Studio / 1 Bath – Evergreen Pine Apartments
Location & Surroundings
Temple City is famous for its Camellia Festival, held every year since 1944. The festival is held in February and attracts more than 20,000 visitors to the city. The three-day festival includes a parade, a carnival, and an art show. The city also hosts a farmer’s market, a classic car show, and a summer concert series, held in the park. Temple City has a large shopping district along Las Tunas Drive and Rosemead Boulevard.
Temple City, located roughly 12 miles northeast of Downtown Los Angeles, provides a suburban setting just minutes from busy LA. With Angeles National Forest just minutes east, residents can go camping, hiking, horseback riding, and even off-roading. Some destinations near Temple City include Hermit Falls, the Mount Wilson Observatory, and Monrovia Canyon Park — home to a 30-foot waterfall.
Apartment Info & More Amenities
Our property offers a serene, garden like community with a tranquil fountain that you can truly call home. We offer studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments that you will fall in love with. With gated parking entry and gated entrance for maximum security. There is ample assigned covered parking, gated pool, comfortable outdoor lounge area. A separate enclosed children’s play area away from the apartments has been provided. There is a laundry facility on-site with washers and dryers. The building is equipped with cable reception.
Each apartment is spacious, bight, and includes, vertical blinds, wall-to-wall carpeting/hard wood floors, air conditioner, picture windows, and balconies or patios. The kitchen is upgraded with granite counter tops, tile floors, garbage disposal, hood range, dishwasher, and stove with oven.
A one time application fee of $30 (cash only) per adult is required. (No fee for additional locations is required.) Gross monthly income, credit verification, and references are taken into consideration along with the ability to pay and number of people. Apartments are rented on a month-to-month basis after the required one-year minimum.