Located right off Sunset Blvd on the border of Silverlake and Echo Park (best of both worlds!). My favorite thing about the house is the private back yard with shady trees and a fire pit (we have wood). Walk two steps to Sunset Blvd for grocery, coffee/breakfast/lunch/bakery, and go a little farther for restaurants, bars or Echo Park Lake. Very close to 101, 5, 2 freeways. The house is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. No cats (allergy). Dogs usually ok but check first.
In addition to my own private full bathroom accessed from within the bedroom, my room has a full size loft bed and a large sofa underneath so you can sleep up top and lounge on a sofa below in complete privacy in my room (of course you're welcome to hang out in the living room and kitchen areas and back yard). My bedroom opens up through French doors to a very nice small private back yard with trees and a fire pit, table and chairs. I like to read, write, or have a candlelit dinner out here.
Access to washer dryer, full kitchen. Street parking is free and easy close to the house. You can park in the driveway to unload your stuff.
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I have two friendly roommates who are happy to chat with you or leave you alone. We also have a dog named Ripley. Either I or my roommates will introduce you when you arrive so she knows you're family (otherwise she's a heck of a guard dog - very loving though).
- smoking allowed outside/backyard
I'm a writer (film and television - had one independent film produced back in 2011). I love traveling though I need to do more of it (favorite recent trip: Big Sur-CA for Thanksgiving 2014 - on my friend's AirBNB account), independent/art house film (from Ingmar Bergman to Kelly Reichardt), live music (best show ever: Radiohead at Bonnaroo 2006). I enjoy social activities when traveling but will also go solo. I read a lot online, mostly articles about nutrition, psychology, art, philosophy, technology. Airbnb is asking for a quote I like, so I'll go with one I came across today, Hunter S. Thompson giving advice in a letter to a friend: "beware of looking for goals: look for a way of life." Thanks!