About Chesterfield Square
Current Prices: $665,000 to $1,050,000
Closed Prices: $510,000 to $988,000
Median Sale Price: $655,000
Average $ per sq ft: $653
Association Fee Ranges: $0
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1922 to 1956
Sq. Ft.: 811 to 1717 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 2 to 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 3 Bathrooms
Getting Around Chesterfield Square
Around Chesterfield Square
In Chesterfield Square, you'll see Angelenos bustling about the strip mall getting their shopping done for the week. Craftsman-style homes - which surged in popularity in the early 20th century - are in abundance here. Chesterfield Square Park and Van Ness Recreation Center attracts the neighborhood's more active residents. The neighborhood also has two elementary schools and a middle school.
Chesterfield Square has plenty of diversity when it comes to cuisine. There are restaurants serving cuisines from all around the world, including Creole, sushi, and Mexican. You can also find restaurants serving more traditional American food and the local California cuisine. Most of the culinary options in this neighborhood are around the strip mall, where residents can find BBQ, Chinese, and American restaurants. Chesterfield Square also has great places for dessert as well, whether you want a warm cookie or some cold ice cream.
Chesterfield Square is known for the strip mall that is located on Western and Slauson Avenues. Because of this, the main factor in where to live in Chesterfield Square is whether you want to stay closer to the strip mall. Chesterfield Square is predominantly modest single-family homes developed on large lots, at least relative to the rest of Los Angeles. Traffic-weary residents would be best served by avoiding living next to the strip mall, although Chesterfield Square is not as gridlocked as the rest of the city.
On a Sunday in Chesterfield Square, you might want to go to the local shopping center that is the main attraction for residents. People come from all over the city to shop at the local shopping center in Chesterfield Square. Go for a leisurely stroll through the neighborhood's namesake park after brunch on Florence Avenue.
Chesterfield Square has an active and exciting nightlife. Most of the neighborhood's nightlife options are along Western Avenue, which has sports bars and restaurants. For a low-key evening, residents will peruse the shops along Slauson Avenue. Farther south along Western Avenue are plenty of bars and restaurants in the Gramercy Park neighborhood.
- Plenty to do, even on a Sunday, so you won't get bored
- Parks and recreational areas make it easy to enjoy the local natural beauty
- Local shopping center is fun and exciting, making getting groceries an experience instead of just an errand
- Enjoyable nightlife with good alcohol and interesting people
Locals Don't Love
- Only two or three companies provide public transportation
- Only a few schools for any age of students in the neighborhood itself
- General lack of public transportation can make it hard to live here
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