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Hollywood Triplex

Unfurnished, Upper, Triplex, Will Consider Pet, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 1-car Garage Parking, refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, yard, balcony, patio, central air, central heat, washer and dryer hookups, washer and dryer in unit, Newly renovated 3 bedroom 2 bath apartment, small charming Mediterranean style building No one is living above you or next to you. It is located in a lush and quiet culdesac street in the Hollywood Hills near Yamashiro Farmers Market and Runyon Canyon. Short term and furnished rental is negotiable. Pets are negotiable with a pet deposit and nothing over 25lbs. Features: Hollywood lights view, Spacious private patios, Washer and dryer in the unit, Modern hardware and stainless steel appliances, Custom kitchen with granite counter tops, Modern bath and vanities and fixtures, Upgraded lighting and hardware, Spacious open floor plan, Abundant natural light, Access to beautiful backyard patio and gardens, Garage and parking place and easy street parking, and lastly Private Park at the end of the block for residents only. This apartment close to everything. Hollywood & Highland, Mann’s Chinese Theatre, the Metro Red Lines and Buses and Convenient to Studios. Furnished price $5,499, Paid water & trash & gardener, $4,200.00 , 4200 deposit,
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About Hollywood
Hollywood is among the northernmost neighborhoods of Los Angeles that is not a part of the San Fernando Valley. The true nature of Hollywood is often obscured by its iconic status in American culture; most associate it with the movie industry, with opulence and celebrity. Hollywood was indeed an early hotbed of entertainment industry boom, but if you are looking to live in the Hollywood itself, know that movie premieres at the Chinese Theater and stars on the sidewalk are as close as it comes to those conceptions nowadays.

Residence in Hollywood is much more subdued. Surrounding the boulevards most commonly associated with the area (Hollywood and Sunset) lies a bevy of restaurants, bars, clubs, movie theaters, improv theaters, tattoo parlors, novelty shops—you name it. A bit farther from the primary throughways, there are dozens of densely populated city blocks blanketed with a mixture of apartment buildings and single-family rental units. As one moves north into the Hollywood hills, the housing options diversify to include condos and larger, more upscale houses.

Many local attractions like Madame Tussauds (a wax museum) and Ripley's Believe It Or Not (an “Odditorium”) are geared toward Hollywood's tourist industry, though Angelinos commonly avail themselves of the Hollywood Bowl, the Pantages Theater, Amoeba Music, and more. Primary arteries: Sunset, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Highland, the 101 freeway.