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Overview of West Hollywood

Families or singles looking for homes in the community of West Hollywood find scenic terrain on the northern border that includes the hills and mountains of Griffith Park and Runyon Canyon Park. The city has a long history with the film and music industries and additionally features the famous Sunset Strip. The West Hollywood Gateway Project is one of the largest shopping areas in the area. The city also has a certified farmers market. Dining and nightlife venues are found along Santa Monica Boulevard. The Sunset Strip has a number of famous bars, comedy clubs and nightclubs. The Coast Playhouse and the Greenway Court Theater provide evening entertainment with live performances offered by celebrity stars.

Searching for Houses in West Hollywood

The community attracts families or professionals desiring to live in or share houses for rent in West Hollywood. Some renters might be employed by the Samuel Goldwyn Studios, the Smashbox Studios, TMZ on TV or one of the other entertainment franchises in the area. Families may be interested to learn that educational options in the area include private and public schools catering to students K-12. Formosa and Havenhurst Park are two of the six city open spaces that offer ball fields, swimming pools, playgrounds and other recreation options. Runyon Canyon also has miles of trails that appeal to hikers and cyclists.

Houses for rent in West Hollywood vary in monthly expense according to the size of the home and its general location. However, you can expect to pay anywhere from $1,450 to $1,750 per month for a one-bedroom, one-bath home. Creative individuals can quickly make better use of the space by picking up some helpful hints at the Rent.com blog.