About This Listing
*** November 2013 update ***
I just installed gorgeous high quality bamboo hardwood floor in the whole apartment! (pictures here shows bamboo only in the living room, now also the bedrooms have bamboo flooring)
MANY MORE PICTURES AVAILABLE HERE: (website hidden)
Available: Available Now!
Listing Type: Short or Long Term Rental
Listing Description: Gorgeous and Elegant Furnished Apartment in front of the Park
Bedrooms: 2 bedrooms
Bathrooms: 2 Baths
Lease Type: Flexible lease
Pets: Will consider small pet with deposit
Structure Type: Condo
Unit Details: Upper Corner unit in 79-unit building
Parking: 2-car Garage parking
Amenities: New Carpets, pool, laundry on site, quiet neighborhood, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, balcony, patio, controlled access building, Fully Remodeled & Upgraded Apartment -Italian Touch -Breakfast Counter -Crystal Table -Formal Entryway -Brand New Queen & Cal King Bed -Full of Closets -State of the Art Entertainment System -6 mbits Internet connection -Wireless Internet -2 phone lines -unlimited worldwide calls included -32" High-Definition Sony TV -Cable -DVR -DVD /DVD-Recorder -Media Center -Onkyo Home Theater -9 people Sofa -SofaBed in living room -Enclosed Patio furnished for Home-Office -Heater in the Balcony -Extra Curtains in bedrooms -Paintings -Walk-in Closet -Really Elegant -Jacuzzi -Pool Table -Rec Room -Gym / Fitness Center -Sauna -Tennis Courts -Relaxing Park in front of building (Fox Hills Park) -walking distance to 189 stores of the newly remodeled WestField Fox Hills Mall, Savons, Major Banks -few mins away from Pavillions, Ralphs, IMAX Cinemas, 405/ 90/105 Freeway, La Cienega Sepulveda Centinela -10 min from LAX and the beach -LA Times paper Weekend included -BBQ Area -Sundeck -OnSite Manager & More
SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDED in the RENT
o State of the Art Entertainment System (Onkyo Home Theater)
o 6 mbits Internet connection
o Wireless Internet
o 2 phone lines with bills included
o Unlimited worldwide calls included
o 32" High-Definition LCD TV
o HD Cable included
o Cable High-Definition DVR (Digital Video Recorder)
o DVD Player
o Media Center
o Crystal Table
o New Queen & Cal King Bed
o 9 people Luxury “L” shape Sofa
o SofaBed in living room
o Enclosed Patio furnished for Home-Office
o Heater in the Balcony
o Extra Curtains in bedrooms
o HOA fees included
Paid Amenities: water & hot water & trash & cable & pool service & association fees
o THE TENANT HAS ONLY TO PAY FOR THE ELECTRICITY
Camelot NEW RESIDENTS’ GENERAL INFORMATION
File: New Residents Info 1 Created on 12/13/05
Hello, and welcome to the Camelot Condominium Complex. Below is some information
to help you become oriented to your building and the complex.
1. The Camelot complex consists of five buildings. Your new unit is in bldg._______.
You need to always use your building number plus your unit number when
contacting either our property management company, Real Support Property
Management Co. at (phone number hidden) X 124 or the Camelot office at (phone number hidden).
The Camelot office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.
2. Parking in our Structures: Parking for residents is in assigned, numbered
spaces that legally belong to each unit. (Some units only have one parking space.)
You, any guest, or temporary worker you might have may only park in one of your
assigned spaces. NOTE: Any vehicle parked illegally in another resident’s slot or
in a common area can and will be towed. Retrieval cost averages well over
$100. Rarely is any space available as a rental.
It is your responsibility to learn of your spaces from your real estate sales person (or
rental agent) and the previous owner. If you are a new owner, the slots are also specified
in your escrow papers.
3. Building Entrance Code: Once the Camelot Board has been notified of your
purchase or rental of a unit, and the $200 move-in fee has been paid, we will
program the front entrance security gate of your building with a code number to
work with your home telephone. Only one code per unit is allowed. Building
Entrance Directory: An updated directory listing with your name and entry code will
be posted at the front entrance of your building. The directory does not indicate
your unit number, only the code to call you.
To “buzz” people in who dial your code, press #9 on your telephone. Please
do not allow anyone in that you do not know or are not expecting. If you are aware
that such people (solicitors, etc.) are in your building, promptly escort them out the
front gate and or inform the office.
4. Building Lobby Directory: In the lobby area by the mailboxes, a residency listing
will indicate your last name and unit number. Your name will be placed on your
5. Building Entry Keys and Garage Gate Remotes: Front gate entry keys are
special (oversize) Medeco keys that are tracked and controlled by the Camelot
office. This same key opens the laundry rooms in each building, as well as the
Recreation Room and the gym in Bldg. 4.
An owner/renter resident may only have as many keys and garage entry
remotes as there are bedrooms in his/her unit. Exception: two keys/remotes are
allowed for one-bedroom units. These keys are to be passed from owner to
owner. In certain instances arrangements can be made to receive an additional
key/remote. There is a $30 refundable deposit for keys and remotes.
