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Rent The1930s Spanish Revival Recently Viewed By Home & Garden Magazine

November 16, 2013
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This recently restored, exquisite one-bedroom 1930s Spanish Revival is located near The Grove and Beverly Center, and was recently viewed by Home & Garden Magazine. View more pictures here on our available apartments page.

This restoration is very unique in many ways. It has a beautiful leaded glass bay window in the living room as well as beautiful, original, redone antique lighting throughout, including six sconces and a chandelier in the living room. All the windows are the original French pane, floor to ceiling. The breakfast/eating area has French doors at the entrance and a three-dimensional ceiling with built-in hutches for dishes. Floor to ceiling cabinets are in the kitchen, as well as art deco tile from floor to ceiling. Included in the apartment is a magnificent antique Wedgwood stove with a pancake-maker, quartz clock, and salt and pepper shakers built in. The kitchen appliances have been fully upgraded with a stainless steel fridge and dishwasher. Furthermore, the kitchen features a period-correct black and white floor with a nice-sized eating area. There are oak floors throughout the apartment and a cedar-lined closet that is large enough to fit a Mini Cooper. Further details include an antique intercom system and period-correct sconces, as well as a very large bedroom with a domed ceiling. The bathroom is ornately tiled with floor-to-ceiling original tile and an etched-glass mermaid door.

Why  is this apartment so detailed and so beautiful? Art Deco Apartments bought it from a 104-year-old woman whose father was the original builder in 1930 and spared no detail or expense. Art Deco Apartments takes great pride in preserving and restoring these historical works of art that feature the charm of the Golden Age of Hollywood. I would like to thank Mrs. Kahn for taking such great care of this iconic building. While she was still living in the building, the tenants would walk with her to the grocery store and help her with her groceries, and we at Art Deco Apartments want to continue the legacy of Mrs. Kahn by taking the same great care of the building and ensuring that we have terrific tenants.

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