↑ This Fairfaxone-bedroom is just a short walk away from the Pan-Pacific Park and The Grove and advertises itself as “art deco styled.” The apartment features a lofted bedroom atop a fancy-looking, dramatic staircase that appear to have a little Juliet balcony overlooking the living area. The pad boasts 10-foot windows, and a kitchen that, while not huge, is at least totally renovated and decked out with stainless steel appliances. There’s on-site laundry but no mention of the parking situation. (No news is not often good news.) The listing may be using old copy that says the rent is just $1,995, because the advertised rate is $2,150.
↑ This two-bedroom condo in Burbank may not be in the hottest neighborhood, but it’s roomy (over 1,000 square feet) and outfitted with stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and it has a pool in the complex. There’s also a fireplace, which, while nice, probably isn’t to useful this time of year, and a small, awesome private patio. Rent is $2,195.
↑ This little one-bedroom bungalow is basically what people daydream about when they daydream about moving to Los Feliz. Newly remodeled and cute as a damn button, this 550-square-foot place manages to fit a dishwasher and fridge with an ice-maker into its compact kitchen, and there’s a washer and dryer somewhere in the unit, too. It’s like that bag in Mary Poppins. Compete against your neighbors in the other four little houses for one of the three single-car garages (available for an extra fee). Rent is $2,195.
↑ This one-bedroom apartment in Pasadena, just south of Colorado on Lake, is walking distance to a roster of fun stuff, including a Laemmle movie house, the Vroman’s bookstore, and an Urth Caffe. The apartment is yellow, but don’t hold that against it. It also has in-unit laundry, granite counters, and a little bar-style seating area attached to the kitchen. The complex has a gym, a lovely pool, and a “screening room.” Rent is $2,250.
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