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Unfurnished, Freestanding, Guest House, No Pets, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood and Tile Floors, 1-car Garage Parking, quiet neighborhood , stove, balcony, patio, air conditioner, Discover this gated treasure in a multi-million dollar beach front property in South Laguna Beach, walking distance to 1000 Steps Beach entrance and easy access to Laguna Trolley stop. Gated estate property. Phenomenal ocean views! One car private garage. Electric, gas, trash and water included. Gated ocean front cottage unit with air conditioning and heat, a large closet and full bathroom. Private front entrance and patio, as well as back terrace. One mile north of Crown Valley Parkway and Ritz Carlton on the Billionaire's Row. Just south of Thousand Steps Beach on ocean side. Cape Cod exterior, neat and clean interior. Call for an appointment. Newly redone kitchen and newer hardwood floors with stunning views of the ocean with newer dual glaze windows. Available June 1st, just in time for the summer!, Paid utilities & water & trash & gas & electricity & gardener, Approximately 600 sqft $3,200.00, 5000 deposit,
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About Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach is a coastal, resort-style city in the southern Orange County region of Southern California. One of the primary reasons that it has maintained elite status as an upscale tourist destination, a prominent arts and culture nexus, and an all-around phenomenal place to live is that it enjoys some unique geographical features—namely, a long stretch of coastline with beaches and seaside bluffs and a shared border with Newport Beach's Crystal Cove State Park in the north. The area enjoys a moderate, sunny climate year-round.

Laguna Beach and its surrounding territories are known for environmental preservation and stewardship, from the Laguna Beach State Marine Reserve to the canyons, forests, cliffs, and tide pools of Crystal Canyon State Park. As one might expect, Laguna Beach is a relatively expensive place to live; its median income figure clocks in at over $95,000 per year. Primary arteries include the Pacific Coast Highway and the 133 freeway; the 73 and 5 freeways are within striking distance to the east, as well.
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