Baldwin Hills

Baldwin Hills

Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale

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About Baldwin Hills

Baldwin Hills is a small hillside community. You can find several variations of housing, from Baldwin Hills Estate affluent neighborhood to Crenshaw & Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard with more affordable living. You will find a great shopping mall off of Crenshaw Boulevard and with its deep roots in art, music, and culture you will find it a vibrant and lovely community to live in.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $328,900 to $2,700,000

Closed Prices: $270,000 to $3,330,000

Median Sale Price: $1,175,000

Average $ per sq ft: $585

Association Fee Ranges: $24 to $230, $347 to $487/mo, $0 to $529.09

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1937 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 577 to 6640 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 7 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around Baldwin Hills

Around Baldwin Hills

Along Crenshaw Boulevard and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard there are several options of affordable multi-family living for young families and professionals. For a more quiet part of town you can go up the hill to the south near Baldwin Hills Estate. East of LaBrea Boulevard is a more affluent part of Crenshaw that offers modernistic homes, winding streets, and panoramic views of the city. Go north to Baldwin Vista and north of Coliseum Street, which have smaller homes, while Village Green has multi-family residences that are just south of Jefferson Boulevard that give you many housing choices.

Baldwin Hills offers a great selection of Jamaican and Southern soul food. You can grab jerk chicken and curry goat from a choice of Jamaican restaurants along nearby Leimert Boulevard. You can also go by Crenshaw Boulevard for endless options of eateries that have burgers, fries, pizza, steak, seafood, and desserts like ice cream and donuts. There's more at the Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw Mall than just the food court, find new fine dining restaurants on every level.

Baldwin Hills is a highly walkable neighborhood. You can expect to see a diversified crowd of young families and many hip creatives that include artists and musicians mixed with locals and families that have been around for decades. There are great mom and pop shops and eateries along Crenshaw Boulevard that will welcome you. Many stylish cars drive up and down Crenshaw showing off their latest spinning wheels or low rides.

Spend your Friday going to the movies to see one of the latest theatrical releases in the new theater at the Baldwin Hills Mall. While there, grab a piece of sweet peach cobbler or purchase an original piece of visual art from one of the mall kiosks. Go have cocktails with friends at a local jazz or blues bar along Crenshaw Boulevard, while enjoying a piece of fresh fried catfish that will tantalize your tastebuds.

Hike the trails at Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook Park and get a good view of the Hollywood Sign and the entire cityscape. Then have a picnic brunch afterwards and relax in this peaceful and picture perfect surrounding. Check out the local art scene with many original pieces of visual art and music available to engage all of your artistic sensibilities.

Locals Love

  • Local Shopping
  • Historic Homes
  • Close to Everything

Locals Don't Love

  • Some Gang Activity

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