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Furnished or unfurnished, Not Specified, Guest House, No pets, 1 bedroom, 1 Bath, One year minimum lease, Hardwood Floors, Street parking, pool, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, microwave, yard, air conditioner, central air, central heat, washer and dryer in unit, Bright one bedroom guest house with separate entrance, hardwood floors, kitchen with stove, oven, refrigerator, stainless sink, ALL utilities included with access to cable /Wi-Fi, washer, dryer, large bedroom with double closets and lots of windows, beautiful backyard that you will have access to. if you don't like living in a small apartment, then this is a perfect place for you. it is like living in a one bedroom house. Live like in a resort surrounded by trees, flowers, waterfall, pool, tropical bar, fireplace and barbeque. good references and credit preferred. First month plus security deposit. One year lease preferred. Also available for shorter term lease and furnished for executive and UCLA visiting faculty and staff upon request. non-smoking unit, no pets., Paid utilities & water & hot water & trash & gas & electricity & cable & gardener & pool service, at least 750 sqft $2,500.00 00, 2500.00 deposit,
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About Bel Air
Located north of Sunset Blvd. and east of the 405 freeway, Bel Air is one of the stateliest neighborhoods in all of Southern California. It has a notably low population density and is accordingly private. Green hills and palatial single-family homes make up most of its scenery, though Bel Air is also known for its educational institutions—The American Jewish University, Stephen S. Wise Elementary, Marymount High, etc.

Golf and tennis are readily available at the Bel Air Country Club, and Bel Air residents have easy access to the food, culture, and commerce of Westwood Village, Century City, and Sherman Oaks. Traffic permitting, the night life of West Hollywood and the posh shops of Beverly Hills are also reasonably close. While Bel Air is home to a small handful of grocery stores, gas stations, etc., it is almost exclusively residential—predominantly geared toward scenery and privacy—though fine dining is certainly possible at a few elite, high-priced restaurants (Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, for example).

Biking and walking about are great for leisure in this area, but should not be considered primary modes of transportation; likewise, public transit is not generally considered a viable option. Primary arteries: Sunset Blvd., the 405 freeway, Beverly Glen Blvd.
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