About this listing
Sunny and charming one bedroom house in the heart of Culver City, a 15 minute bus ride to Venice Beach/20 minute train ride to DTLA. Lounge in the cozy front yard or take a stroll to the Helms Bakery's shops and restaurants or to trendy downtown Culver City.
Guests can check in any time after 1 pm on the date of arrival, including very late night. Keys will be waiting for you in a lock box.
Interaction with Guests
I'll respond to your questions via airbnb message system.
1. No smoking inside the house. You can smoke in the front yard, but please pick up your cigarette butts.
2. Follow the signs on the garbage cans to properly dispose of your garbage.
3. Please, only use the toiletries that are on the shower rack. Do not use anything inside the cabinets or under the bathroom sink.
4. No hair down the drains, please. They get clogged easily.
5. No food scraps down the kitchen drain either. They get clogged and attract bugs.
6. Please, do wash your dishes regularly and do not leave food in open containers on counters. Dirty dishes and open food containers attract bugs.
7. If anyone asks, you are my friend visiting from out of town. Please, do NOT mention AirBnB to anyone.
8. Please, be mindful of the neighbors and keep the volume down when outside or after 9 pm.
9. Please, bring NO outside guests to the house, unless previously authorized by me.
10. No pets in the house unless previously authorized by me. There's an extra cleaning fee to remove pet hair off furniture of $30.
11. Turn off lights/AC/heating when not in use or when leaving the house.
12. Upon your departure, please return the keys to the lock box, scramble the code and close the lid. (To open the lock use the same code I gave you by email or text message before your arrival.)
I'm originally from Argentina, but have lived in the US for 16 years. I'm an English Instructor and Dancer. I enjoy traveling and exploring the far corners of the Earth. I have volunteered in Africa, the Caribbean, Central and South America and I'm looking forward to visiting Southeast Asia soon. I love hiking, camping, going to concerts and swimming in rivers. I love the idea of offering visitors a refuge after a day (or a night) in the town and a place they can, although briefly, call home.