Sunny private bedroom with private bathroom in Craftsman house. Inspiring 60's Polish circus posters on the walls. Bed is a combination of coconut coir and Natural Talay Latex foam. Feel free to use the rest of the house and musical instruments respectfully.
The mattress is all natural and very comfortable. The room is in a well maintained house in one of the older neighborhoods in LA. It is very private and peaceful. You have access to the kitchen (fridge has space for your groceries), laundry, and common areas if you so desire. Feel free to drink from the alkaline water filter in the kitchen. There are 3 of us living in this house, but we are often out working. We enjoy playing music and listening to vinyl records. You would be staying in the bedroom towards the back of the house, easily accessed through the back entrance, and shouldn't be disturbed by it. There is also a Bose bluetooth speaker in the room you can connect to and listen to any music you would like.
Accès des voyageurs
You will have access to our kitchen, laundry, and common areas if you so desire.
-Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis. It depends on the duration of your stay and the kind of pet you have. We are less inclined to allow pets for longer stays (over 1 week), but if you are just staying for a couple of nights, should be fine. Please send us a message about your pet before you book!
- smoking allowed outside house only
-Upon departure, please make sure all dishes used are washed, and all doors are locked and the key is back where you found it, thanks!
I work a freelance schedule, so that means that sometimes I'm working 18 hour days and getting up before dawn and coming home late, and some days I'm free to do whatever. I'm pretty easy to reach by phone if you have any questions, and try to respond as soon as I can.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, went to college in Portland, OR. I love books, people, strange antiques, musics, tacos, cheese, motorcycles, lamps, bad jokes, explosions, power tools, stuffed animals, exploring nature, building things, fixing things, and sleeping indefinitely. I work in the art department building sets and procuring furniture for various film productions. My style of hosting goes something like this: pretending we've known each other our entire lives and making guests feel as though they are not guests, in that my home is just as much theirs as it is mine.