Spacious, Modern Loft in Lincoln Heights

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200 N. San Fernando Road

Looking for loft living with modern amenities, architectural elements, and that perfect neighborhood feel? Tucked away on the 2nd floor is this airy Lincoln Heights one bed, one bath condo. Originally built in 1920s Art Deco-style for W.P. Fuller Paint Company, it was later reimagined by architectural firm Brooks + Scarpa as live-work lofts.

With a 9′ ceiling height, large northwest-facing industrial windows bathe the unit in natural light and provide gorgeous mountain vistas. Drum concrete pillars, exposed piping and ducts, and contemporary stainless steel appliances lend contrast to the warmth of hardwood floors, a built-in bookcase, and granite kitchen countertops.

In-unit laundry hookups and 1-car parking included.

For nature lovers and urban explorers, there’s amazing proximity to the Ed P. Reyes Greenway, Lincoln/Cypress Gold Line Station, the Los Angeles State Historic Park, and the Brewery Arts District.

Common area amenities include a gym, a lush courtyard complete with BBQ grills, community room, and bike racks. Monthly HOA dues include gas, water, sewage, trash, 24-hour security guard, biannual window cleaning, and property management fee.

  • $440,000
  • 1,100 sq. ft.
  • 1 + 1
  • $420 per month HOA

More details and photos at 200SanFernando216.com.

Open House

  • Saturday, Feb. 11: 1  pm to 4 pm
  • Sunday, Feb. 12: 1 pm to 4 pm

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