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8787 Shoreham Drive
Los Angeles CA 90069
Ooh La La! Shoreham Towers – luxury refined. Nestled in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains just above the Sunset Strip – this West Hollywood Highrise boasts some fabulous amenities. Built in 1963, Shoreham Towers has a mid century style design. The khaki stone color on the facade breaks up the stark white with natural earth tones and gives Shoreham Towers its unique look. Shoreham Tower has full service staff, to pamper and take care of your every need.
Shoreham Towers is located a few minutes from Sunset Boulevard. Take Horn Avenue up hill, and just after you pass Shoreham Drive, there will be Shoreham Towers Ivy covered Marquis.
Turn into the motor-parkway and a valet is at the ready to park your car.
One of my favorite Bookshop’s in Los Angeles (there aren’t many left!) is really close. It’s called Book Soup, I definitely recommend checking it out. Also a nearby point of interest is St. Victor Catholic Church which is closely linked to the history of the Sunset Strip. The Belgian Victor Ponet settled this area of the Hollywood Hills in 1892 while he was Belgian consul and president of the German American Bank, buying 350 acres! This church is named after his patron saint- Saint Victor and continues to hold services today.
Shoreham Towner owners have the wide mix of shopping available at their fingertips at the very upscale Sunset Plaza— featuring fashion, restaurants, salons, jewelry, furniture, and art.
There are a number of Class A Office buildings that run along this portion of Sunset Boulevard. If you happen to work in one of these buildings, you will have a very short commute! Gil Turner’s is a great wine and spirit shop if you need to pick up a bottle of wine for dinner.
The site of the old Tower Records building, today “Live! on Sunset” at the intersection of Horn and Sunset has remained in limbo for several years. There is always a developer trying to build a modern shopping center in this location, but I haven’t seen much change aside from an occasional planning commission meeting.
Property and Pricing
The price for Square foot for Shoreham Towers is around $600/sqft. Pricing ranges from $500,000 to $600,000 for 800-1.000 sqft units on the mid to higher floors, and if a 1br unit has been totally remodeled and updated it can fetch $700,000 to $800,000. The Large combined units and 2 bedrooms sell for $1,100,000 to $1,300,000. The maids units sell for $150,000 or so.
There are 131 units in Shoreham Towers, there are 131 Units total. There are 10 units on each floor and 13 floors total. Although there is 13 floors, since you are at a higher elevation then other high rises, your views will be comparable to higher floors in other buildings.
The 8 Stack is studio units. The 4 stack are the 2 bedroom units. Stacks 1,2,3,5,6,7,9,10 are 1 bedrooms.
Stacks 1,2,3, and 4 face North and have views of the Hollywood Hills and are cooler. Stacks 5,6,7,8,9, 10 face South and get tons of natural light and have city light views of Los Angeles. Units 1 and 4 get an extra mini balcony.
- Floor to Ceiling Glass Sliding doors in Living Room
- Walk in Closet
- Large Living Room
- Open Style Kitchen
- Double Doors and Formal Entry
- Each unit has a balcony (7’x20′)
- Outdoor Pool and Spa (with BBQ area)
- Valet Parking
- Dog Park
Parking and Laundry
Each unit has 1 parking space. Additional spaces might be available so be sure to inquire if needed. There is a community laundry room on each floor.
Home Owners Association
HOAs are $900 for each unit, HOA dues include all utilities and basic cable.
Pet Policy, Rental Policy, EQ Insurance? CCRs? Building Reserves?