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10120 Empyrean Way #102
Los Angeles, CA 90067


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Property Remarks

Spacious one level, two bed + office, three bath floorplan at guard gated Le Parc in Century City. The living room, dining room and eat-in kitchen flow onto patios in a garden setting. Spa style Master Bath has double sinks and dual master closets. The second bedroom with en suite bath could be used as a second Master. The Le Parc community offers exceptionally maintained grounds, a recreation room, tennis, swimming and gym. Two side by side parking spaces, guest parking and a garage storage area are included. Close to the newly expanded, upscale Westfield Century City which includes state of the art movie theaters, restaurants and high-end retail.

Property Details

MLS#
17241360
Days on Market
67
Year Built
1979
Square Feet
2,306
Lot Size
10.66 Acres
Property Subtype
Condominium
Source of SqFt
Vendor Enhanced
Source of Lot Size
Vendor Enhanced

Location

State
CA
Area
Westwood - Century City (C05)
County
Los Angeles

Exterior

Lot Acreage
10.66
Waterfront
No

Pool
Association Pool
View
Other View
Security
24 Hour

Interior

Bathroom Count
3 Full Baths
Additional Rooms
Den/Ofc
Cooking Appliances
Built-Ins
Equip/Appliances
Dishwasher
Dryer
Refrigerator
Washer
Laundry
Laundry Area In Unit

Additional Property Details

Number of Units
176
Guest House
No
Available for Lease
No
Horse Property
No
Maids
No

Style
French
AC/Cooling
Central A/C
Heating
Central Furnace
Parking
Assigned
Hoa Amenities
Card Room
Storage Area
Fitness Center
Tennis Courts
Hoa Pet Rules
Petspermitted
Complex/Association
Name
Le Parc

Westwood/Century City

Most famed for being the home of UCLA, Westwood has all the appeal of a college town but done on a larger level. Westwood is a magnet for academics and professionals and offers a wide variety of academic and cultural opportunities. Century City was developed on property used by 20th Century Fox for making motion pictures and has been transformed into a neighborhood known for its dramatic towers and bustling shopping mall.

Real Estate:  This area has plenty of single-family homes for sale in the neighborhoods surrounding UCLA as well as high-rise condo towers flanking Wilshire Boulevard. UCLA was founded in 1926 and many of the homes in the area surrounding the campus are rich in historic charm.

Community Life:  Westwood Village attracts both college students and local residents with a bustling central area. As befits a college town the food options are plentiful and range from inexpensive options to some of the best restaurants in town. The Westwood Village Farmers’ Market is held on Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Education: Westwood is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District. Local schools include Fairburn Avenue Elementary School and Warner Avenue Elementary School as well as the Ralph Waldo Emerson Middle School. Private schools include Sinai Akiba and Saint Paul the Apostle. The UCLA Lab School is both a school for children and a laboratory for both teachers and researchers in childhood education.

Transportation:  Westwood is accessed by the 405 Freeway and State Route 2.  There are ample bike lanes throughout the Westwood Village area. The area is served by several bus lines including Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus and a Commuter Express Line. Metro’s Valley-Westside Express operates during commuting hours on weekdays.

Local Attractions: Regency’s Village Theatre, formerly known as the Fox Theater, is an attention-getting landmark with its 170-foot tower and Art Deco Fox sign. It is across the street from the Bruin Theatre which was opened in 1936. Westwood Village Memorial Park is the final resting place for many celebrities including Marilyn Monroe, Truman Capote, and Farrah Fawcett. The Hammer Museum attracts top-level exhibits and special programs and is free on Thursdays. The Los Angeles California Temple is the second largest temple operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and includes a visitors’ center and family history center. The Geffen Theater has two separate venues, the Gil Cates Theater, which is housed in the site of the former Masonic Affiliates Club, and the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theatre. 

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