Charmed by Emma Stone's vintage Spanish-style apartment in La La Land? We were too. And while golden age movie posters and floral wallpaper can go a long way toward bringing the look home, if you're after some true authenticity, you can actually just buy one of the apartments in her building now.
A 2-bedroom condo unit just went up for sale in this gorgeous flamingo pink courtyard-style 20-unit apartment complex in Long Beach. It's the exact location used in the film for the barista-turned-actress and her equally aspirational roommates' epic dance scene. And you can be someone in the crowd for a price tag of just $495,000—aka "hella affordable" by Southern California standards.
The building—named "El Cordova"—was built by by architect George Riddle in 1928, and the 1,2910-square-foot unit inside boasts tremendo Spanish style charm, with arched doorways, 15-foot ceilings and lots of colorful tile, plus the original 1920s sconces throughout.
Check it out: 1728 E 3rd St #20
If you want to call this place home, be ready to settle up—Redfin estimates that it could go for as much as $512k (not surprising if you know anything about California real estate at the moment).
But good news, La La Land lovers! There's a second unit for sale in the El Cordova right now—it has a bit less charm and less space (910 square feet) than the preserved vintage apartment above, but a more accurate asking price of $439,900.
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