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West Hollywood Triplex

Unfurnished, Not Specified, Triplex, Will Consider Pet, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood and Carpet Floors, 2-car Garage Parking, laundry on site, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, air conditioner, Exclusive upscale owner's unit on the top floor of a triplex in a very quiet neighborhood at the base of the Hollywood Hills. There are no other units upstairs and no shared walls. Feels like a single family home. Details - 2 large bedrooms, each with a huge closet. - 2 full bathrooms. Master has luxurious 6 ft. soaking tub. - Hardwood floors - Large kitchen. Fridge and gas oven included. - Free laundry - Ceiling fans - Huge 2-car private garage with extra space for storage Neighborhood - North of Hollywood Blvd., just east of Fairfax Blvd. - Exclusive neighborhood of multi-million dollar upscale homes. - Street lined with mature, colorful trees. - Quiet street. No traffic. - Blocks away from everything - Runyon Canyon, Trader Joe's, Bristol Farms, CVS, Starbucks, Coffee Bean, Burke Williams Spa, The Counter, The Griddle, Crunch Gym, Sunset 5 Cinema, and the Hollywood Strip, but just far enough away so people don't park here before a night out. Basically, if, $3,495.00 , friendly security deposit,
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About West Hollywood
West Hollywood is a city between Beverly Hills and Hollywood. West Hollywood's boutiques, artsy corners, and quaint eateries work in concert to attract droves of pedestrians to the area; moreover, its bars and night clubs host a great deal of drinking and dancing and are consistently some of the most bustling in LA County. It has a huge population of gay men, though it is also known as one of LA's hubs for lesbian and queer culture more generally.

Residents of West Hollywood enjoy a very pedestrian-friendly experience. Santa Monica Blvd., one of its primary throughways, is lined with dozens of crosswalks intended to buttress commerce. Parking in West Hollywood can be a huge hassle, but residents receive permits that grant them exclusive rights to prime spaces. Most of the larger apartment complexes are also outfitted with private garages. Beyond apartment rentals, housing options also include the houses a little further from the city's main roads, which are densely organized but extremely posh.

Proximity to such sites of interest as the Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive shopping district, the Beverly Center mall, and Century City is also a huge perk to living in the area. Primary arteries: Santa Monica Blvd., San Vicente Blvd., Sunset Blvd.