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Burbank Triplex

Unfurnished, Lower, Triplex, Will Consider Pet, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 1-car Carport Parking, laundry on site, stove, central air, central heat, A cute 2 bed/1 bath... only 3 units on premises! 15x30 Gardening Area may be available... CENTRAL AIR & HEAT!! Please Call For Appointment, Paid water, $1,995.00 , 1995 deposit,
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Unfurnished, Rear, Triplex, Will Consider Pet, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 1-car Garage Parking, laundry on site, quiet neighborhood , stove, yard, patio, central air, central heat, washer and dryer hookups, • 2 BED/1BATH-BURBANK- New Kitchen, Updated Bathroom, Newer Oak Lined closets-Copper Plumbing, Updated Electric, Recessed Lighting, Central Heat & Air, New Windows, New Exterior Doors, Hardwood Floors, Newer Blinds, Ceiling Fans in both Bedrooms and Dining Room. Blinds on All Windows, Private Fully Fenced Yard, and Private Laundry Room-just for you!! This unit is the rear unit and Part of a quiet Tri-Plex in Burbank-Great Schools. Will consider Sm. Pet with deposit. Available August 1st. Will be freshly painted, Stove included. Email goes right to my cell-quick response, Paid water, $2,300.00 , 4000 deposit,
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About Burbank
Burbank is its own city, both geographically and culturally. Located north of Los Angeles proper in the San Fernando Valley, it is home to many of the entertainment industry’s largest centers of operation—studios like Disney and Warner Bros., post production houses, corporate offices, etc.

Many who live in Burbank work in Burbank; the city is often considered somewhat insular, though reasonably convenient access to the 5, 134, and 101 freeways puts residents within 20 minutes of Hollywood, Pasadena, Los Feliz, and the innumerable recreations of Griffith Park. The mall in downtown Burbank and Universal Studios/City Walk are prominent local attractions. There are also many celebrated local eateries, including and especially Porto’s Cuban Bakery, the highest volume bakery on the West Coast.

Burbank has its own airport, as well as its own police force, and it is generally considered quite a safe place to live. Small-to-midsized single-family homes dominate Burbank’s residential areas, though there are apartment buildings with a more urban feel and larger luxury homes to be found as well. The school system in Burbank is quite strong, and as a result, its population includes a large contingency of families with children. Primary arteries: the 5 freeway, the 101 freeway, the 134 freeway, Cahuenga Blvd., Burbank Blvd.