New Home Listing: 219 S Thurston Ave, Los Angeles, CA

Moving to LoS Angeles

Modern Home living in Los Angeles 

Are you considering moving to Los Angeles? Here is a 1 story Home “butterflys” into private and public wings and delights with its many fantastic features in and outside. Hardwood throughout, Dutch doors, cedar lined storage, tuck away bar, glass porch, Euro stone counters, Hunter Douglas shades, deep, accessorized slow close cabinetry. Too many more to list here; see attached supplements or ask listing agent. The canyon, Getty, and treetop neighboring views alone are worth the price. Between the walls, the windows, the setback, and the height, the 405 goes unheard. Home now amazingly priced under $2 million, 1 of only a handful in Brentwood at this price.

Moving to Los Angeles – How’s the Weather?

Los Angeles has seasons, but not like other parts of the country. The myth is that the seasons are Flood, Fire, Earthquake, and Mudslides.

  • Fires occur every summer around the Southland.  Be aware of this if you are moving to an area with a lot of brush. For the most part, fires happen in the neighboring communities of Burbank, Thousand Oaks, San Bernadino and Malibu—not in the city limits.
  • Floods happen every winter and spring, but are usually pretty tame compared to floods that happen in the Southeast.  The locals see them more as an inconvenience than a life-threating disaster. You won’t need to keep a canoe handy or anything.
  • Mudslides happen when an area that burned (see Fires) gets drenched (see Floods). So they are somewhat predictable, if you live in area that got burned. It’s not the like Hollywood Hills are going to collapse and shoot mud down Fairfax.
  • Earthquakes do not have a season. They can happen at any time. In fact, most days there a dozens of earthquakes you won’t even feel. “Major” earthquakes are unsettling, but you will get through them.

It’s a good idea to be prepared with two emergency kits, just in case you need to bolt. You’ll need one in your apartment and one in your car. If you get stuck in your car (which, to be completely honest, can happen often), you’ll be glad to have some water bottles and some snacks.  Here are some additional safety tips. No, they aren’t boring.

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