Come live and flourish at Mystic Manor (Villa)
What is Mystic Manor?
- Mystic Manor is a 10,000 sq ft villa (private outdoor areas including pool, hot tub, and fire pit) in Venice, CA bordering Santa Monica
- It was founded in 2019 by Brandon Beachum, host of the Positive Head Podcast
- Previously it was a transformational retreat center, conscious community event space, visionary art gallery, and production studio to Brandon's late night-style show Optimystic
- In March 2020, the Mystic Manor began subleasing rooms that were previously reserved for retreat guests
- Mystic Manor is now a conscious community of creatives, entrepreneurs, and heart-centered humans
- There is plenty of room to enjoy privacy, or connect with others
How much does it cost to live at the Mystic Manor?
- we have various options ranging from $2700-$3000/mo
Would I be a good fit to live at Mystic Manor?
We are seeking other like-minded souls who are...
- committed to self-growth and personal evolution
- seeking a vibey work from home space, or landing pad after a long days work
- clean, respectful, and mindful of the space and other residents
- cleanliness is important to us! Leave no trace and leave every space better than you found it 🙏🏻
If you feel like you’d be a good fit, message us and someone will be in touch with you shortly.
- Shared property
- $3,000 monthly (large/private bathroom)
- $2,700 monthly (large)
- Minimum term
- 6 months
- Maximum term
- Short rentals considered
- Utilities included?
- Fees apply?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # roommates
- Total # rooms
- 23 to 50
- Any pets?
- music, art, yoga, nature, meditation, spirituality, entrepreneurship, self-development
- 6 Females, 1 Male
New roommate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
- Males or females
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