1400 N Fuller Ave,
Los Angeles CA 90046
Row 3 is a brand new contemporary designed 19 unit detached townhome style condo project adjacent to West Hollywood in the best area of Hollywood. The townhomes are technically single-family homes because they take advantage of Los Angeles’ small lot ordinance.
Located on the 1400 North block of Fuller in-between Fountain and Sunset, Row 3 is just a block outside West Hollywood City limits. The neighborhood is high density with a mix of apartment buildings, condos, and a sprinkling of a few single family homes. Row 3 is the first small lot development in the neighborhood.
This area of Hollywood is known far and wide because it has Guitar Center’s very first and flagship store (complete with an onsite Rock and Roll museum!). Guitar Center on Sunset is a great LA landmark for giving directions and is why Ralphs on Sunset has been nicknamed ‘Rock n Roll’ Ralphs- you see a lot of rockers around the neighborhood who are shopping for guitar amps, drums, keyboards, and other musical instruments.
There are some very good local dining options in walking distance to row 3. Aroma Café has fresh pastries and a very big variety and seems like they are always packed even on weekends. Their prices are reasonable. The Brazilian LA based Bossa Nova restaurant is another local favorite for date night (I love fried Plantains and their yucca root powder is very flavorful). Vintage Enoteca is a great local spot that is run by the owner, they have an excellent wine menu, and coffee and low key atmosphere. Then you have El Compadre– this dimly lit Mexican restaurant has a really great bar for meeting people in a group and their mole is very good.
There are two really great parks closeby- Plummer Park with its great tennis courts is within walking distance and Runyon Canyon which everyone loves to walk their dog or do a hike. Great views when you get to the top!
The West Hollywood Target/Best Buy is right down the street on Fountain and Sunset for all your everyday shopping needs.
Row 3 is 19 townhomes, that are arranged in three rows (which is how it gets its name). The Center row has the largest units around 2,200 sqft. The outer two row units average around 1,750 sqft. All units are two or three bedrooms and are 4 stories. The first Story has two car garage, and if the unit is a 3br a bedroom unit, the 3rd bedroom is on ground level. The 2nd level has kitchen, living room, and guest bathroom. The Third level has two bedrooms, two baths, and laundry, and the fourth level is the top rooftop deck. There are no common walls, and there is 2 inches of airspace between each home.
Thanks to the small lot ordinance, owners of a Row 3 townhouse own the land that is under the building footprint, unlike typical condos where you own the airspace within the walls of the unit and all the land is considered common area. The developer of Row 3 considered putting elevators into the units, but ultimately decided against it because they wanted to keep prices in the 900’s.
Intracorp Companies is the builder of Row 3- they have done projects in cities all over the US including Seattle, Hawaii, San Diego, San Francisco, and LA.
Single Family Townhouses Amenities:
-Legally Single Family Homes
-2 inches of airspace in-between townhouses
-Master Bedroom with en suite Master Bath and Walk In Closet
– Awesome Private Rooftop Deck!
-Modern Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances worthy of name-dropping: Bertazzoni, Leibherr, Bosch and Pull Out Pantry.
-Laundry on bedroom floor
-No HOA dues (only a maintance fee of $100/mo or so)
-2 Covered Parking Spaces
Parking & Laundry
Two car covered parking in Private Garage. Stacked washer dryer in unit, with gas hookup on bedrooms level on third floor. There are 5 uncovered guest parking spaces at the rear of the property that are available for any resident to use on a first come first served basis.
Prices Range between $950,000 and $1,100,000 and they sell very fast.
Home Owners Association
There is no Home Owners Assocation. As an owner you are responsible for any maintenance on your townhouse, as well as paying all of your own utilities- it’s a house. There is a non profit corporation set up to maintain the driveway and other shared elements of the development however this entity does not own any real property. The driveway is an easement on each owners lot.
There are CC&Rs and a board. The board has a design review committee that regulates the exterior of each unit. Rental policy is very liberal in the CCR’s- all leases must be in writing and be at least 30 days in length. No window tinting. There is a small $100/mo. maintenance fee, which pays for maintaining the common area driveways and community insurance, etc. The CCR’s restrict townhouses to residential use, so these are not live/work.