6. Building Representatives: Each building has a designated resident, a volunteer,
who can help answer any questions you have or to whom you can report any minor Camelot NEW RESIDENTS’ GENERAL INFORMATION
File: New Residents Info 2 Created on 12/13/05
problems, e.g., a burned-out exterior light bulb in a common area, etc. Your
building representative is:____________________________________________.
7. Laundry Rooms: Laundry rooms are in the garage area. Machines do not take
coins. They require a plastic card which can be obtained from the wall-mounted
dispenser near the Building 4 (main building) Recreation Room by the swimming
pool. To get the card, you will need a credit card, as you must first purchase the
laundry card and then program it with an amount of money charged to your credit
card. Instructions are displayed on the wall plus the dispenser’s LED display will
guide you through the steps. At present, the laundry card costs $2.00.
Cost to use the laundry machines is:
washing machines $1.00 per load;
dryers cost $0.25 per load (24 minutes).
HINT: You can program a clothes dryer for extra time by inserting your card
for the first 24 minutes, then remove it and reinsert it a second time to pay for a
second 24 minutes (total 48 minutes). (The time appears after you select a
temperature cycle, e.g., Permanent Press.) The machine’s LED display will then
indicate the total minutes you’ve paid for. Please note these machines are for
residents’ use only.
To report any problems with the washers or dryers please call Web
Service number at (phone number hidden) with the number of the machine.
8. Storage Rooms: There is a locked storage room in the garage area of most
buildings. The special Medeco key for these rooms is available only from a
building representative and can only be checked out for two hours. (A list of the
representatives’ names is posted on the bulletin board in each building lobby.)
Only boxes may be stored—no furniture, bicycles, paints, etc. Boxes must be
marked with the current year, your name, and building & unit number. Labels are
often available at the monthly homeowners’ meeting held on the fourth Wednesday
of each month (currently starting at 7:00 P.M.).
9. Trash Chutes, Garage Trash Room and Recycle Bins: Each floor of our
buildings has a small room (usually near the elevator) with a trash chute leading
down to the larger trash room in the garage area. Only small- or medium-size
bags that are tied shut are to be dropped down trash chutes. Please do not leave
any items in the upper-floor rooms, as there is no pickup from the smaller rooms.
In the garage trash room, there are brown bins that are clearly differentiated
from the blue or green recycle bins. Boxes, glass, empty plastic containers are to
be carried down to the garage area and placed in the recycling bins. All boxes
should be collapsed flat. No food, dead plants, or liquid, etc., should ever be put in
a recycle bin as it ruins the contents. (Contents are compressed into large, dry
“packets” and shipped elsewhere.)
NOTE: If you have any work done in your unit by any vendors, please be sure Camelot NEW RESIDENTS’ GENERAL INFORMATION
File: New Residents Info 3 Created on 12/13/05
to explain the different bins and their location to those personnel. To schedule a
large items to be picked up by Culver City Sanitation Dept., please call (phone number hidden). Trash and Recycling Pickup Schedule: Pickup of the various bins varies by
building. Brown-bin trash is picked up twice a week. Recycling bins are picked up
once a week, on one of the trash bin days. Ask your building representative for
your building’s schedule.
11. Workers in your Unit: Any vendor personnel you hire to work in your unit must
park on the street unless you let them park in YOUR parking space(s). Exception
– if you have arranged with a neighbor for parking access. If such personnel park
in a common area or in another resident’s space, they will be towed.
NOTE: At present, vendors may only work from 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Your vendors must take away any bulky residue such as old carpeting, blinds, etc.
They are NOT to fill any of our bins with bulky trash residue. Please be aware that
you can be fined if they fail to comply with this.
HINT: When scheduling workers, it is helpful for you to be aware of city
parking restrictions near your building (e.g., which days of the week vehicles can
be ticketed due to city street cleaning activity).
12. Plants; Many of us like to have plants for our patios or balconies or outside our
unit doors or railings. All plants must have sturdy drain pans so that no water
overflows onto a deck or tile walkway, patio, or balcony floor, or down to a lower
level. Plants must be on some type of stand so that there is air flow beneath the
pots. Plants may not hang over the outside edge of railings, especially if this would
place them over a walk area or where gardeners periodically work.
13. EMERGENCY: To report some type of emergency to a common-area,
contact the emergency number at Real Support Property Management Company
(phone number hidden)). You should also report the problem to the Camelot office manager
or to a Board member to keep us informed. (Board member names are posted on
your lobby bulletin board.)
A common area is an area used by or accessible to residents or visitors in the
complex. An emergency is something occurring that is currently hazardous or
damaging to property or people.
It is essential that you understand the difference as to what constitutes an
emergency and WHO TO CALL! A plumbing problem in your unit is not a
common-area emergency (unless you live on the first floor and water is backing up
into your unit). (Please see your Rules and Regulations booklet for greater detail
about water problems.)
Do not call the general office number of Real Support to report an
emergency as you are often routed to someone’s voice mail. That message
may not be picked up for days.
When you contact Real Support Emergency, someone will coordinate with their
handyman or another person to help you.
I've no fault on the cancellation, just the previous tenant did not return the keys of the apartment to my property
manager while I was out of town, and they forcedly (and illegally) stayed in
the apartment, therefore I couldn't accomodate the new guest sadly :(
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