Silver Lake Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Charming One Bedroom Apt. In The Heart Of Silver Lake
Casa Naranja is a Silver Lake pied-à-terre that offers both working visitors and holiday travelers a serene refuge. It is a cozy, well-appointed, one-bedroom apartment with off-street parking in a small one-car garage (larger cars may have to park on the street). There is a queen-size bed in the bedroom, while in the living room there is a 3/4-size sofa bed suitable for one adult or two small children. The kitchen is modern and the bathroom is stylishly renovated. Off the bedroom is a lovely patio for you to sit in the sun and work on your computer. There is a 42 inch television; cable comes complete with HBO and Showtime and of course wifi.
The apartment is 3 short blocks from Sunset Junction, the hub of Silver Lake where you'll find restaurants, shopping and cafes at the ready. On Saturdays, the Silver Lake Farmers Market is only 5 blocks away. The walk to the Sunset bus is 3 blocks, the Santa Monica Bus is one block away down tree-lined Hoover Street, and the red line subway is also 3 blocks away.
Silver Lake is central to all LA has to offer. Downtown is minutes by freeway, bus or subway. Museums are also minutes away. Adjacent to Silver Lake is Los Angeles's magnificent Griffith Park where you can hike, golf, play tennis and explore the newly renovated LA Observatory. Silver Lake is also home to dozens of fine and fun restaurants. Casa Naranja is 1/2 mile from a Vons (Safeway) and two blocks from a 7-11. So it's easy to prepare your own meals in the apartment's modern kitchen.
Close by is fashionable Los Feliz where you'll find shopping and restaurants on Vermont Ave, Hillhurst Ave and Hollywood Blvd.
Check in time is 4 pm; check out time is 12 noon.
You'll be quite at home in cozy and lovely Casa Naranja.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
I'm a single man; I've lived in Los Angeles, Silver Lake specifically for 15 years. I work in the film and photography industry, like everyone in LA, but weirdly enough, I'm not writing a screenplay