↑ $3,450 a month sure buys a lot of charm. This little Pico-Robertson bungalow has some very attractive curving walls and lovely big windows, plus French doors that open onto the outdoor space. The kitchen looks a little maze-like, but at least has plenty of counter space. The two-bedroom, one-bathroom boasts its own laundry facilities and central air conditioning and heating.
↑ South of Temescal Canyon and Sunset in Pacific Palisades, this courtyard studio has been updated to include a fridge, dishwasher, and in-unit laundry, and it comes furnished. The apartment has a real kitchen and rents for $3,534.
↑ This guest house above the Sunset Strip in the Hollywood Hills shares a level of what has to be a multi-level compound with a pretty fantastic swimming pool that has its own waterfall. (The pool is open to the guest house tenant.) The 750-square-foot unit has one bedroom, one bathroom, and amazing views from the kitchen. Rent is $3,500.
↑ This two-bedroom, two-bathroom Palms rental is about a block away from the local Trader Joe’s, so living here might mean never having to deal with getting into a TJ’s parking lot again. The 1,130-square-foot apartment comes with a balcony, in-unit laundry, and access to the building’s rooftop deck. Rent is $3,500.
↑ This furnished one-bedroom apartment in Venice is about a block away from the beach. The bedroom isn’t huge, and it’s unclear whether or not parking comes with the unit, but the sand is so close. Think of how literally cool the summers will be. Rent is $3,564.<a href=”http://polldaddy.com/poll/9360617/” mce_href=”http://polldaddy.com/poll/9360617/”>Which apartment around $3,500 would you rent?</a>
- Curbed Comparisons [Curbed LA]