Noho Arts/Dance District Full House with Patio

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom

Description

This space is a cool, stylish house within a commercial setting. It is decorated in a 50 modern theme with an eye for minimalism and a sense of roominess and multiple hang-out areas. The living room features an area to relax with a modern Italian design couch and chairs with room to flow and even lay out yoga mats and a 50 inch TV. The couch opens into a bed. Two bedrooms: Both feature queen sized, pillow-top mattress beds equipped with fresh linens, blankets and pillows. Closets with hangers, big mirrors and minimalist fun decorations. The open floor plan connect the living room and kitchen with a small counter lined in reclaimed barn siding wood. The kitchen offers a large fridge, country style double sink and stove and stailess dishwasher a six person built-in breakfast nook featuring an antique table top and a reclaimed rustic wood column. Full size front loading washer and dryer just off the kitchen. The bathroom has the authentic 1940's cast iron tub/ shower, high end fixtures and marble floor. The brick floor patio with an orange tree shade and a rustic, 8 person outdoor table with Italian chairs and the alley-side parking area. This is a place to come with friends and family to use as a cozy, fun home base to explore the great city of Los Angeles! The alley side is sitting between a residential street with trees and a commercial side that is all business. There is a mixed martial arts studio next door, a trendy hair salon a few doors down, a showbiz industry coffee shop across the street along with a popular Taco place and a yoga studio. This is the real L. A. ! Guest Access You will have access to the whole house, a brick floor patio with an orange tree shade and a rustic, 8 person outdoor table with Italian chairs and the alley side parking area. Note: There is a separate access art studio building on the property that is not accessible to guests. Please do not disturb art studio occupants. Interaction with Guests I'll be available via text and phone to help when needed. I should get back to you within a reasonable amount of time. The Neighborhood The world famous NoHo Art District. Very close to many dance schools: Evolution Studios, Debbie Reynolds Studio, Millennium Dance Complex, Madilyn Clark Studios, LA Tango Academy and many more "Getting to know the North Hollywood (NoHo) Arts District isn't difficult. Just think of it as an urban cocktail of bohemian and yuppie with a twist of edginess, an enclave of all things artistic — painting, ceramics, theatre, even television. But at its heart, NoHo is an artist's community, and it's becoming more and more close-knit, drawing visitors and locals who have art in their blood. “You can stroll along the street and see a real variety of people, " says Nancy Bianconi, the publisher of (URL HIDDEN) “You can see actors rehearsing their lines together, you'll see dancers figuring out their dance patterns, you'll see guitarists practicing their music. " Getting Around The house is 10 minutes away from Burbank Airport, a mile away from the L. A. Metro subway system, where you can park your car and ride to many attractions without the worry of parking. (Magnolia/Lankershim Subway Station) That station is in the heart of the NoHo Arts District. You would be 3 miles from Universal Studios Hollywood theme park, the Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood hills. About 7 miles from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Sunset and Vine, and other Attractions. 24 miles from Six Flags magic Mountain, 40 miles from Disneyland and 21 miles from the beach. There is also a dog park three blocks away, North On Cahuenga Blvd towards Collins and a lovely walking/bike trail 2 blocks south on Chandler Bl

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Dishwasher
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • TV/Cable/DVD

Map

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