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Studio City Duplex

Partially furnished, Rear, Duplex, No Pets, Private Bedroom, Shared Bathroom, Six Month Lease, Hardwood Floors, Street Parking, laundry on site, refrigerator, microwave, patio, central air, central heat, Includes: - WIFI - Washer/Dryer - Refrigerator -Pots and Pans - Kitchen utensils/plates/glasses -Full size leather bed - Computer desk - Custom drapes Walking distance to Universal Studios and Universal Metro, easy access to 101/134/170/5/405 freeways. Highlights: - private entrance in a gated property, safe neighborhoods, patio, barbecue grill, outdoor pool/spa., Paid utilities, $1,400.00 ,
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Unfurnished, Upper, Duplex, Will Consider Pet, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, New Hardwood Floors, Garage Parking, quiet neighborhood , stove, controlled access building, air conditioner, washer and dryer hookups, Absolutely stunning 2 bedroom 1bathroom upper unit of duplex. Close to studios, Universal City, Burbank, Hollywood & West Valley. Enjoy house-like privacy and being close to shops and restaurants on Ventura Blvd. Completely and tastefully remodeled unit in heart of Studio City. Gorgeous new kitchen with abundant cabinets., quartz counter tops, new stove and room for table. Separate laundry area with hookups next to kitchen. Large living room with mountain view. New wood flooring and new windows throughout. A/C units in living room and bedrooms. Beautiful new bathroom features newly tiled shower, new vanity and toilet. Freshly painted. Good closet space. Inside stairway can be used as storage area. New lighting fixtures in every room. Private garage plus parking space. Gated driveway access. One year lease. Non-smoking. Convenient showings available. Don't miss this unit if comfort, privacy and location are your priorities., Paid water & gardener, 900 sqft $2,550.00 ,
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About Studio City
Studio City, despite its name, is a neighborhood within the city of Los Angeles. It is located in the San Fernando Valley, just north of the western Hollywood Hills and just southwest of the 101, 134, and 170 freeway junction. The name “Studio City” comes from the CBS Studio Center, constructed in 1927. Residents have easy access to local activities like the culture and night life of West Hollywood, the upscale eateries and storefronts of Beverly Hills, and the movie, stage, and improv theaters of Hollywood.

The area is not especially walkable/bikeable/bus-able when it comes to running errands, but residents celebrate their ability to walk or bike for pleasure along well-kept streets running through scenic, rural-feeling neighborhoods. There are also some shops and pubs and restaurants along Ventura Boulevard that provide a bit of a local hub.

Studio City's centrality for car owners is strong as it sits on the convergence of multiple major freeways and is also accessible by way of the canyon roads and surface streets that crisscross the Valley. Allegedly, residents who work in the entertainment industry enjoy the shortest average route to all major studios. Educational options in the area are strong; Studio City is home to two highly regarded private schools: Harvard-Westlake and Campbell Hall.