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|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF|
|2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Br||2½ Baths 2½ Baths 2½ Ba||1||1,817 SF|
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About 1424 N Crescent Heights Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90046
Glamorous and bright two-bedroom plus den, three-bathroom residence in fabled 1930 landmark building, The Granville Towers. Coveted southwestern exposure affords all-day sun and spectacular sunsets over twinkling jetliner views of the city. Entry hall and foyer flow into enormous living room and formal dining room with marble floor and grass cloth wallpaper. High ceilings and generous windows throughout. Original Art Deco light fixture, and modern deco master bathroom with 1st Dibs mirror. Hardwood floors, wonderfully appointed kitchen, designer drapes and custom bookshelves with built-in lighting. The building’s common areas feature a large formal French garden with fountain and lounge chairs, and soon a renovated indoor pool and spa. Uniquely close to the Chateau Marmont, Sunset Tower, Bristol Farms, Trader Joe’s, Crunch gym, and movie theatre. 24-hour doorman. A rare opportunity in the heart of West Hollywood.
Amenities & Expenses
- Smoke Free
- Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
- 12 Months
- •Smoke Free
- •Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
City - West Hollywood
It's the Sunset Strip, Santa Monica Boulevard, the Roxy Theater, and the Comedy Club. Everything you love about living in LA is in West Hollywood. It's the most pedestrian-friendly city in California, and the nightlife is unrivaled -- even for LA. West Hollywood's neighborhoods are equally famous -- West Hollywood West and the Norma Triangle are located here.
The Pacific Design Center is a West Hollywood landmark -- a giant 1.6-million square foot design community with 100 showrooms displaying everything from furniture to contemporary art. The PDC also contains the SiverScreen Theater and the Red Seven by Wolfgang Puck restaurant. It is located on Melrose Avenue, which is lined with boutiques, restaurants, and antique stores. West Hollywood is home to several legendary music venues, including Whisky a Go Go, the Roxy Theatre, and the House of Blues.