Light-filled Koreatown condo with two bedrooms asks $699K

By Elijah Chiland

This airy two-bedroom condo is situated in Koreatown’s elegant Miramonte Terrace.

Now seems to be the time to buy in the building—we spotted another unit in this week’s Curbed Comparisons.

Built in 1922, the Italianate complex is positioned around a central courtyard with vintage light posts and neatly trimmed hedges that frame a stone fountain. This particular unit is outfitted with hardwood floors, French doors, coved ceilings, and access to a private balcony.

The condo has 1,491 square feet of living space, with two bathrooms, a formal dining room, a well-equipped kitchen and pantry, and a walk-in closet in the master bedroom. Building amenities include a barbecue area and a common room with a vintage pool table. The unit also comes with a one-car garage and a second outdoor spot.

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