Fabulous Guest House: huge two level charming house, on the quiet secluded Warner Brothers historical park-like estate grounds in Beverly Hills. Ideal for a single or couple, although in the living room there is a double-bed sleep sofa. The Guest House was the home to many Hollywood actors over the years, most notable was Marilyn Monroe who lived here for six months. A nearby hotel charges $ 1,500 a night for a bedroom suite, compared to our two-story amazing Guest House with tennis court and a retreat of peace and quiet right outside your front door!
You will find every comfort within its walls. Upon entry to the two story house, you are greeted by the kitchenette with mini-fridge and breakfast table, where many a meal can be enjoyed with a bathroom and large stone-lined walk-in shower. A walk up the staircase, delivers one to the spacious living area with faulted high-ceilings and open spaces. Couches and a flat screen HD television ( with full HBO, Showtime, etc. ) are at your leisure's beck and call.
Or perhaps you would like to take a seat and kick your feet up on the sunny balcony, overlooking the property's manicured and splendid grounds. If a little work is desired, there is a large desk office area with immediate online WiFi service. Beyond the living room, the bedroom can be found. A grand queen-size bed awaits your slumber. A large walk-in closet and dresser provide plenty of organizational opportunity. And yes, this guest house features one and a half of arguably the most important necessity of any living quarters: upstairs and downstairs bathrooms.
So if you are ready to experience the luxury of the Beverly Hills 90210, in a space offering maximum comfort levels, including a koi fishpond with waterfalls, tennis court, well, you need not look any further, just two blocks from the Beverly Hills Hotel, Sunset Blvd. and the entertaining Sunset Strip, and minutes away from the heart of all the finest Beverly Hills high-end boutiques, shops, restaurants and driving on Sunset Blvd. to The Getty and ocean beaches as well.