Beautifully updated, large one-bedroom, plus den condo in Montana Terrace. Prime Brentwood location on a pretty a tree-line street within walking distance to many of West LA s finest restaurants. San Vicente Boulevard with it s wide greenway is where you will find Whole Foods, San Vicente Market, many coffee/tea shops, including Starbucks and Coffee Bean, specialty shops, hair and nail salons. A 5-minute walk north on Barrington Avenue you have access to tennis courts and athletic fields at the Barrington Recreation Center. And just a few more minutes north is the Post Office, a dog park and more coffee shops, restaurants and boutique shops at Barrington Plaza. Be sure to check out the Belwood Bakery, known for its rolls, croissants and breads. A short drive west along Montana Avenue you ll find more great restaurants and shops, and the Brentwood Mart. Easy access to freeways and a less than 10 minute drive to the beach make this an ideal location. An open concept layout includes living room with gas fireplace, dining area, kitchen and an office or 2nd bedroom space. Relax on your own terrace facing a courtyard filled with greenery. The updated kitchen, with quartz counter tops and backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a center island complete with a built-in appliance lift, tons of storage and soft-close cabinets and drawers make cooking and entertaining a joy. The office space is separated from the living room with a double-sided bookcase and has a closet with built-in shelving that spans the width of the room. The bedroom suite features a long, three-panel, sliding mirrored wardrobe closet, plus a second large closet in the hallway between bedroom and bath. An elegant bath with soothing blue-green walls has tub/shower combo with blue, teal and green mosaic glass tile accents. Amenities at Montana Terrace include a pool, spa/hot tub and barbecue grille, and both a men s and women s sauna. Gated access with on-site property manager Monday thru Friday, and daily front door security from 4 pm to 12 midnight. Interest rates are not getting any lower, why wait?