This beautiful vine covered bungalow takes you back to old Hollywood... a place you would expect to see Greta Garbo or Clark Gable stepping out of. It truly is a hidden gem.
This top floor, one bedroom one bathroom charming apartment has real old school detail-incuding a functional vintage stove in the adorable kitchen.
plenty of indoor outdoor flow.
The deck off the upstairs kitchen makes a great place for a morning coffee while enjoying views of the mountains.
There is also a backyard complete with large dining area perfect for BBQ, long dinners or wine and great conversation late into the night. The lights on the awning above and surrounding fig, avocado and citrus trees add to the quaint ambiance of the backyard. I often hear friends say it reminds them of Europe.
This area also has a on site washer and dryer and may be shared as the community area if the downstairs unit is occupied.
Take advantage of the two separate entrances- the
A tree house like feeling bedroom with a queen sized bed, cable tv and wireless internet. Makes for a very self sufficient dwelling with all the creature comforts met.
Upstair unit enjoys a large flat screen Tv, big plush couch which can double as a very comfortable bed for a guest and a big bedroom with a queen size bed a full bathroom complete with tub.
May rent entire house for $250 per night or private apartment (downstairs unit for $120 per night)
includes private entrance, private kitchen,private bath and bedroom with wifi . Also patio and washer dryer.
A "hidden" outdoor staircase runs along the side of the house. Walk down and it drops you on Rowena Blvd which has plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes. I most frequently find myself at Broom Street Cafe, Gingergrass for their clay pot curry or at the Cha Cha lounge to listen to great music.
For a bit of nature take the stairs up a flight or two and you can either enjoy views of the Silver Lake reservoir or walk around it for a 2.2 mile walk (3.5 kilometers)
There is also a park lining the west side of the reservoir if you are't up for the walk just relax in the green grass.
Hop skip and a jump away is Sunset junction best known for its summer festival. This area of Sunset blvd is lined with restaurants, thrift shops, boutiques and bars. Thirsty Crow, Malo for mexican, or a great mac and cheese at Forage better known for fresh market seasonal greens and roasted chicken.
Right next door to this area take a trip to the recently renovated Griffith Observatory in Los Feliz.
It is a short drive or convenient subway ride downtown to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) for a bit of culture.
While you are in the neighborhood stop at a fantastic sushi restaurant in little Tokyo.
Weather you are in the mood for going out or staying in, Silverlake really offers the best of both worlds.
This house is surrounded by trees and nature yet you do not have to get into a car to be at some of the best restaurants LA has to offer. I guess sometimes you can have it all!