Cozy Central California Coast Bungalow

Cozy Central California Coast Bungalow




Feb 2011

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Cozy 1950's California bungalow. Two bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living room and kitchen. Ideal for a single person, couple, or small family.

The large backyard is one of the benefits of this home. An excellent place to sit outside and enjoy the sunshine with a nice patio area for BBQ and dining.


More about us

  1. We are a married couple in our late 30's/early 40's, who love to travel and explore other areas. Barbara is Director of Operations for a virtual company looking to experience what it would be like to live in different locations, and will likely be working while traveling. Chris is a project analyst for a conservation agency. He is also a sommelier and works for a local wine shop as a side job.

    We are open to short trips and would like to do long-term exchanges (three months or longer).

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Where is it?


At the end a quiet, small road and adjacent to the hillside this property feels like it is in the country. But it is just 5 miles to the beach and downtown Ventura, 13 miles to Ojai, and beautiful 30 mile drive up the coast to Santa Barbara.

Very close to an excellent bike path that goes to the beach and to Ojai. Excellent hiking trails are also nearby. A bus stop is just down the street. A hybrid car is also available for possible use.

Here’s a link to a fun piece about Ventura that I find to be an accurate description:

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