1931 Spanish Revival "double decker" duplex in Carthay Square HPOZ (Burr J. Sherick, Builder). A walled entry courtyard welcomes you to this VACANT, well-appointed property. Both residences feature three bedrooms, 2 baths, formal living and dining rooms, fireplaces, breakfast nooks, stainless steel appliances, in-unit laundry, and their respective two-car garage. The lower level residence opens to an expansive living room, replete with fireplace and oversized window with views to the neighborhood that will immediately make your heart race. Access the formal dining room via an arched entry, where you'll create dinner party memories for years to come. Create a workspace in the light-filled breakfast area, or relax in the private rear patio, accessed via the primary bedroom. The second story home has a similar footprint, yet maintains early 20th century Mission-style arches, cool plastered walls, coffered and coved ceilings. Features include: new flooring, recessed lights, crown moulding, built-ins, updated bathrooms, cabinets, central HVAC, stacked laundry w|pantry. Primary bedroom features walk-in closet, shower|tub combo, French doors, private deck. Access to the light and bright upper residence is via a prominent exterior stair leading to the unit's balcony entrance. The 2nd story home has a similar footprint, yet maintains early 20th century Mission-style arches, cool plastered walls, coffered and coved ceilings. Enjoy east-facing, tree top views, as well as rear staircase access. The detached garage is perfect for storage, private vehicles, and primed for an ADU. Visitors will appreciate the area's distinctive look and feel of 1920s-30s suburban Los Angeles due to the sense of cohesion, visual harmony, and consistency of aesthetic character that the Carthay Square HPOZ embodies. Carthay's streets are consistent in character, are relatively wide in comparison with other nearby neighborhoods. This fantastic and historical asset is ready for an owner-occupant, visionary landlord, or savvy investor. Located two blocks west of Fairfax Avenue, a center of Ethiopian culture and food. Museum Row (with the Petersen Automotive Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Museum, and the La Brea Tar Pits) is a few blocks northeast on Wilshire Boulevard. Ten minutes from the heart of West Hollywood, five minutes from Beverly Hills, fifteen minutes from Downtown Culver City, and twenty minutes to the beach- this property couldn't be in a more perfect location. Minutes from The Grove and Beverly Center, and a short distance to Bloom Cafe, Paper or Plastic, Versailles, Trader Joes, and more.