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West Hollywood

West Hollywood is a thriving, diverse community on the leading edge of culture, entertainment, and design – and is home to the internationally reknown Pacific Design Center. Minutes away is the Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre, The Getty Center, and Dodger Stadium. The uniquely compact city boasts the Sunset Strip, Santa Monica Boulevard, Robertson, and Melrose; truly Los Angeles Mecca for fashion, fine dining, unparalleled nightlife, and the world-renowned entertainment industry.

Incorporated in 1984, West Hollywood has been instrumental since its start in achieving cultural, environmental, and political breakthroughs. An incredibly influential area, West Hollywood continues to be recognized for its progressive, diverse and innovative atmosphere.


One of Los Angeles most desirable districts, Hollywood’s fame is rooted in its cultural identity, peerless entertainment industry, and historical significance as the origin of American cinema. Hollywood is consistently the host of major events such as the Academy Awards and is the paramount tourist attraction with Hollywood Boulevard, the Walk of Fame, and the Hollywood Bowl. From the red carpet to Hollywood’s 130-acre national park, Runyon Canyon, this vibrant community radiates its authentic prestige.

Hancock Park

Hancock Park is a historic and affluent neighborhood in Los Angeles, which was developed in the 1920s by the Hancock family with profits earned from oil drilling. The residential community is centrally located in the city and is bound by Wilshire Boulevard, Melrose Avenue, Higland Avenue and Rossmore Avenue. Unusual for most LA neighborhoods, residences in Hancock Park tend to be set back from the street, most power and telephone lines are buried, and fences are a rarity. It is located near both the Wilshire Country Club and the Los Angeles Tennis Club. The average household income of its residents consistently ranks among the highest in the United States and Hancock Park continues to be one of the most desirable areas in all of Southern California to live.

Los Feliz

Richly immersed with history dating back to the nineteenth century, Los Feliz is located just south of the Santa Monica Mountains and is adjacent to Hollywood. The area features the Griffith Observatory, the Greek Theatre, and the Los Angeles Zoo. Los Feliz is a welcoming and cohesive creative community recognized for its chic sophistication.

Silver Lake

The hilly neighborhood of Silver Lake can be found east of Hollywood and northwest of Downtown Los Angeles. Silver Lake is the home of its namesake reservoir and its reputable music scene. The community is both socioeconomically and ethnically diverse bringing it tremendous character.

Echo Park

Echo Park is one of Los Angeles most long-established neighborhoods, finding its origin in the late 1880’s. Its rolling hills and steep bluffs enrich this prime location featuring Craftsman-style homes, Spanish-style bungalows, and modern architecture. This Eastside enclave is the home to the annual Lotus Festival, the Cuban Festival, and historic Filipino town as well as many famous residents.

Mt. Washington

Founded in 1909, Mt. Washington is located on the eastside of Los Angeles neighboring Glassell Park, Eagle Rock, Highland Park and Montecito Heights and its close proximity to both Pasadena and Downtown Los Angeles have made it popular for homebuyers. It is known for the many 1950s and 1960s modernist homes that can be found here. Recently the area has become a more affordable alternative to the more pricey Westside.

Highland Park

Highland Park is one of the oldest settled areas of Los Angeles and is located between the Mt. Washington hills, the San Rafael hills and the Monterey Hills. It is known for its large parks and the Southwest Museum, which houses a vast collection of Native American artifacts said to be one of the largest in the nation. The area is known for its original Craftsman homes and is located conveniently between Mt. Washington and Pasadena.

Eagle Rock

Eagle Rock is located 8 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles real estate and nestled in a pastoral valley between the Linda Vista and San Raphael areas of Pasadena to the East, and the city of Glendale to the West. Residential architecture includes classic Craftsman, Bungalow, and English Tudor to name but a few. Additionally, a strong residents association know as TERA {the Eagle Rock Association) focuses on preserving and improving the quality of life in Eagle Rock. Some TERA activities include The Eagle-Rockdale Community Garden and Art Park, and the Eclectic Eagle Rock Home Tour.


The City of Pasadena is home to the Tournament of Roses and Rose Parade, the Rose Bowl, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology. The city’s popular shops and restaurants, many of them in Old Town Pasadena, blend comfortably with tree-lined streets, distinctive neighborhoods with wonderful real estate, historic buildings and a vibrant cultural scene. Pasadena is a world-class model of a successful urban community, and its distinctive quality of life is exemplified by its unparalleled beauty, culture and diversity.


With its own history and traditions, including an annual old fashioned days parade and more, Altadena offer residents beautiful views from hillside Los Angeles homes in one of Southern California’s oldest – and highest residential areas. Altadena is a multi-ethnic and cross-cultural community with a Mediterranean-type climate and includes the historic landmark Christmas Tree Lane.

La Canada Flintridge

With the San Gabriel Mountains providing a dramatic backdrop, La Canada-Flintridge represents the very best of California living. Although the city is only 20 minutes from downtown Los Angeles, it maintains a small-town atmosphere with a sense of shared values that touches every resident. Tree-linked streets, rolling lawns, and colorful flowers surrounding the beautiful La Canada-Flintridge homes set a standard of gracious living in this glen between the hills.