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Cozy condo in Glendale courtyard complex asks $349K

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The 1940s unit has wood floors and a private balcony

Two-story structures arranged in a U shape around a grassy lawn lined by tall trees
The neatly landscaped complex was built in 1945.
Photos courtesy Peter Terzian/Keller Williams

Situated just a few blocks from the heart of downtown Glendale, this homey condo is part of an inviting courtyard complex built in the 1940s.

The Colonial-style apartment structures are positioned around a grassy central courtyard lined with gardens and tall, shady trees.

This particular second-floor unit has one bedroom and one bathroom, spread across 648 square feet of floor space. The hardwood floors in the living room and dining area are original, and the kitchen and bathroom are both equipped with vintage tile.

The bedroom includes a walk-in closet, and a back door in the unit leads out to a private balcony and staircase. The unit comes with access to a reserved one-car garage. A community laundry room is on site.

Located at 537 East Maple Street, the condo is asking $349,000, with HOA dues of $275 per month.

A chair, a tall cabinet, a sofa, and a desk arranged around the white walls of a compact living space
The living room has original hardwood floors and a wide panel of windows.
A patio bordered by white wooden beams, accessed by a staircase leading to the lower level
The second-level unit opens to a private balcony.
A white sink and toilet arranged in front of a shower/tub combo with salmon-colored tile on the walls
The bathroom has been updated but is still equipped with vintage shower tile.
A white refrigerator sits alongside a kitchen counter and a small gas stove; through a doorway is a circular dining table
A dining area sits off to the side of the compact galley-style kitchen.