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Think New York City townhomes and brownstones in the middle of cool, hip Toluca Lake.

That’s what it’s like to live in Toluca Village, a neighborhood of seven new single-family homes newsted near the foot of the Hollywood Hills with easy access to North Hollywood, West Hollywood, Laurel Canyon, Studio City, the Metro Universal Mainline, and downtown Los Angeles.

“Toluca Village offers the advantages of single-family home at an affordable price,” said Jim Pearson, who with colleague Steve Shanks is representing the gated development through Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.

“Toluca Village homes are designed to fit the lifestyles of busy urban professionals in the setting of a small-lot subdivision, priced from $969,000 to $1,250,000–within reach for up-and-coming professionals as well as move-up buyers. The community is the result of a 2005 City of Los Angeles ordinance enacted to creatively allow and encourage new development closer to transportation hubs and city centers.”

“Toluca Village was designed and conceived by the well-known architectural firm Ken Stockton and Associates,” Steve said. “Ken and his team were able to create a courtyard, village environment while giving owners attached two-car garages with direct access to their home. Owners will enjoy the best of both worlds: a residential address and a cosmopolitan vibe.”

Built with the utmost attention to detail and quality, the homes at 4635 Cahuenga Boulevard from 2,100 to 2,843 square feet, offering three and four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, bonus room, and open floorplans. Kolbe dual-pane low-e windows allow light to flood each home. Other features include 9-foot ceilings in the living room, dining room and kitchen; European-style cabinetry; wide-plank engineered oak hardwood flooring; quartz countertops; Maytag washer and dryer; Kohler sinks, toilets and bathtubs; Bosch appliances; tankless water heater; Nest thermostat; structured cabling; and Ring video doorbell.

Toluca Village is an easy walk through beautifully landscaped and tree-lined neighborhoods to Lakeside Country Club, plus local restaurants and shops along Riverside Drive.

Often referred to as a “hidden gem,” upscale Toluca Lake is close to media and entertainment industry giants including Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. Studios, Universal Studios, and CBS Studio Center. Celebrity residents have included Bob Hope, Jonathan Winters, Bing Crosby, and Frank Sinatra.

Open houses will be held at Toluca Village on Saturday and Sunday June 9-10, from 2 to 5 pm. Furnished models are open every Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 5 pm. For more information or a private showing, contact Jim Pearson at (818) 599-0178, Steve Shanks at (818) 326-2415, or Kathy King at (818) 625-3524.

For more info, please visit tolucavillage.com.

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