Creative people are inspired by my 2-BR Spanish Bungalow in Santa Monica, 8 blocks to ocean, easy walk to Main Street 's boutiques, restaurants, yoga, Sunday Farmer's Market w/music and gourmet breakfasts, 20-min walk to funky Venice Beach and bike path, 30-min walk to vibrant Promenade's restaurants, bars, movies and the SM Pier's spectacular views from the ferris wheel.
1 block to 2 major bus lines, easy ride to UCLA. Walk to classes at Exhale, Vidal Sassoon. 1 block to grocery/liquor store.
Quiet neighborhood. Comfy queen bed, full kitchen, romantic old-fashioned ball-and-claw tub with shower, secluded outdoor dining. Private backyard with comfy chairs to soak up the morning sun! Free WiFi, full cable TV (w/hundreds of free movies on demand), free domestic long distance calls, washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave.
Second bedroom has comfy designer European sofabed with temperpedic pad, desk, couch, lots of light! Add 'l sofa bed in living room. Home can accommodate 4 people. Extra $25/night each for 3rd, 4th persons.
Comes with Charley, my affectionate indoor/outdoor cat, whom you'll feed. No litter box.
A bargain at $200/night, weekly break at $175/night for 7 nights +. $100 cleaning fee + $500 refundable deposit. Min 2 nights. Please specify BUNGALOW in response.
No other charges: FREE WiFI, FREE cable, FREE laundry, FREE on-street parking.
Ask about my cozy studio Casita at the same great location for 1 or 2 people @ $104 - $115/night and my studio Hideaway for 1 or 2 people @ $93 - $98/night.
Your stay at my Bungalow helps support my work to assist Iraqi refugees.
I love offering my home to people who appreciate a great deal at a fabulous location.
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I've lived in Santa Monica for 30 years and love sharing my community with visitors from all over the world! I've served on the Santa Monica Commission on the Status of Women, helped found a major environmental organization (Heal the Bay) and been a leading spokesperson on statewide civil liberties issues. Google me for more info.
Your stay in my Bungalow supports my work to assist Iraqi refugees. Find out more about me at LivingLargeInLimbo dot com.
This is my home, and I'm happy to rent it to vacationers so that I may continue my work oversees with refugees. I've lived in this neighborhood since 1982. I've been renting my home steadily since 2008 and have many returning guests!
This is a clean, safe option in a great neighborhood for budget-conscious travelers -- especially those with children. I come home every 3 months or so and love, just love, sitting outside on the private porch with my morning coffee, smelling the clean, salt air. And, of course, there's Charley, the friendliest cat on the planet!
Walk to world's largest solar-powered ferris wheel, ocean aquarium, boutiques and bars, grocery stores, bus lines, rental car agencies