- Room Type:Private Room
- Max Guests:1
- Min Stay:1
- Pets Allowed:No
- cot available
- refrigerator / freezer
- washing machine
- wifi (wireless lan)
Eclectic!... Silver Lake...Room
The house offers you a peaceful, quiet, clean and comfortable, especially private and secure with its own parking space in the back of the house with, which is gated! The house is full of sun light there are windows all over the house and an orange tree in the front yard.
Great area near the SL Reservoir (lake) local library and Silver Lake Village with trendy restaurants and boutiques. 5blocks to the west on Sunset Blvd. there is "Sunset Junction" with its trendy shops/ restaurants. 1/2mile to the east on Sunset Blvd. there is Echo Park Village with its up and coming trendy shops/restaurants. Easy access to public transportation
and major L. A. Fwys.
The house is located 10 min distance from Downtown and Historic areas, such as, Chinatown, Little Tokyo, Little Armenia,Thai town, Filipino town, Korea Town, Plaza Olvera, Disney Concert Hall, Music Center, Staples Center and Convention Center, Fairfax District, The Grove, Americana, CBS, NBC, and ABC studios.
5min. distance from ANGELUS TEMPLE, DREAM CENTER and CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. 10min. travel fwy. to HROCK & FULLER COLLEGE, ROSE BOWL, PASEO RODEO COLORADO and the ROSE PARADE, in Pasadena, including VERDUGO HILLS HOSPITAL and GLENDALE ADVENTIST
The place is unique for its peaceful, clean and comfortable atmosphere that will make your stay a pleasant one. Your privacy and security is also important to us and we will do our best to accommodate your every need. You can park your car in the gated back patio.
We welcome you to the Eclectic! … Silver Lake … Room.
Thank you for choosing us!
SMOKE/ ALCOHOL FREE ENVIRONMENT, NO PETS ALLOWED
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* Closet space (hangers provided)
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* Clothes steamer (upon request)
* Microwave and refrigerator
* Cups, plates and utensils
* Comfortable couch and ottoman
* Hardwood floors
* Good selection of books (but no TV/cable)
* 1 dedicated car space in garage
* Can accommodate up to 2 standard size bicycles (upon request)
* Free 2-hour street parking Mondays-Saturdays
* Wireless Internet
* Central AC/Heat
* Washer and dryer
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* Cal Tech
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* Pasadena Convention Center
* South Lake Avenue District (shops, restaurants, bars, Trader Joe's, Fresh & Easy)
* Rose Bowl: 3 miles
* JPL: 7 miles
* Art Center School of Design
* University of Southern California (USC): 15 miles right off the 110 freeway
* Car rental office: 5-minute walk
* Bike-friendly area
* Several farmer's markets within a 2 to 5 miles radius
* Short drive to visit the Huntington Library, Gamble House, Norton Simon, and other museums
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$10 per night for second person
$85 per night on Friday and Saturday
$545 per week
$1,550 per month
$100 Security Deposit
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