Beverly Hills Studio Rental Photos and Description
Studio, Studio, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 3)
Studio apartment, tucked away on a grand old Beverly Hills Estate, once home to Joseph Kennedy. Just once block south of the Beverly Hills Hotel, smack in the middle of Beverly Hills' most exclusive neighborhood. Perfect for an individual or a couple looking for an elite address within a tranquil setting. When traveling with a child, request an extra bed. Bright, cheerful, but simple. This apartment is functional and comfortable, not luxurious. Full service kitchen and laundry room. A wall of six French doors look out over a half-acre garden, shaded by tall Eucalyptus trees and lush bougainvillia.
For cocktails walk over to the Polo Lounge. Swim in a salt water ool, or dine under the stars on your own private patio. Within walking distance to all shops and restaurants on Rodeo Drive. Wifi, cable TV, laundry room, on site parking included.
Location Convenience: Offers a centrally located and elite address. Within walking distance to all shops and restaurants in downtown Beverly Hills. 5 minutes from Cedars Sinai Hospital; 7 minutes from the UCLA campus. An easy drive to Venice, Malibu, downtown LA, theme parks and the San Fernando Valley. Also serves as a comfortable home base for day trips to Santa Barbara, Newport Beach, the San Diego Zoo and Sea World. In short, a peaceful oasis in the middle of teeming Los Angeles.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Deborah Blum
I am a documentary writer/director and my husband Dale Herd is a screenwriter. We have three children and have lived in Beverly Hills for twenty years. This Rodeo Drive property has been in my family for two generations. The house has a happy and peaceful vibe.
Deborah Blum purchased this studio in 1989
Why Deborah Blum chose Beverly Hills
Historic property located on one of the most exclusive streets in the world. Safe, beautiful and tranquil neighborhood but centrally located and within walking distance to downtown Beverly Hills.
This house has been in Deborah's family since 1941. Deborah's father was a Hollywood screenwriter who wrote STALAG 17 with Billy Wilder. We bought it from her parents 22 years ago. It's a well known house in Beverly Hills because it's one of two examples of the Craftsman style in the city. People often tell us it's their favorite house in Beverly Hills.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Dear Debbie and Dale... I couldn't have asked for a better location, right in the heart of Beverly Hills and convenient to everything! The studio is cheerful and comfortable. Thanks for your hospitality. I will book again the next time I'm in Los Angeles.