About this listing
Hi Travelers! We have a room in our cozy little 1924 house for you here in the woodsy, hilly Elysian Heights area of Echo park.
Lovely walkable streets, stairways and trails are everywhere, and you are close to Echo Park cafes, galleries, shops, restaurants and flourishing Sunset Boulevard nightlife. We are in the heart of old Los Angeles and the communities of Silverlake, Los Feliz, Atwater, Lincoln Heights, Downtown and Hollywood are all very close.
We have 2 designated street parking spaces right in front of the house and there is a bus stop at the end of the street.
The room is private and quiet with a double bed. The bathroom is adjoining and recently remodeled. It is shared with one other room, each room has it's own door to the bathroom.
There is a full kitchen with everything you'll need. We provide self-serve breakfast for the first week of your stay. The laundry is right off the kitchen.
I live in the attic but I have a separate entrance. My cat also lives upstairs and doesn't set foot in the house.
This has been our home for 12 years. We love it and our neighborhood and hope you will too.
Just be nice.
Room 2 is just off the kitchen so please try to keep the noise down while preparing food and cleaning up.
Please wash your dishes and clean up right away after using the kitchen.
Don't smoke in the house, but feel free to use the porch or back patio.
Perfect room, perfect host ! Wifi very fast!
Very cute and calm, as showed on pictures.
Safe, lots of good vibes.
Hope being back very soon.
For my first AirBnB experience this was fantastic! The house was hidden on the hill and it was it's own little oasis. My favorite part by far was the swing set! Jonathan was a great host providing an extra comfortable bed, delicious breakfast each morning and excellent accommodation for my dog. I felt very at home and was happy to find i was able to use the washer/dryer at my leisure. I also appreciated the accessibility to the tea and coffee. I work late hours so this was necessary. I also appreciated the laid backness of letting me come and go and having the opportunity to park in front of the house. Parking in LA is hard so I was grateful for that! Overall A++. i loved my stay!
Jonathan is great! He helped me schlep all of my stuff & made me a cup of tea. He is very warm and friendly.
Jonathan is extremely a very warm caring host. He was very quick to respond to any question I had. He made me feel right at home. His place is reasonably prices and very comfortable. The area is convenient to transportation and major freeways making it easy to get around. I enjoyed my stay.
Jonathan should be an exemplar to all airbnb hosts - his hospitality was unrivalled. I felt incredibly welcome and despite only staying a couple days I feel like I've gained a new friend.
Not to mention, Echo Park is a perfect little hideaway that is still pretty close to all the action.
I'm very thankful I picked Jonathan's house and encourage you all to do the same!
Jonathan is such a breath of fresh air. He is the nicest, and most accommodating hosts.
The house/property is just as lovely as Jonathan. I would recommend this space for creative-sharing folks. You'll meet some amazing people
Jonathan is an amazing host and the house is beautiful and very comfortable. The neighborhood is great and has some great cafes and restaurants. Jonathan is very conscious of his guests' needs and makes sure they are comfortable and have what they need. Would recommend this house and the host to everyone!
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About the Host, Jonathan
Hi I'm Jonathan. I'm a parent & an artist. I've lived in Los Angeles for a little over 20 years and in this house for nearly 14. I design and produce a small line of ceramic lamps and collaborate on a few other projects.
I'm really excited about sharing my home and this beautiful, evolving neighborhood with friendly, respectful travelers and future friends. I'll be glad to show you around and make sure you have everything you need.
I think the idea of sharing our places and looking out for each other can change things.