Beautiful 1930's outbuilding converted to a cozy 400 sq foot studio w/ loft. Kitchen, bathroom w/shower, a spacious garden type detached space. Queen bed in loft big enough for two. Hollywood Hills location beneath the Hollywood Sign. Hiking and horseback riding nearby. Public transportation 1/4 mile away.
'Jasmine Cottage' is located in Historic Hollywoodland 1/4 of a mile above the gates, this cottage is set back off the street in a quiet neighborhood known for it's European style architecture. The main house has been featured in magazines, The L A Times and several 'storybook cottage' architectural books. The stamped tin ceilings of the rental cottage, extensive use of wood, exposed beams, leaded windows, etc were an attempt to stay in the '30s Hollywood style. This is a perfect space for two people...one bed!
The rental cottage and it's outdoor entrance patio area are included.
The main house and yard are private and excluded.
We are on the property pretty much 24/7 and happy to assist you in any way we can. We've lived here for 40 years and know the area pretty well. Having said that we value and respect you privacy and will do everything we can to insure it while you're here.
You can walk out the door and hike through the hills for miles. Jack and his faithful dog, Louie are avid hikers and know all the local trails and would be delighted to share their favorites. The Sign, Maddona/Wolf Castle hike above Lake Hollywood, Mt Cahuenga and all of Griffith Park are nearby. There are 8 sets of 'historic' staircases...a 176 step monster 3 houses up the street if that's what you like and I can give you a route over them that will take care of your cardio for the day! It's unusual to run into anyone using them at the same time, unlike other parts of town.
On the other hand, you can walk 1/4 mile down the hill to the Beachwood Cafe, the Beachwood Market or the Cleaners for any of their services...or catch the bus down the hill to Hollywood and Vine (across from the Pantages Theater...'Warhorse, Book of Mormon, Lion King, etc) where you can walk the length of Hollywood Boulevard all the way down to The Chinese Theater and the Dolby Center (Oscars). The bus connects to a subway, The Metro that can take you downtown to historic Olivera Street and the birthplace of Los Angeles for some tasty Mexican cuisine, or China Town or Little Tokyo nearby. Take the Metro north two stops to Universal City with all their rides, attractions, restaurants and movies. (My favorite eatery there is Buca di Beppo for family style Italian!)
Bus, Metro, cabs, shuttles are all available here. If you have a car be sure to get a gps.
And we'll be happy to help you sort it out if needs be.
Santa Monica Beach is 1/2 hour away and the Venice Boardwalk is a must see. Hollywood Forever Cemetery is about 3 miles away...lots of stars buried there and they have movies and all kinds of functions at night. You'll hear coyotes howl sometimes at night and loads of owls. This is one of the best places to go birding in the USA....it's kind of like being out in the country in the middle of the city.