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Even if you already decided to move to your dream home, you cannot escape from such problems. First you have to get your current home in top shape to ensure it sells fast and at the optimal price.
Yes, you would love to live on this Los Angeles beach strip and lead a lifestyle of never-ending vacation. But what about practical places to live? Places where these or other Pacific sands won’t be too far away.
Luxury Apartments In Los Angeles
Hidden in the midst of skyscrapers and urban sprawl, you will find there are numerous cozy, little neighborhoods in L.A. and environs, where you can enjoy in the luxury townhomes, like these in Westchester, provide.
Look for prime locations near popular shopping centers, restaurants, entertainment facilities and more. Pay attention that the apartment complex has many amenities: an outdoor pool, a fitness center, a business center, two saunas, and a spa.
It’s possible to find spacious two-story townhomes and apartment units of one to three bedrooms to choose from. Make sure your selection criteria list includes whether you’ll get free Wi-Fi, glass shower stalls, upscale electric appliances, vertical blinds, mirror-lined closets, and much more.
Finding a home connected with the community, with close proximity to LAX and other major LA transportation routes, and a beach just down the road, the plush, modern accommodations will seem like too much to ask for. Nonetheless, it’s possible!
Moving To Northern California?
But let’s say you’re planning on leaving Southern California for points north around San Francisco or San Jose. You don’t necessarily want to be in the heart of the biggest cities but you want to be close enough to commute to work and go on big-city excursions with ease. Consider these apartments in Belmont, CA. They might just be what you’re looking for: rolling hills, trees, and greenery all around you but luxurious living right in and at your doorstep.
No matter which area you choose, make sure that community amenities include a pool, fitness studio, barbecue patio, on-site maintenance, and an elevator (to give your tired feet a rest after coming home to collapse after a hard day’s work).
Search for in-unit features such as plank floors, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, marble bathroom finishes, and your personal washer/dryer. Also ask about a private balcony where you can enjoy the view, sun, and breeze and just relax.
Choose among studio and one to three bedroom units. By choosing the right location, you could be close to the Big Basin Redwood State Park, Planet Granite (gym), Ralston Hall Mansion (for tours), great restaurants, Macy’s and several major shopping centers.
Some Advice Before You Move
Take some time to peruse all apartment options in the area you soon plan to live and work in. Then, scan the landscape looking for schools, churches, entertainment, diners, shopping centers, and everything else you want to be near your new home.
Imagine yourself already living there. And think your way through what a typical day, or even typical week, would be like in that new environment.
Finally, visit your top picks in-person and spend a day and night in the area. Test the waters well before jumping in. But when you see luxury and convenience staring you in the face don’t be too shy to “make the leap” into a new, better lifestyle.