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8687 Falmouth Avenue #113
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293


  • $759,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,338 SqFt
  • 3.73 Acres
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Property Remarks

Tastefully remodeled corner townhouse at Seagate Village. This rare, front-facing, end unit is flooded with natural light and has been updated in a contemporary fashion. Once through the front door, the first level features an open floor plan that blends the kitchen, living, and dining rooms into one free flowing space. The space is highlighted by new floors, an exceptional kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a cozy fireplace, and a large balcony off the living room. The huge master suite has vaulted ceilings, dual closets, a spacious ensuite bathroom, and a private balcony. Rounding out the unit is a second bedroom with ensuite bath, an in-unit washer and dryer, and a powder room, all of which make this the ideal Silicon Beach home. In addition, the Seagate Village complex features amenities such as pools, spas, and tennis courts. This unit is a great value for the lifestyle it provides!

Property Details

MLS#
18337208
Days on Market
13
Year Built
1983
Stories
2
Square Feet
1,338
Lot Size
3.73 Acres
Property Subtype
Condominium
Source of SqFt
Vendor Enhanced
Source of Lot Size
Vendor Enhanced

Location

State
CA
Area
Playa Del Rey (C31)
County
Los Angeles

Presented By:

Alex Quaid
Ocean Park CalBRE# 01838631 310.717.1054 mobile Contact Me Visit My Website

Exterior

Lot Acreage
3.73
Waterfront
No

Pool
Community Pool
Association Pool
Patio Features
Covered Porch
View
Park Or Green Belt View
Security
Gated Community

Interior

Bathroom Features
Powder Room
Bathroom Count
2 Full Baths
1 Half Bath
Additional Rooms
Master Bedroom
Living Room
Cooking Appliances
Range Hood
Microwave
Range
Equip/Appliances
Dishwasher
Dryer
Freezer
Garbage Disposal
Gas Dryer Hookup
Refrigerator
Washer
Flooring
Carpet
Laminated
Laundry
Laundry Area In Unit

Additional Property Details

Number of Units
262
Guest House
No
Available for Lease
No
Parking Spaces
2
Horse Property
No
Maids
No

Style
Contemporary
Spa
Association Spa
AC/Cooling
Air Conditioning
Central A/C
Heating
Central Furnace
Parking
Community Garage
Tandem
Hoa Amenities
Controlled Access
Gated Community
Guest Parking
Tennis Courts
Hoa Pet Rules
Petspermitted
Complex/Association
Name
Seagate Village

Playa Del Rey

Enjoying a generous expanse of prime Southern California coastline, Playa del Rey sometimes gets confused for its neighbors Marina Del Rey and Del Rey but this intimate beachside enclave on the Westside of Los Angeles should be known and adored in its own right for its long sandy beach and the protected Ballona Wetlands, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.

Real Estate: Palisades del Rey was the name of the original 1921 neighborhood land development by Dickinson & Gillespie Co. that later came to be called Playa del Rey.  The discovery of oil in the area and the creation of nearby aviation facilities led to a bit of an industrial boom.  This neighborhood includes post-war tract homes and small apartment buildings, some of which have now been converted to condominiums. Many of the homes on the hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean have been expanded in recent years to suit the tastes of modern owners. 

Community Life: The beach beckons here as does Playa del Rey Lagoon park which includes a baseball diamond and small lake. A bridge between Playa del Rey and the jetty between Ballona Creek and the Marina is accessible for pedestrians and bicycles.

Biography:  Enjoying a generous expanse of prime Southern California coastline, Playa del Rey sometimes gets confused for its neighbors Marina Del Rey and Del Rey but this intimate beachside enclave on the Westside of Los Angeles should be known and adored in its own right for its long sandy beach and the protected Ballona Wetlands, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.

Real Estate: Palisades del Rey was the name of the original 1921 neighborhood land development by Dickinson & Gillespie Co. that later came to be called Playa del Rey.  The discovery of oil in the area and the creation of nearby aviation facilities led to a bit of an industrial boom.  This neighborhood includes post-war tract homes and small apartment buildings, some of which have now been converted to condominiums. Many of the homes on the hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean have been expanded in recent years to suit the tastes of modern owners. 

Community Life: The beach beckons here as does Playa del Rey Lagoon park which includes a baseball diamond and small lake. A bridge between Playa del Rey and and the jetty between Ballona Creek and the Marina is accessible for pedestrians and bicycles.

Education: Playa del Rey is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Wiseburn School District also accepts students from the area. Schools in the area include Paseo del Rey Natural Science Magnet, Westchester Hugh School, Orville Wright Middle School, Loyola Village Elementary School and Kentwood Elementary School. Private schools include St. Bernard High School and Del Rey Christian Children’s Center.  

Transportation: Playa del Rey is easily reached by the Pacific Coast Highway (1). The area is served by a Route 3 of the Big Blue Bus as well as several other bus lines.

Local Attractions:  Dockweiler Beach is a popular draw, attracting people from many surrounding areas. Fire pits make summer bonfires a beloved activity.

Education: Playa del Rey is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Wiseburn School District also accepts students from the area. Schools in the area include Paseo del Rey Natural Science Magnet, Westchester Hugh School, Orville Wright Middle School, Loyola Village Elementary School and Kentwood Elementary School. Private schools include St. Bernard High School and Del Rey Christian Children’s Center.  

Transportation: Playa del Rey is easily reached by the Pacific Coast Highway (1). The area is served by a Route 3 of the Big Blue Bus as well as several other bus lines.

Local Attractions:  Dockweiler Beach is a popular draw, attracting people from many surrounding areas. Firepits make summer bonfires a beloved activity.

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