SOLDJAN 11, 2021
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Hayworth Tower is a historic Art Deco building by Leland Bryant, the architect behind LA landmarks like Sunset Tower. Located on a tranquil tree-lined streets and built in 1931, the building has been restored yet features many romantic original details often lost to time. This beautiful 2nd floor unit is light and airy with peaceful garden views, tall 9 ft ceilings, and hardwood floors. Over 1,075 sq. ft. 2 beds + 1 bath and great closet space. Master has incredible light and large walk-in closet. The spacious living room has bay windows facing West creating magical evenings. A formal dining room, charming & ample kitchen, 2nd bedroom, and vintage bath complete the unit. Outdoor spaces include a huge & lush community terrace/sundeck that many residents take tremendous pride in and a lengthy dog run. All utilities are PAID except for internet/cable. Parking included. The 7-story high rise contains just 28 units. A short distance to amazing restaurants on Fairfax and the Sunset Strip.
Home Details for 1314 N Hayworth Ave #202
Heating & Cooling
Heating: RadiantCooling System: None
Types of Rooms: Walk In Closet, Dining Room
Appliances & Utilities
Levels, Entrance, & Accessibility
ElevatorFloors: Tile, Hardwood
Year Built: 1931
Property Type / Style
Property Type: Apartment
Exterior Home Features
Parking & Garage
Parking Spaces: 1Parking: None
Price & Status
Price Per Sqft: $40/sqft
Price History for 1314 N Hayworth Ave #202
Typical home value
This home: $42,600 3,646% below*
Typical Home Value by sqft
This home: $40 6,758% below*
Price trends provided by third party data sources.
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Home facts updated by county records
These are the assigned schools for 1314 N Hayworth Ave #202.
GreatSchools ratings are based on test scores and additional metrics when available.
- Fairfax Senior High School
7/10GreatSchools RatingParent Rating AverageDisappointed is not saying enough. There is no clear contact method or interaction beteen the teachers, counselors, and principal. There are more new staff members that don't seem to know how things work at this school than I care for, especially the principal and counselor. The teachers want your children to turn in the work but there is no clear way for parents to assist to make sure this is getting done. These are still children. As I was told by the prinicipal, teachers are not encouraged or required to post HW, CW, projects, etc. on-line. How do they expect parent participation. All parents can't take off work to be at the school. Teachers should learn to utilize the tools given to them to advocate parent participation (i.e. computers and e-mails). Come on now, if teachers and other public school staff do not want to foster a circle of success for students, please find another career.Parent Review8y ago
- 1827 Students
- Gardner Street Elementary School
7/10GreatSchools RatingParent Rating AverageMy husband and I assumed that we will have to go Private for our son's Elementary education, because of the urban myth of "there are no good public schools in Hollywood". As we were touring all the private schools in the area, we decided to stop by the Open House at our zoned public school, Gardner - just to see for ourselves how much worse it would be. We were shocked to find that we loved everything about Gardner! The way it looks and feels (happy! Filled with art, music and laughter), and mostly its progressive mindset. We were so shaken up that we went back two more times to confirm that our initial impression was not skewed in some way... Our son is now a thriving 2nd grader at Gardner, and we truly do love this school.Gardner Street Elementary is a neighborhood gem with an engaged principal, excellent teachers and helpful staff, and a small but very active parent body that makes things happen. Many students live outside the school zone but they and their parents like Gardner so much that they've chosen to permit in.What makes Gardner so special are its diverse staff and students, family-like atmosphere, and the many "extras". Thanks to annual fundraisers coupled with lots of fun events for kids and families throughout the school year, "non-essential" classes that are not paid for by LAUSD and not offered in many public schools - such as Visual Art, Music, PE, Yoga, Organic Edible Garden, and (new!) Science Lab - are part of the everyday curriculum and available to every child at Gardner. There are many really great afterschool programs to choose from, and occasional workshops for parents/caregivers. Campus beautification is ongoing.Besides all the fun, there is serious learning going on as well. Learning to truly *understand* and not just memorize to ace tests. So much learning goes on at school that - as supported by countless studies and best-performing schools in Finland - there are no homework requirements for the younger kids.Most importantly, my child has developed love for reading and learning, he is excited about going to school every day, and he feels safe there.Parent Review1y ago
- 408 Students
- Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle School
2/10GreatSchools RatingParent Rating AverageThis school has really helped my daughter with her skills and the STEAM program, has allowed challenging curriculum. They do a great job integrating art and design. Her writing skills improved too!Parent Review1y ago
- 760 Students
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What Locals Say about Center City
At least 10 Trulia users voted on each feature.
- 100%It's dog friendly
- 100%There are sidewalks
- 100%It's walkable to restaurants
- 93%People would walk alone at night
- 88%It's walkable to grocery stores
- 76%There's holiday spirit
- 69%Streets are well-lit
- 66%They plan to stay for at least 5 years
- 53%Car is needed
- 46%It's quiet
- 44%Neighbors are friendly
- 44%Parking is easy
- 33%Yards are well-kept
- 25%There are community events
- 21%There's wildlife
- 15%Kids play outside
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- Trulia User
- 1y ago
"Easily walkable to many amenities. Restaurants, groceries, movies, bars, small parks. Low crime and pretty quiet for being in the center of things."
- Trulia User
- 2y ago
"Living on Crescent Heights Blvd is convenient and provides a home directly on the heartbeat sunset blvd. But Cres Heights is similar to an over crowded Expressway with people driving as if it was a lawless racing strip. Opt away from the main streets and youll be much happier, safer and sidewalks will continue to be lovely respites from the LA car crazed culture. "
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- Prev. Resident
- 2y ago
"Diverse, friendly community of young and old, singles, couples and families. WALKABLE to grocery stores, services and restaurants in a vibrant, progressive city within a city. Scooter birds make transportation easy, and there are buses if you'd rather not drive. Central to everything in L.A. and close to Laurel Canyon connecting to the Valley."
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1314 N Hayworth Ave #202, Los Angeles, CA 90046 is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1,075 sqft apartment built in 1931. 1314 N Hayworth Ave #202 is located in Center City, Los Angeles. This property is not currently available for sale. 1314 N Hayworth Ave #202 was last sold on Jan 11, 2021 for $42,600.