View Park was developed in the 1920’s as an upper-middle- class neighborhood akin to Cheviot Hills, Brentwood, Carthay Circle and Palos Verdes. It contains a superb collection of houses in the Spanish Colonial and Mid-Century Modern styles, most of which remain today. It’s bordered by Stocker and Baldwin Hills to its North, La Brea and Ladera Heights to its West and Overhill/Northridge and Windsor Hills to its Southwest.
View Park, just recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a prestigious residential neighborhood with rolling hills and often wonderful views of the city, mountains and sometimes the ocean. Prior to this designation, View Park remained relatively unknown because many of the folks who purchased homes there in the ‘60’s still live in those very same homes – amazingly! As the older generation is moving on, younger buyers have been flooding to this area over the past few years. The face of View Park is changing to become a true representation of Los Angeles.
Homes remain affordable and vary in size and layout. From estate-like million dollar homes to modest 3-4 bedroom starter homes, this neighborhood has something for everyone and should not be missed if you are looking for a prestigious yet down-to-earth community nestled in the hillside. Because of its prestige, View Park has attracted the likes of many doctors, attorneys, judges and celebrities.
View Park is centrally located for easy access to the Westside, Marina Del Rey, Culver City, LAX and Downtown. View Park is also conveniently located near popular state park, Kenneth Hahn, which features a stocked lake, hiking trails with panoramic views; Japanese garden, play and picnic areas; grassy well-maintained soccer and baseball fields, walking and dog parks. View Park also has over 17 active block clubs and a large neighborhood association. This hidden oasis has been a well-kept secret for decades;however, it is quickly becoming a preferred neighborhood for many Westsiders. In fact, View Park continues to be featured in CurbedLA and The Los Angeles Times as one of the hottest neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
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