Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
About 2777 Francis Ave Los Angeles, CA 90005
Shared room is for girls only. Its a great community to help or collaborate with aspiring artist. Share a furnished giant room with a 7' x 8' walk-in closet. Brand new memory foam mattresses. Month to month lease... meaning if you dont like it, just give a 30 day notice. Utilities are $55 and included: FREE PARKING, cable and netflix on big HD TV, coin-operated laundry, fastest internet possible with advanced wireless routers inside the house and in the chill out tiki yard with gazebo and couches. The house has a huge yard. I will try to get a hot tub, and other amenities as time progresses to add to a good quality of life and not just a bed and roof. Deposit equals same as the rent. We accept credit cards. Awesome Location and Great Transportation:
Considered for Student Housing in Los Angeles Institute for Architecture and Design, Abraham Lincoln University Law, Everest College, Colombia West College, Bryan College Los Angeles, Southwestern University. Westwood College, LA Collage International, Joongang College because it is within campus proximity.
Vons/Ralphs, 99cent store, and many other things are very close.
10 minute walk to the Redline train's Westlake Station. Wilshire/Vermont Station,
5 minute drive to Hollywood or Downtown LA.
15 minute drive to Beverly Hills or West Hollywood.
Also close to major highways and bus stops.
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