Maybe some vampires like the whole crypt and graveyard aesthetic, but this one thinks that's stupid. A crypt doesn't have internet access, a fridge, a microwave, running water, or a bed. Not unless she moved them in, anyway, and that sounds like a pain. Much more comfortable to just get a little affordable cottage that only had two unfortunate murders in it, invest in some very thorough shutters (that are subtly nailed shut) and heavy curtains, and call it a day. Or a night. As it were.
She didn't commit the murders, though if she'd known how nice the cottage was, she might have. It's a nice cottage. She likes it. It would be worth the headache involved with killing people to get, but luckily for her, someone else took care of that, and she didn't have to take care of the bodies. Instead, she can just sit at her desk and drink a mug filled with recently-microwaved blood, and finish working out the kinks in the code for this website she's been paid to design. Work as a freelance web developer pays the loan payments on the cottage (she'll have it entirely paid off long before she needs to get a new identity due to immortality, she worked out the math) and then the bite shop and her other freelance work pay for all of her nice things.
It's a comfortable life. Or, well. Not-quite life. Whatever it is, she plans for it to last forever.