LOS ANGELES — It was never Meah Burstein’s plan to move into her parents’ guest house.

The 26-year-old was enjoying living in downtown Los Angeles with her fiancé, 28-year-old Lenard Gorokhov, far away from the suburbs of Woodland Hills where she grew up. But then COVID-19 hit, and all the things that made living downtown enjoyable suddenly disappeared.

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“We made the call in October of 2020 to move back here,” Burstein said.

They set up home into a one-bedroom guest house above the Burstein family garage.

“We’re in a very blessed…

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