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Partially furnished, Freestanding, Guest House, No pets, Private Bedroom, Private Bathroom, Other lease type, Tile Floors, 1-car Carport parking, wheelchair accessible, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, balcony, patio, air conditioner, central air, central heat, washer and dryer in unit, Guest house, fully separated from the main house. Our space contains a lot of outdoor space and outdoor storage around each side of our building. We're just east of Robertson by Guthrie. The roommates: Matt is a location scout with superb taste in music and film. He set the projector up to play movies just above the record player and rotate to play on the wall opposite the daybed outside. His record collection is highly curated and mind-blowing. A real class act. Zoe is studying to be a film director and also has excellent taste in music and film. They're very nice, communicative, and drama-free people. They grow amazing vegetables too. There are two small dogs who spend a lot of time chilling outside., $1,250.00 1250, 1250 deposit,
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The University of Southern California is located at the 10 freeway/110 freeway junction near Downtown LA. The city blocks north of Exposition Blvd. and east of Vermont Ave. are known as University Park; to the west lies Adams-Normandie, and to the southwest, Exposition Park. These areas share similar demographics: a dense, younger-than-average, and ethnically diverse mixture of on-a-shoestring college students and lower-income families populates countless rental units.

Less than 8% of residents own their living spaces. Obviously, close proximity to a university as large as USC is very character-defining for such neighborhoods; Trojan sporting events, in particular, tend to influence foot traffic, subway traffic, and auto traffic quite profoundly. Residents enjoy access to most major LA freeways via the Downtown confluence, so centrality is definitely a perk, and many find public transit to be just as useful, considering how easy it is to get from the dedicated USC Metro stop to Union Station. The area is also very walkable and bike-able.
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