This large one bedroom one bath townhome in Historical Village Green has been tastefully updated over the past few years, with colors and décor reminiscent of the era in which the property was designed. Built on 68 acres of parkland, the original architect, Reginald D Johnson, created an oasis as a West Coast tribute to the urban Greenbelt Movement. For all of the history buffs, the present site, was once a part of the original Rancho Cienega land grant from the King of Spain. E.G. "Lucky"; Baldwin had purchased the property through his daughter & lent his name to the project, which became known as Baldwin Hills Village. The complex was skillfully designed where each building has no more than a handful of units, laid out facing a sprawling park view with a "no cars interior"; of winding pathways & over 1500 trees & beautiful nature, yet you reside in the heart of the city of Los Angeles. Enter into the townhome with architectural detail preserved from Johnson's original design. Stylish, modern wood detail is reflected in the wood paneled entryway with wood railing staircase & natural light streaming from above. This home includes an updated Kitchen with crisp white cabinets, marbled quartz countertops, mosaic backsplash dishwasher, new faucet & sink. The light-filled dining room is situated between the kitchen & large living room, which overlooks the garden court. The bedroom & living room windows have lush treetop views which allow beautiful, natural sunlight to stream in throughout the day. The bedroom & dining room include ceiling fans. The unit is freshly painted; the owner remodel includes new lighting & fixtures throughout. The living room, dining room & bedroom have natural hardwood floors, modern linoleum in the kitchen. The bathroom includes original white square tiles & historically sensitive updates. The many storage areas include two bedroom closets, a linen closet & a large utility closet with space for a washer/dryer. This unit has outdoor space galore. In addition to the peaceful upstairs balcony, there is a private patio where you can relax, dine al fresco, or create your own secret garden. It also comes with a private enclosed garage & additional off-street parking. This historical community is part of the Mills act contract with property tax benefits & sits on 68 acres which hosts community events such as concerts on the green, outdoor movies, & more. Centrally located between USC, the Expo line, Culver City, Whole foods Market.