This Classic Spanish Style House sits on a street lined with palm trees and parrots. It boasts all the features that tourists desire: teracotta roof tiles, hardwood floors and tons of windows. Situated in Midcity, the Spanish House gets you to all points of the city in minutes with the least traffic. Midcity is awesome because it is a pivot point. You can move in any direction and find yourself in the thick of things.
The Classic Spanish Style House is a piece of vintage Los Angeles, built in the 1920's. It is not a converted garage nor a mother-in-law nor an apartment. It is a stand-alone house that feels like a true domicile. The house has features you can't get with modern construction: moldings and a profusion of big bright windows that let in the light A porch with arch-ways that recall the Moorish influence of Southern Spain serves as an entryway that sets the tone. Small touches like teracotta accents evoke nostalgia for the colonial era when California was a Mexican stronghold. The interior decoration stands in counterpoint to the nostalgia for the venerable and ancient: it channels a midcentury modern aesthetic with clean lines and shiny chrome surfaces.
Guests can access any space in the house.
Interaction with guests
I am your next door neighbor. So I'm always available to help you. But if you arrive and I am not there, I have installed a keyless entry with a code.
This host has 4 reviews for other properties.View other reviews