FHA/VA, low and zero down buyers welcomed! 3 units on lot in the historic Adams/Normandie neighborhood. Great opportunity to live in 1 while renting the others to help with your mortgage. Be the landlord instead o making your landlord rich. To be COVID safety compliant we took short (2 min) videos of each unit: Unit #1 is downstairs: 3+1 w/large eat-in-kitchen, bay window w/seat in living room, utility room. Outside access to basement which may be good for wine cellar. /// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idRYwDKYXEc&t=19s /// Unit #2 is upstairs: 2+1 original cabinetry in both large dining room and large kitchen, piazza (aka large balcony) sitting area off living room w/views of DTLA /// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woV8oszf-N0&t=24s /// Unit #3 is in back of lot: 1+1, French glass doors, wood laminate flooring /// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXQ-zQTqgtE ///// Private, fenced front and back yards with lime and guava trees and the upstairs porch are a nice place to sit and watch the birds & butterflies and enjoy the sunshine or the quiet evenings under the stars after a hard day at work. 2 bonus buildings for storage or workshop or? Driveway is long and wide, has held 8 cars easily. Units 2 & 3 freshly painted inside. Delivered without tenants. Each unit has it's own gas and electric meters. You'll be close, but not too close, to shopping, parks, and schools. For those who commute to USC or DTLA super easy commute. Special Gov't Loan Programs could get you in this property for very little down, and the Mills Act Program helps with property tax savings. Overall, the architecture of the Adams-Normandie HPOZ represents the transition from Victorian era styles of the late 1800s to the Arts and Crafts aesthetic of the early 1900s and several large groupings of Shingle and Craftsman style residences.