2BR/1.0BA in 314 W 223rd Street

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Property details

Why Live Here?
Just seconds off the 110 freeway, the exit is 223rd street which makes commuting an absolute breeze when you live here! A 13-unit property, this complex is located close to Veterans Park, Carson Park, Scott Park and Carson High School. Smart and Final grocery store is only less than a mile away, plus dozens of other grocery stores, market places and stores to shop your heart out! This first floor unit features bright white tile throughout the living room and kitchen, which really makes the whole entrance glow! New paint throughout, as well as a brand new bathroom. The kitchen comes with a gas stove and oven, plenty of room for your fridge and a small dining room table. Through the hallway you'll find a storage closet, two bedrooms and the full bathroom. Laundry room is on site, one car parking space, water is included and your furry little companion will be considered.
  • Granite countertop
  • Range/Oven
Building Information
  • Built: 1968


About Carson, CA

  • California State University, Dominguez Hills

    Brr, it’s cold in here there must be some Toros in the atmosphere!

    Toros in the Atmosphere

    Bring it on, California State University, Dominguez Hills, because the Toros are ready to take on your heavy course load, choose between your many undergraduate and graduate degree programs, pick the best professors, seek out academic advisors for help figuring out a post-graduate career, and generally kick butt inside and outside of the classroom! Go Toros Go! When it comes to athletics, the “Bring it On” cheerleaders say it all, since this school is read to “bring it.” Football and basketball garner lots of support and make people proud to be a part of this school!

    Toros in Off-Campus Apartments

    CSU Domingo Hills in Carson, CA is nestled between cities like Los Angeles, Redondo Beach, and Long Beach, so there is never a dull moment to be had. Plus, Dr. Dre is from the Hills, so you know this place has gotta a lil’ XxCorexX. Living in an off-campus apartment while going to CSUDH has got its perks, which is why 94% of undergrads live off-campus—that, and CSUDH is a commuter school. Apartments are in high demand, so it is best to start looking early and gather roommates to lower the cost of living. For extra help learning how to find your new place, visit our apartment search guides! Though having a car is probably the most convenient way to get to and from your place, don’t forget that there is always the Metro Bus.

    Toros on the Weekends

    No matter what day of the week it is, Toros wear their school colors proud and are always DTH (down to hang). The weekends, however, tend to brighten the colors, and Toros can enjoy places like SouthBay Pavilion for shopping, and at night can do karaoke at Happa Restaurant at 1641 W Redondo Beach Blvd. Students also like to catch a game at Southland Bar at 23900 Crenshaw Blvd, or head to LA for a show at one of the many local venues.