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Multi-family Homes for Sale in Los Angeles | Looking to move to a neighborhood that’s a bit above your budget? Need to live in a particular school district or interested in setting up a multigenerational household – a multi-family housing option may work for you. Purchasing a property such as a duplex, triplex or fourplex is a creative way to generate income from one or more units while living in one of the others. When a property owner lives in one of their multi-family units, it’s considered an owner-occupied property. This house hack provides some of the financial benefits of owning a home, such as primary residence financing, combined with tenant-generated income. The money earned from having a tenant in residence could help offset the mortgage for your own housing cost.

There are many great neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles where multi-family properties are available. Hancock Park, West Hollywood, Beverly Grove, Los Feliz, Silverlake and more each have character-filled duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes for sale. If a multi-family property sounds like a great way for you to move forward in your home search, contact Beyond Shelter for additional multi-family homes for sale in Los Angeles.



Franklin Hills Mid-Century Modern Home

Dramatic single-level Franklin Hills mid-century modern home remodeled with the highest attention to quality and detail. Set at the end of a quiet street in a coveted area of Los Feliz, this home features a pool and patio and is ideal for anyone looking for a peaceful oasis in the city.

This house is clad in Shou Sugi Ban wood, a type of Japanese charred cypress. The wood gives the home a unique and modern look, while also providing excellent protection from the elements. The home’s new custom wood windows take in panoramic views from downtown to Century City and beyond.

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Renovated Echo Park Architectural Triplex

Impeccably maintained Echo Park Architectural triplex with a masterfully planned stand-alone third unit in Echo Park’s breathtaking hills. This beautiful home is completely vacant and not subject to rent control, making it the ideal investment property!

Echo Park Architectural Triplex - living room

You’ll fall in love with this updated architectural property. The front building is comprised of two up/down units with open floor plans, updated kitchens and baths, and high-end appliances. You’ll appreciate the polished concrete floors and walls of glass, and the accordion doors that fold away to open an entire corner of the living space. Stroll out to the meticulous patio and take a dip in the built-in spa.

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Wooded Topanga Canyon Bungalows

These 2 Topanga Canyon Bungalows offer the perfect opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Home is where the heart is, and that is certainly true of these two beautiful homes. Originally built in 1940, the bungalow homes have been lovingly updated and are in excellent condition. Pool your resources, team up with a friend or family member and purchase two homes together. You can also live in one home while renting out the other. This can be an excellent way to cover the mortgage and build equity while still having a place to call your own. This is a great opportunity to make your dream of homeownership a reality.

On sunny days, the living room is flooded with light. The sliding glass doors let the light stream in, making the space feel bright and airy. The room flows seamlessly onto the back patio, where there is a lush expansive garden. The garden is filled with flowers and trees and offering a sense of peace and tranquility. It feels like a secret oasis, a place where you can relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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Charming Melrose Avenue Duplex with Lush Garden

Charming Melrose Avenue Duplex with lush garden

Charming Melrose Avenue duplex (1930’s) moments from the Avenue’s hip shops and restaurants. A fantastic option for first-time home buyers, with two homes on a lot. Live in one, while getting income from the other. The larger home has access to a lush dedicated outdoor space, perfect for relaxing and alfresco dining.

The light-filled living room opens onto a separate dining room and highlights a classic staircase with a wrought-iron railing. The interior spaces have been updated while maintaining much of the original character and many of its charming details.

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Ray Kappe Apartment Complex – Architectural
Baldwin Hills Mid Century Modern Building

Ray Kappe Apartment Complex interior

Multi-unit apartment complex, Ray Kappe FAIA – 1958. The work of Kappe is considered by some to be an extension of the earlier SoCal modern architects like Wright, Neutra and Schindler.

Ray Kappe Apartment Complex interior illustration

This modernist complex was built not long after Kappe gained hands-on experience as a draftsman for Eichler Homes and eventually worked under renowned architect Carl Maston.

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