Santa Monica Apartment Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Mezzanine office, roof Deck. Sleeps 4-6 comfortably
'Santa Monica named One of the Top Ten Beach Cities in the World' - National Geographic.
' One of the Worlds Top Ten Cities for Foodies' - Forbes Mag.
' One of Americas Best Farmers Markets' - Travel and Leisure
'Santa Monica Makes Top 10 Piers List .The list, compiled by Coastal Living, rated the best piers in the country for fishing, sightseeing, and other salty pleasures.
March 21, 2013 -- The Pacific Wheel on the Santa Monica Pier has been dubbed one of the “world's coolest” Ferris wheels in the March issue of Travel + Leisure Magazine.
We only rent for 4 weeks or more
This residence (2000 sq. ft.) was completely and tastefully restored in 2003. Located 3 short blocks to Santa Monica Beach this furnished unit comfortably sleeps up to 6 people and is in the center of trendy Ocean Park which boasts many upscale Boutiques and Restaurants.
This unit has 2 bedrooms and a mezzanine/office. The Master suite has a California king size bed, fireplace, 40' LEDTV, and French doors entering the gardens. Relax in the master Jacuzzi bath complete with a spa tub for two and a steam room/shower for two. Fully furnished kitchen the finest. Viking Stove, Viking Refrigerator, Microwave and Miele Dishwasher. Toaster, Juicer, Blender. A chefs set up.
The living room has a 32' HD Flat Screen TV with DVD/CD Player.
A letter of Reference:
Honestly, I can only give John McCormack's house the highest
recommendation. It is a beautiful, spacious, airy, sun-filled,
elegantly-designed-yet-totally-comfortable house with a lovely garden
and charm galore. The architectural work of art--the master bedroom
and bath--is absolutely luxurious. There's a soaking (Jacuzzi) tub
and a large shower that also has a steam room setting. The gas
fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom add so much cozy
feeling to the place, which, in February, could be a plus, since at
that time of year in Southern California, the night air at the beach
tends to get pretty chilly.
John is a gracious host/landlord, who checks in with his tenants
regularly (eager to answer questions about the house or accommodate
any needs--within reason--as they may come up). He is quite
friendly, but respectful of one's privacy, too. He's thoughtfully
stocked his kitchen well (we like to cook/entertain--so that's been a
wonderful bonus), and there are plenty of towels and linens for
myself, my husband, my 9-year-old son, and my father-in-law who is
staying with us for a two month visit, which is the reason for our
having rented this lovely place for a short-term stay.
I don't know how familiar you are with the Ocean Park neighborhood,
but the house's proximity to Main Street can't be beat. I roll out
of bed for a 6am yoga class (at a terrific studio btw, Yoga works) a
half a block away, the hip/organic people-watching hot spot, Urth
Cafe is literally on the corner, a raw food restaurant and Peet's
Coffee (so much better than Starbuck's!) are all within steps of the
house, as well as lots of little shops, a bodega-like grocery store,
a tiny little gelato place AND a Ben and Jerry's. There's a neighborhood farmer's market every Sunday morning, which is also a happenin' event, as well as the historic little library nearby, which is sweet and terribly convenient. There is a $2000 Security Deposit
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
John P. McCormack
Im a retired actor.I live here and share my home with my son, travelers and vacationers. We are blessed to be living here in this great little Beach side neighborhood. We have Surf Shops, Restaurants and plenty more....and 3 blocks to the beach. People always ask me where Im going to retire....the answer is right here.
First of all I came to LA to be Act. Real Estate came after that. Once I realized I would be here for a while I started looking. To me California was and always will be synonymous with the Pacific. this neighborhood is eclectic. Now 19 years later we are still here.