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Topanga Duplex



Partially furnished, Upper, Duplex, Will Consider Pet, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, One Year Minimum Lease, Carpet and Tile Floors, Parking Included, pool, laundry on site, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, yard, balcony, patio, air conditioner, central air, central heat, fireplace, Private and secluded three bedroom, two bath entire top level of huge beautiful Estate home featuring 360 degree ocean, mountain and city views from every window. Includes living room w/ fireplace, dining room, den w/ fireplace; Kitchen w/ Frig., dishwasher, gas stove and double oven, microwave. Features carpet and marble tile floors, central heat/air. Patios and Decks all around showcase exquisite views, beautiful large solar heated pool, patios and grass lawns. Located on a 20-acre horse ranch, in a quiet neighborhood on a recently repaved private road surrounded by three state parks with lots of hiking, biking and horse trails. Plenty of parking. Horse corral and stalls, horse boarding, additional music studio, storage and workhop/offices available for extra charge. Mostly furnished. Lease at $3,995 per month plus utilities. Non-smoking preferred, smoking allowed in designated outdoor areas only., Paid gardener & pool service, $3,995.00 ,
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About Topanga
Topanga is neither a neighborhood of Los Angeles nor a city of its own, but rather a 'census-designated place' within western LA County. The greater region is comprised of many wilderness parks, conservations, and other such state-owned lands, but Topanga itself more or less follows Topanga Canyon (and the route named after it) from the Malibu area on the southern coast up toward Woodland Hills in the north.

Topanga runs straight through the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains and is widely considered one of the most scenic, albeit out-of-the-way, places to live in all of LA County. Back in the 1950's, a number of blacklisted artists and other creative types took up residence in Topanga Canyon, and the bohemian spirit they cultivated there still persists today: for example, the area is home to multiple annual film festivals and to a botanical outdoor amphitheater that puts on Shakespearean plays. Primary arteries: the Pacific Coast Highway, route 27 (Topanga Canyon Blvd.).