Among the contributing structures to West Hollywood's Courtyard Thematic District is a cluster of five apartment complexes on North Vista Street all built between 1929 and 1933. According to WeHo's Historic Cultural Resource guide, "each of the structures is a beautifully articulated example of the Spanish Revival style. They exhibit features basic to the style, such as red-clay tile roofs, bracketed narrow eaves, arched windows and entrances and gently hipped roofs. The buildings also possess various elements such as wood balconies and galleries, casement windows, shutters, chimneys, turrets and intriguing weather vanes." If that sort of thing appeals to you, you may be interested to hear that there is an opening in one of the five complexes. Per the Craigslist ad, the available apartment is a 900-square-foot lower unit with one bedroom, one bath, hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace, arched doorways, beamed ceilings, a "large bay window facing a tree-lined street," and garage parking. Monthly rent for the pet-friendly space is $2,195.