Would you rather rent an Echo Park bed cave or buy a condo near rock music history?

Readers skimming the Craigslist housing ads have come across a few interesting finds. First, a Buddhist/singer/Apple store worker who chants “a lot” wants to share her one-bedroom bungalow that features a big living room, a porch/office space, backyard and …

“A cool crawl space that could be converted into a bed cave.”

Sharing the bungalow and bed cave will cost $500 a month.

Meanwhile, in Angeleno Heights, the brokers selling $395,000 (and up) units in the still under-construction Brownstone Lofts are promoting the project’s proximity to some nearby attractions, including Dodger Stadium, Disney Hall and an Echo Park apartment building that once served as home to some rock music legends:

“Take it easy – Glenn Frey, Jackson Browne and
J.D. Souther lived at 1020 Laguna in echo Park. Here Jackson Browne wrote the song ‘Take it easy'”

Brown lived in a studio apartment below Frey and Souther, who shared a one-bedroom unit for $60 a month during the early ’70s. No mention if any units included a bed cave.

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