Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale
About Beverly Grove
Current Prices: $639,000 to $4,295,000
Closed Prices: $400,000 to $6,155,000
Median Sale Price: $1,689,000
Average $ per sq ft: $1049
Association Fee Ranges: $251 to $554/mo, $0 to $1082.27
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1920 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 569 to 6300 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 8 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres
Getting Around Beverly Grove
Around Beverly Grove
The overwhelming majority of homes in Beverly Grove are single-family houses, well-maintained duplexes, and low-rise condominium buildings. The inner neighborhood east of San Vicente and north of 3rd Street is perfect for experiencing a quieter, more suburban vibe. However, for those who prefer to be close to all the action, there are countless restaurants and grocery stores east of Fairfax and west of San Vicente. Many younger residents are also drawn towards the northern area of Beverly Grove near Melrose because of its accessibility to popular bars and clubs.
Beverly Grove is not only in a convenient central location, it's also walking distance from many hip and trendy restaurants. You can find an endless amount of culturally diverse cafes, eateries, and dessert shops along 3rd Street. Eat at The Grove's world famous farmers market where you are guaranteed to find a variety of local food vendors that offer barbeque, quiche, and sandwiches. For a more low-key outing away from the crowd of tourist, grab a filling salad on 3rd and Fairfax or a refreshing acai bowl on Melrose.
Residents lining up for a meal at one of the many trendy restaurants on 3rd Street and young parents shopping for their families at an organic grocery store. There is usually a small crowd of tourists waiting to cross the high-traffic main streets and, after school is out, high school students are often seen roaming around the sidewalks.
Beverly Grove's 3rd Street is not only a treasure trove of the latest restaurants; it's also a great place to bar hop. There are several casual Tex-Mex sports bars to spend your Friday night. For a full night of dining, drinking, and comedy, be sure to visit Beverly Grove's Improv where you can hear jokes from up-and-coming comics while enjoying a drink.
Go shopping at the newly renovated Beverly Center and explore the department stores and luxury boutiques with a few friends. For an outdoor shopping experience, head towards The Grove and check out the popular shops there or take a ride on the trolley. A must-see for visitors is The Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Arts, which is located near The Grove.
- Proximity to major shopping centers
- Neighborhood safety
- Easy access to buses and transportation
- Adjacent to main Los Angeles roads
Locals Don't Love
- Frequent road blocks
- Difficult to find parking
- Bumper to bumper congested traffic
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