A chic Midcentury bungalow in Historic Hollywood Beach
A charming 3 bed / 2 bath designer beach cottage built in 1957.
tags: rustic, beach house, cabin, barbeque, summer home, dining, white washed, skylights, natural light, wes anderson, steve zissou, life aquatic, nautical
The Beach Bungalow is a sweet little rustic dream drowning in natural light. Sleek vintage styling, whitewashed wood, charming industrial touches and a Wes Anderson nautical dream of a kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances and a wrought iron and reclaimed wood banquet table. The charming front dutch door and curb appeal often stop passersby in their tracks. The cottage is cozy, yet spacious due to its open floor plan.
This is a true California "beach house" dream. One of the last remaining Mid-Century homes in the historic & still "secret" neighborhood of Hollywood Beach (AKA "Hollywood-By-The-Sea") a popular shooting location in the 20's and 30's because of its “desolate” beaches, perfectly located between Malibu and Santa Barbara. The vast and never-crowded beach has incredible views of The Channel Islands.
The living room is beachy yet understated with loads of texture and midcentury modern furniture, handpicked by the interior designer and photographer who lives there. The kitchen, dining area and living space are all open floor plan.
The master bedroom has a queen bed and en suite bathroom with custom 8' french doors which open onto the back patio. The second main bedroom also has a queen bed and custom french doors to the patio. Bedroom 3 has two single beds and a shared bathroom in the hallway between the 2nd and 3rd bedroom.There is plenty of parking nearby so this location is able to accommodate almost any production.
Photo shoots (stills):
Cast & Crew -
3 people or less: $180/hr
4-7 people: $200/hr
8-10 people: $280/hr
11-14 people: $320/hr
15 people or more: Please Inquire
Film shoots: Please inquire for rates.
Cleaning Fee: $175
NOTE: All photo shoots have a 3 hour minimum. Shoots booked with less than 72 hours notice will be charged an additional $100 fee