Thornton Avenue House: Vacation Rental Property in Venice Beach CA
This charming 1400 sq.ft. house provides the finest amenities 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.
Vacation Home in
Venice Beach California
34 Thornton Ave
||3 Bedrooms • Sleeps 8
||1 King Bed, 1 Queen Bed, 1 full Bed, 1 Twin Bed, 1 Sofa Sleeper
||2 Full Bathrooms
||Waterfront - Ocean
||Near a Beach
Located in the Hippest Urban Hotspot of the West Coast between Rose and the famous newly renovated Abbot Kinney district.
Just about two blocks South of Santa Monica and 50 yards from the beach and Venice Walk.
Can sleep up to 8 people. Just two blocks from Santa Monica California, in a renowned artist community, surrounded by a vast array of cultural and entertainment amenities, with shopping, dining, art galleries and antique shops close by. Head west just 50 yards to reach the Venice Boardwalk and the Pacific Ocean. A short stroll to the Santa Monica Pier.
The nearby bike path parallels the Venice Boardwalk and stretches north through Santa Monica and south to Redondo Beach. The deep, white sandy beach offers volleyball, biking, basketball and just about every outdoor activity. Or, head to the water for surfing, kayaking, and deep-sea fishing.
Large master bedroom suite King sized bed.
Spacious second bedroom with Queen sized bed.
Spacious third bedroom with bunk beds a double on the bottom and twin ton top.
Living room is spacious with bumper pool or poker table for your enjoyment.
We can also provide Roll-away bed and or Pac and Play as well as other baby supplies.
To add to your entertainment this house has bikes, boogie boards, beach chairs and beach towels for your use. There is a grill in the back and a lovely front porch to sit and enjoy.
Activities and Special Interests
This property provides access to the following activities and special interests:
» Deep Sea Fishing
» Nightclub and Disco
» Scuba Diving
Other Activities and Interests:
Warner Bros. VIP
» Air Conditioning
» Cable/Dish TV
» Full Kitchen
» Beach Chairs
» Beach Towels
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