An Oasis in the heart of Hollywood. Recently finished construction with a loving attention to architectural detail. Bright, open and modern, but with a super comfy and inviting vibe. Steps to Hollywood Blvd and Franklin Village. Perfect for couples, business travelers, or anyone looking for more than just a place to crash. If this one's not available check out our other recently listed space...
http://abnb.me/EVmg/V1FLhZiVSE (It's also very cool and about 5 minutes from us)
New, recycled and repurposed materials that blend together to create the feeling of a modern cabin. Private and Comfortable. Architectural details throughout. There's a gorgeous tanker desk, an accent wall made from the ceiling of the original 1914 structure, and a one of a kind bed made from project remnants. There's even an 8' movie screen connected to Cable, Netflix and Blu-Ray. You won't want to leave.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests have their own balcony.
Washer and Dryer are outside and always available.
Ice is available from the freezer on our back porch.
Atención a los huéspedes
Guests can have as much or as little privacy as they want. We are both actors so our schedules are very flexible and we're always happy to answer questions or give advice about the neighborhood and the city.
We have 2 young kids (3 and 6), and in the afternoons and on weekends we often spend time in the yard or on the back porch. Generally happy for a chat or, schedules permitting, a sundown cocktail.
Otros aspectos destacables
Pay attention to parking signs!! Our neighborhood doesn't have restricted parking (we do have street cleaning), but many do. And it's not uncommon for new arrivals to Los Angeles to get a stack of parking tickets when they first arrive. Be vigilant!!
Actor. Writer. Teacher. Husband. Father. I'm California born and raised. Fell into acting at the very late age of 27 and have been doing it ever since. My wife is a licensed family therapist. Our kids are 4 and 7, and pretty great. My favorite travel destinations are Paris, Berlin, and New York, though there is much of the world I/we haven't seen. Favorite book: Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins. Favorite movie: Wonderland by Michael Winterbottom (though Raising Arizona runs a very close 2nd). Favorite band right now: Broken Bells.