Sited above and away from the street at 2721 Waverly Drive, the one-bedroom, one-bathroom landmark was completed in 1935 for “Victoria McAlmon, a feminist and activist for workers’ rights, and an acquaintance of RM Schindler through their bohemian artistic circle.”
The guest house, measuring 700 square feet, is a testament to the mantra “less is more.” Filled with beautiful light via thoughtfully placed windows, the interior echoes the ensemble of simple lines found in Schindler’s Sachs Apartments, forming a series of defined spaces.
Features include warm wood floors, the original brick fireplace in the living room, and a respectful renovation by the current owner completely re-creating the historic bathroom. For quiet moments there’s a secluded terrace and garden. And you’re in a prime location close to restaurants Little Pine and Blair’s, the shops of Rowena, plus Trader Joe’s, Gelsons, and Whole Foods 365.
Asking $3,650 per month, the rental includes one garage and one driveway space with plenty of street parking for guests.