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Small Permie cottage for rent in Los Angeles $825

 
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I have three small houses on a city lot and the smallest is available. Private room with bathroom/ private entrance. There is room to grow/garden-urban style. Creative alternative spaces also ok. Located in Lomita which is in the far South Bay region of Los Angeles near the beaches & harbor. Cob rocket oven coming soon!
Close to public transportation and Whole Foods/Trader Joe's and Fresh N Easy.
Anyone travelling by that needs a short-term rental is also welcome to contact me - the most unsustainable element in my life is the mortgage.


 
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Bookmarked as the company my husband now works for is based in Los Angeles so we might be looking for a short term rental at some point.
 
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Lomita is a nicer part of the LA area.
I had family in Redondo Beach, and I lived in San Pedro for several years.
Lomita is about half way in between.

 
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Lomita is on the border with San Pedro and it is nice street. It's at the foothills of Palos Verdes. Originally farmland, my place is from 1926 in bungalow style. I tried posting a picture but that did not seem to work.
I am also considering moving into the small place and let out the larger (relatively) 2bed / 1 bath house as well. This is a transitional time for me so not sure which way I'll end up. The right way, I'm sure
Thanks for the bookmark!
 
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