Los Angeles Rental: Miracle Mile 2BR for $1,795
The Miracle Mile is in a great location in Los Angeles, central to many neighborhoods and offers great public transportation. Plus, in the City of Angels who wouldn't want to live in a miraculous area?The average price for a two-bedroom in the 90036 zip code is $2,769 -- that's quite the savings for the next occupant of this apartment. Not only is it a spacious two-bedroom, but it's located within an area filled with plenty of shops, restaurants and other businesses.
Located on the first floor of a six-unit, French Normandy-style building, this two-bedroom apartment has spacious rooms and plenty of light. All have been painted with attention to the details, highlighing the moldings and, in the dinging room, the chair rail. The kitchen is spacious, with white wood cabinets and matching appliances: You have plenty of room to cook meals for your guests (or unpack the takeout). There are hardwood floors in the living rooms and carpeting in the bedrooms. A long hallway leads from the living room to the bedrooms and separates the communal spaces from the private ones. The apartment doesn't come with private parking, so do note that some time will be spent seeking out street parking.
The Miracle Mile is the area from Fairfax Avenue to Highland Avenue, and from San Vicente Boulevard to about Third Street. It was developed back in the 1920s with cars in mind and is said to be the site of the first timed traffic light. The area is full of great stores, restaurants and cultural opportunities including the landmark El Rey Theatre, LACMA and the Petersen Automotive Museum (maybe you can learn more about the historic traffic light there!).
One particularly good thing about Miracle Mile is that it's located near Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Koreatown -- so you are close to lots of major places with even more options of things to keep you occupied. And the Miracle Mile's location provides great access to public transportation. There is frequent bus service on the main roads like Wilshire, Olympic Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue. And the Metro has a stop at the intersection of Wilshire and Fairfax so you can scoot to downtown or other points while avoiding traffic completely.
This apartment offers an amazing price for the area and you get a spacious, nice living space. A miracle, right?
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