Cypress Park

Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale

About Cypress Park

Cypress Park is a densely populated neighborhood in Northeast Los Angeles. Mt. Washington is to the northeast, the LA River is on the southwest, and Lincoln Heights is to the south. If you're searching for a little taste of Mexican cuisine and culture then you've come to the right place. Residents are very proud of their heritage and their ties to the neighborhood as well.

Quick Facts

Closed Prices: $195,000 to $967,500

Median Sale Price: $789,500

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $386

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

Age: 1907 to 2020

Sq. Ft.: 330 to 2083 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 4 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms

Around Cypress Park

You'll likely see some kids doing random flips running down the street. Parkour has gained a lot of steam in recent years. In the land of murals, Cypress Park has surprisingly a few that you can see in the neighborhood. Keep an eye out for the local artwork where residents show their pride on walls of buildings throughout the area.

Mexican food is the easiest way to describe the culinary scene. Cypress Park has some of the best authentic cuisine in the area. Local restaurants offer a no-frills experience that focuses on the food over the decor. If you're looking for a swanky restaurant in this neighborhood then you're barking up the wrong tree. Grabbing a bite on Cypress Park's Figueroa Street is all about satisfying your stomach over your eyes.

Cypress Park is a fairly affordable neighborhood in the city. It's also one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles and is often described as family friendly. The crime rate is lower than average and the neighborhood's three public schools and one private school are on par with the best in the city. Cypress Park even has land available for development that's typically rare in the city.

Don't neglect the history of this historic neighborhood with breathtaking sights. There are several historical landmarks to see in Cypress Park. Check out the Huron Substation, a Los Angeles Railway traction power substation, built in 1906 and used until 1958 for the Yellow Car system. You can also see the Nickel-Leong Mansion, which is a large antebellum-style, Greek revival mansion.

Cypress Park is dive bar central. Come have a couple of cervezas at a local dive bar that's been immortalized in rap music videos. You can also have a great experience at a bar that serves no hard liquor on Cypress Avenue. Although it only serves beer, it does offer a great selection of brews and the live music keeps the place full. The bar scene in Cypress Park is authentic, which draws in crowds of locals and newcomers to the area.

Locals Love

  • Nightlife
  • Local Cuisine
  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Authentic Neighborhood Vibe

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of Diversity
  • High Crime Rate

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