About Arlington Heights
Current Prices: $750,000 to $3,650,000
Closed Prices: $450,000 to $2,750,800
Median Sale Price: $980,000
Average $ per sq ft: $644
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $477
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1903 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 900 to 4527 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 8 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 7 Bathrooms
Getting Around Arlington Heights
Around Arlington Heights
A diverse collection of residents that represent the greater Los Angeles at large. Although this is a dense section of Los Angeles, there are minimal crowds due to it being mostly residential. The neighborhood does get a little more crowded during the school year as Arlington Heights has an elementary, middle, and two high schools.
There is no shortage of available options in Arlington Heights. Crenshaw Boulevard is known for its wide selection of casual dining options. Gourmet burgers that won't put a hole in your wallet can be found next to some of the best BBQ north of I-10. Along Venice Boulevard, cafes serving dishes like poke tune on beds of mixed greens can be found along with a host of craft beers and cocktails. A short trip to La Brea will take you to some of the best steakhouses in Los Angeles, along with plenty of places to enjoy brunch and a bloody mary.
Due to its being a large and dense residential area, Arlington Heights has plenty of available housing options. The majority of residences are mid-sized condominium complexes with under 20 units and are most commonly seen along West Washington Boulevard and Venice Boulevard. A few midsized single-family homes dot the landscape, but this area is for those who want to live in a dense, urban center.
Head to some of the local brunch spots along Venice or Crenshaw. If going to the beach sounds like an ideal way to spend a Sunday, the Pacific Ocean is only a short drive away. Wrap up your Sunday with a short stroll through Washington Irving Pocket Park.
Heading to the bars along La Brea Avenue is a favorite past time for locals of Arlington Heights, as is heading to Wilshire Boulevard. Wilshire is full of restaurants that are perfect for any mood. The most popular bars here are known for their Trivia Nights or to sit and catch a game. There are also a handful of dance clubs along Pico Boulevard if you're not quite ready to end the night.
- Easy access to other parts of L.A.
- Central location
Locals Don't Love
- Not many restaurants
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