One block from Abbot Kinney and the canals, three from the ocean, this artist's space is full of old school Venice charm.
It's cozy, but feels bigger because it's so open and airy. There is also wifi.
There's a company in the front house, but they are wicked cool and they also keep to themselves. You can enter by the back gate and never see them, if you don't want to. Or you can wander into their office and scope it out. They may offer you a beer. I can't promise that.
I've a beach cruiser you are welcome to use, and if you know how to BBQ and promise not to burn the place down, you can use that too.
There is a mini-fridge that you can use, but you won't need it, as the restaurants around here are unreal.
Venice is amazing. It's just the best. Everyday I wake up and am just so grateful to live here. I adore my spot. I'm one block from Abbot Kinney, the street with the most incredible restaurants (dear lord, the brunch at The Tasting Kitchen is the stuff that dreams are made of), and shopping, and coffee shops. In the mornings, that is my most pressing concern: where to get coffee today? Le Zinque? Intelligentsia? Abbot's Habit? The Bank of Venice? All only a block away - and you pass the book exchange on the way! Take a book, leave a book. And our books are way better than other parts of town. For reals. I'm also directly across the street from the library and the Friday Farmer's Market - Harry's Berries. You've never tasted a strawberry. It will change your life.
The best way around Venice is walk or bike. As I say, you are welcome to use my cruiser. The bus runs right near me too, so that's an option as well. I don't have dedicated parking, but street parking isn't a problem at my end of the block. LAX is a straight shot down Lincoln $15-20 Uber ride.