Nestled in Bixby Knolls, a beautiful LGB neighborhood replete with Spanish and Craftsman homes, this space is a 50s modern delight. 3 B, 2 B, constant sunshine, pool, full kitchen, garage parking. 40 min to LA. 15 min to bch. 5 min to LGB airport
Three large bedrooms with high ceilings and plenty of light from corner windows. Available for your stay In stunning Mid-Century modern home. Two bedroom share a bath and one has private bath. Couch in livingroom folds out into a futon-type bed suitable for 1 adult or two children.
Plenty of amenities, such as full-house access, including kitchen, living room, and outdoor living areas and pool. More pix? Look up filmlb and search residential for 1008-mid-century.
Located in the tree-lined Bixby Knolls section of Long Beach, 6 miles from Cal State Long Beach campus and the ocean. Two and one-half miles from Long Beach City College. Two miles from Long Beach Airport.
One bedroom has a Queen bed, high boy and chest of drawers, mirror, a desk and occasional chairs. Two large closets with sliding doors. a separate dedicated shoe closet and linen cabinets. Pearl colored interior trim and fired clay accent walls. Second bedroom with shared bath. Third with dedicated bath.
Internet wi-fi access available throughout. Rental provides for use of kitchen, pool, living room, patio common space. Rental includes Hulu and Netflix access throughout.
Quiet, lush family neighborhood. Walking distance to shops, restaurants and Trader Joes. Walkable to metro blue line to downtown Long Beach or to Los Angeles. Line 60 Bus service to Artesia Metro Blue Line or downtown Los Angeles runs every 15 minutes.
Bixby Knolls is a walkable neighborhood filled with historic Spanish and Craftsman style homes from the 1930s and 40s. It offers dozens of interesting restaurants, including Lee Yen, Baba Ganoush, Brooklyn Deli, the Factory, EJ Malloys, Hof's Hut, Wilmore Wine Bar, Sushi Boy, Jamba Juice, LeYens, La Taverna, Jongwaards Bake and Broil, and more, all within walking distance....
Long Beach has many exciting destinations to offer, including miles of pristine beach, great shopping, eclectic street food to fine dining.
o Start your downtown tour of Pine Avenue with tapas at Allegria.
o Visit the home of silent movie stars, the striking copper roofed Villa Riviera buildings that sits at the start of the beach bike trail.
o Take in the glitz and glamour of shopping in Belmont Shore.
o Explore the Naples canals by renting a Kayak at Bayshore, or a Duffy at McKennas.
o Take a 10 mile run on the beach.
o Make it a romantic evening with a moonlit gondola ride on the Naples canals.
o If you are passionate about paintings, visit the Long Beach Museum of Art and the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLA).
o Don't forget Retro Row on Fourth Street and Veterans Stadium antique roadium.
o Take a trip back in time to California Rancho days with a visit to Rancho Los Cerritos.
o Have formal tea at Elise's just three blocks away...
o Spend a day visiting the historic Queen Mary.
o Explore the world's largest ocean with a trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific.
o Whale watch or tour Catalina Island.
Accès des voyageurs
Full kitchen, washer/dryer, lovely living room, dining room, pool and outdoor patio. Bring your swimming trunks (not heated however), or your wet suit for winter pool wear....
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Will provide the keys, an intro to the property, information on the washer/dryer and off you go!
Jean is originally from Philadelphia (a Philly Filly) but has lived in and around Los Angeles most of her adult life now, so she is comfortable with both coasts. Now that her son lives in Chicago, Jean's getting to know what happens in between the coastlines!
Jean can give you ideas what to explore and how to best navigate LA's crazy traffic patterns to get there... from the best surfing spots in Palos Verdes, the freshest seafood in San Pedro, to the Grammy museum at LA Live or the Getty on the Westside. She can even create a custom itinerary based on your interests if you like...
A professional writer by trade, Jean has a journalism background and over a decade in marketing and PR before focusing on technical writing and instructional design. In May 2011, she received a Master's of Science in Instructional Design and Technology at CSU Fullerton.
When she's not writing, she likes beach walks, tennis, urban hiking, and exploring the art and architecture of Los Angeles.
She knows the South Bay, Long Beach, San Pedro and greater Los Angeles like the back of her hand -- so if you want kimchi or a kogi taco in Koreatown or Ethopian food on Fairfax, she can direct you to the best!
In fact, Jean has even created custom itineraries for some guests, based on their interests -- sports, music, food, beaches, and more....
My life motto: “It's not getting from A to B. It's not the beginning or the destination that counts. It's the ride in between...This train is alive with things that should be seen and heard. It's a living, breathing something -- you just have to want to learn its rhythm.”
― David Baldacci, The Christmas Train