Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday apartment in Beverly Hills - Estate Guest house
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, sleeps 4
Guesthouse on Beverly Hills Estate, one block south of the Beverly Hills Hotel. European charm, modern conveniences at an elite address tucked away on a grand old estate once home to Joseph Kennedy. Large windows, light filled rooms, hardwood floors and a compact but full service kitchen. Functional and simple decor. The bedroom flows into a sitting room with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the garden. Orignally a two bedroom, walls have been knocked out to open the space. The living room area is large and open and at night two single beds convert the space into a second bedroom. The balcony looks out over mature eucalyptus trees and a meadow of green. Swim in the estate's saltwater pool, or dine under the stars on your own private balcony. Bask in the luxury of Beverly Hills' most exclusive neighborhood. For cocktails walk over to the Polo Lounge. Enjoy the tranquility of a residential neighborhood that is within easy walking distance to shops and restaurants on Rodeo Drive
Location Convenience: Offers a centrally located and exclusive address. Within walking distance to all shops and restaurants in downtown Beverly Hills. 5 minutes to Cedars Sinai Hospital; 7 minutes to the UCLA campus. An easy drive to UCLA, 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 blissful oasis in the middle of teeming Los Angeles. The perfect way to vacation with children.
features: The apartment is functional and simple, not luxurious. Offers Wifi, central air, flat screen TV on site parking and laundry room.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- 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 apartment 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.