Enjoy the owner’s Penthouse in one of L.A.’s most important landmark buildings: La Fontaine. Designed by world-renowned architect Leland Bryant, La Fontaine is perhaps the most iconic building in West Hollywood and has provided style and stature to many luminaries and celebrities through the years.
Available for furnished rental for the first time, the Penthouse at La Fontaine is an unexpectedly contemporary apartment in a stunning vintage building with fabulous designer furnishings. Reconceived as a modern living space in the late 1960’s, the unit features almost 3,000 square feet of clean lines and retro chic. The floor plan features two bedrooms and two full baths (one a master suite with Jacuzzi tub and walk-in closet), a separate dining area surrounded by floor to ceiling windows, and a huge living room featuring more than 1,000 square feet with a working fireplace, a wet bar with beverage refrigerator, and an appetizer bar with built-in heaters, making it an entertainer’s dream. The gourmet galley kitchen includes all stainless appliances: dishwasher, wine cooler, double wall oven, gas cook top and refrigerator, with a stackable washer/dryer just off the kitchen.
The unit offers rare privacy for a celebrity or any security-minded resident. The elevator serves only 8 apartments, two on each floor. Exit the subterranean parking garage and take the elevator up to the top floor vestibule shared with just one tenant.
Sweeping views make the space so special: a dramatic, expansive, knockout panorama stretching from the Hollywood Hills to the Pacific Ocean, visible from windows throughout the apartment. Rental comes with a parking space inside the gated garage. There’s an additional laundry facility on site.
La Fontaine sits in the middle of a urban neighborhood with a multitude of entertainment, retail and services within a three-block radius. In less than five minutes on foot, guests can dine at many fine restaurants, enjoy some of West Hollywood’s hottest clubs including XIV, Fubar and Bar Marmont, work out at Crunch Gym, stock the kitchen at Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s, relax at Burke Williams Day Spa, enjoy coffee at several local coffeehouses, visit the Sundance Sunset Theaters or attend one of several film festivals there, see a show at the Laugh Factory, take yoga at L.A.’s best yoga studio, or handle business at the post office, the pharmacy, major banks, shippers, dry cleaners and more.