The Getty Villa
The Getty Villa
1 bedroom, 1 bath, king bed, private patio, washer, dryer, private gated entrance, WiFi internet, FiOS TV, 100% solar powered, maximum occupancy 2 persons.
1 bedroom, 1 bath, queen bed, washer, dryer, patio, access to walk street, private desert garden in back, private grassy yard in front, private gated entrance, two off-street parking spots, WiFi internet, Time Warner cable. AC. Maximum occupancy 2 guests.
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, queen bed, private patio, washer, dryer, private gated entrance, WiFi internet, FiOS TV, 100% solar powered, maximum occupancy 2 persons.
30Quintessential California living in this stunning new hi-tech architectural home with lush garden. Walk to bars & cafes on Rose Av and Whole Foods, bike to beach in 5 min. Use of our 2015 Nissan Leaf electric car or 2016 Tesla Model X electric SUV can be arranged.
A three minute walk from the beach, a four minute walk from hip Abbot Kinney Boulevard. Relax, recharge your batteries, and unwind. Private off-street parking.
Two bedrooms and one bathroom, with a shower/tub combo. Each bedroom has a queen size bed. There is a fully equipped kitchen, wireless internet and TV with Time Warner cable.
The washer and dryer, BBQ grill and a patio ready for outdoor dining in a relaxed garden setting are shared with the other three units.
Assigned off-street parking for one car.
The Getty Villa in the Paicific Palisades is the original location of the J. Paul Getty Museum and now the branch that houses the Museum’s collection of ancient classical art, with approximately 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities. Over 1,200 works are on view in 23 galleries devoted to the permanent collection, with five additional galleries for changing exhibitions.
With objects dating from 6,500 B.C. to A.D. 400, the collection contains monumental sculptures as well as artifacts of everyday life.
The galleries are arranged by theme and include Gods and Goddesses, Dionysos and the Theater, and Stories of the Trojan War, among others. This approach enables visitors to view the artworks in the context of their use in classical societies, encouraging a deeper understanding of the ancient world.
Changing exhibitions feature loans from renowned collections around the world; reflect the collaborative work of the Getty Research Institute, Conservation Institute, and the Museum; and often incorporate works from the Getty Research Institute collection.
The building itself is a recreation of a first-century Roman country house, the Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum, Italy.
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Los Angeles, California 90272
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