One of my favorite parts of what I do is helping buyers find the right neighborhood to suit their lifestyle. Los Angeles has so many fantastic neighborhoods with vastly differing personalities. From quirky neighborhoods like Venice, Silver Lake, and North Hollywood, and personal favorites like West Hollywood and Culver City, to established luxury enclaves like Pacific Palisades, Los Feliz Estates, and Larchmont Village, we're sure to find the right fit together. I'll show you where to find the best deals, the best schools, or even the best dog-friendly hikes. As we explore neighborhoods around Los Angeles together, I'll also point out the best places to eat, the best routes to avoid traffic, neighborhood history and celebrity sightings, and even which neighborhood Farmers Market has the best kettle corn. Below is just a taste of what L.A. has to offer. To explore what neighborhoods are right for you, let's talk.
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FAVORITE NEIGHBORHOODS FOR UPSCALE LIVING
Beverly Grove & Carthay
If you need to be in the thick of it, these neighborhoods of beautiful character homes shaded under tree lined streets has what you’re looking for. Just on the border of Beverly Hills, it’s bustling avenues lead you to The Grove, The Beverly Center, 3rd Street Shops, and an abundance of dining.
This fast growing city has played a legendary role in the movie and television industry. Located on the Westside just a few miles from the beach, it boasts a gorgeous downtown area with delicious food, farmers’ markets, and best of all -- A Trader Joe’s with plentiful parking in a free structure, and 2 more nearby!
A stylish city of pristine boulevards, high end boutiques, galleries, and fine dining. It’s home to the famous Sunset Strip, fashionable Melrose Ave, and world renowned nightlife of the colloquially named, WeHo. With a finger on the pulse of all that is trendy and elegant, you’ll feel like a star coming home.
You’ll be transported to slower times on its little strip of shops until you see a Hollywood star buying vegetables at the weekend farmers’ market. Like living in a small town in a big city, Larchmont Village holds onto the charms of early Los Angeles antiquity with well maintained historic homes and quaint old-town shopping.
If you can handle the price tag, it's quite a treat to live just blocks from the shore and a wonderful little shopping and restaurant district on Main. WIth Santa Monica and Venice on its borders, you’ll have the quintessential SoCal beach towns at your fingertips. Ocean air, cool breezes, limited parking -- things just seem more relaxed here.
Beachwood Canyon & Hollywood Hills
Nestled in the Hollywood Hills - it’s hillside living without the traffic of major thoroughfares like Laurel Canyon. Small pockets of neighborhood shops and restaurants promise a unique and exclusive atmosphere. In what used to be the 1920’s advertised, Hollywoodland community, is now home to the Hollywood sign and has a more relaxed vibe than some of the other canyons.
Griffith Park/Rancho Los Feliz
Live in Griffith Park! A beautiful and prestigious landscape filled with so many of LA’s famous sights. From Shakespeare in the Park and Griffith Observatory to the Greek Theatre and the Los Angeles Zoo -- it’s all at your fingertips. Also, the amazing wooded properties of Fern Dell are a lovely escape from the commotion of the city.
Playa Vista - The Heart of Silicon Beach Living
Located just beside Marina del Rey, this newer planned community of condo complexes is wonderful if you just want everything within a short stroll. Community concerts, events, pools and parks are abound in this little beach town, but the price is steep with high homeowners dues and Mello Roos taxes.
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Mar Vista & Westdale
Hugged by Venice and Santa Monica to the west, and Culver City to the east -- Mar Vista and Westdale are quickly becoming desirable areas for Westside buyers with a budget. Palm trees line the boulevards filled with unique markets and eateries. They’re minutes from the beach, but even closer to affordable.
Beverlywood Adjacent/Pico-Robertson/Crestview/MidCity/Picfair Village
These areas encompass reasonably priced pocket neighborhoods from the westside to further inland towards downtown. They are mostly residential districts filled with charming spanish homes close to a historical theatre and a post office named after Ray Charles. Being towards the center of Los Angeles, you’re surrounded by it all.
Baldwin Hills Vista
One of the lesser known, yet equally alluring and modestly priced communities near Culver City. For hundreds of thousands less than it's Culver City neighbors, you can get a good sized three bedroom, two bath home with a pool just minutes from the shops, restaurants, and arts district of Culver City.
North Hollywood, Toluca Lake, Burbank,...
If you can take the heat of the Valley, it’s worth the more affordable prices. All famous in their own right --these valley gems provide an escape from the bustle over the hill. The proximity to major studios, burgeoning arts scene, and abundance of dining, shopping and nightlife are a major draw for every walk of life.