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The Washington Irving branch of the L.A. Public Library.

 

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There is an impressive concentration of intact Craftsmans, American Foursquares and Spanish Colonial Revivals.

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With many of the homes in the neighborhood currently functioning as rental properties, would-be home buyers face high prices and fewer choices.

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The church is on Bronson Avenue.

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Design Cafe Dabang is at street level.

 

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The street runs through the middle of the community.

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The community has around 24,000 people within a square mile.

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The community has around 24,000 people within a square mile.

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The thrift shop is on Venice Boulevard.

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The church is on Pico Boulevard.

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