West Hollywood House Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms, Convertible bed(s), Sleeps 6
This is a beautifully renovated Hollywood Bungalow, with all the character you would expect and all of the luxuries that a fine hotel would offer. The pictures provide a glimpse of the comforts that living in the heart of Hollywood can provide. The bungalow is close to the Melrose district; Hollywood and Highland, the Walk of Fame; Runyon Canyon trails; and the historic Farmers Market at The Grove.
The kitchen and patio are an entertainer's dream. Business travelers will find it perfect for a cocktail party to impress their colleagues, while families will enjoy a lazy afternoon barbecue under the shade of the apricot tree. The kitchen has been completely upgraded to include granite counter tops and stainless steal appliances all designed for someone who loves to cook. The home is in an urban area, but on a quiet residential street.
We offer one reserved parking space in the driveway. We also have two parking passes for additional street parking.
A single family home with great outdoor space to soak up the Southern Californian sun! Each bedroom has a comfortable queen bed with just the right support for a restful night. We use high thread count linens for a sumptuous feel. The sofa in the living room folds out to a queen size bed as well.
The property is located blocks from everything you come to Hollywood for: restaurants, shopping, and star gazing. Hollywood is a great base for seeing all of Los Angeles. It's convenient to Downtown Los Angeles, Hancock Park, Larchmont, Melrose, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, the famed Southern California Beaches, Universal Studios and the San Fernando Valley (including Studio City, Toluca Lake, Burbank, Sherman Oaks, Valley Village, North Hollywood, etc.)
This is a dog friendly property.
We are a gay friendly property.
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- pets considered
- children welcome
- alternative lifestyle
- limited accessibility
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
About Scott Campbell
I moved here from the Northwest 13 years ago, in hopes of finding the quintessential Spanish bungalow. I was lucky enough to find one that was originally built by the Hollywood Studios to be used by their actors while filming. Much as the Hollywood Studios intended then, I have spent my time here turning my home into a place to entertain valued friends.
Scott Campbell purchased this house in 1999
Why Scott Campbell chose West Hollywood
Hollywood has a special allure for travelers and residents alike. When I came to California, I wanted to be in the middle of everything. Hollywood was the obvious choice.