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Melrose Duplex



Unfurnished, Front, Duplex, No Pets, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 1-car Street Parking, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, yard, air conditioner, central air, central heat, washer and dryer in unit, Located just off Melrose Avenue, 2 blocks West of La Brea. This is a cute , spanish 1 bed apartment in a single story duplex. Inside has hardwood floors a kitchen with dining area, a washer and dryer, 1 bedroom and bathroom. Large arch windows in the living room look out on to a garden. DO NOT DISTURB TENANT. VIEWING WITH APPOINTMENT ONLY Q&A Q: Is there parking? A: Street parking - residence parking from 8pm to 8am. Q: When can I move in? A: from 08/08/2017 Q: How big is the living room A: 15 x 16.5 approx Q: Are utilities included A: Water and trash only tenant pays electric, gas, cable, phone Q: Is the neighborhood noisy A: There is noise from Melrose Q: Does anyone live above? A: No its a single story dwelling Q: Is a small dog OK? A: Sorry no pets, Paid water & trash & gardener, 750 sqft $2,500.00 , 2500 deposit,
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About Melrose
The Melrose District runs along the southern border of West Hollywood and Hollywood, starting at Santa Monica Blvd. in the west and beelining toward an ambiguous terminus in the east. Sections of this territory are technically within the borders of other Los Angeles neighborhoods like Fairfax, Hollywood, etc., but the culture and character associated with a close proximity to Melrose Ave. are, perhaps, overriding.

Melrose Ave. birthed Southern California’s Punk and New Wave cultures back in the 1980’s and attracted a spirit of independent commerce that persists today: shopping, dining, and entertainment in Melrose are all primarily controlled by local entrepreneurs and innovators, rather than by large corporations. An afternoon/evening excursion there might involve, for example, browsing through a comic book store, walking to a hot dog stand, and then catching a sketch comedy revue at The Groundlings. This concentration of commerce makes for reasonable walkability/bike-ability in the area, to boot.