Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale
About Glassell Park
Current Prices: $375,000 to $1,213,000
Closed Prices: $400,000 to $2,250,000
Median Sale Price: $1,145,000
Average $ per sq ft: $648
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $386, $260/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1895 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 450 to 3554 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 5 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres
Getting Around Glassell Park
Around Glassell Park
Where you want to live in Glassell Park depends on how close you want to be to the Rio de Los Angeles State Park. If you don't mind putting some distance between you and the park, it might be better for you to live farther away. San Fernando Road, the neighborhood's western boundary, has several strip malls and Glassell Park Elementary School. The neighborhood is bisected by the Glendale Freeway, which can create some congestion in the immediate area.
There are some great Mexican restaurants in Glassell Park, especially along the well-trafficked San Fernando Road and Division Street. If that doesn't appeal to you, there are also some excellent donut shops in the area. You can also find some diners, interesting cafes, and burger spots serving some of the best meals the area has to offer. Aside from all that, there are also some fast food restaurants in Glassell Park if you want something quick.
Glassell Park is simultaneously urban and rural, with bustling shopping centers next to miles best hiking trails. Locals run some errands in one of the many shops throughout the neighborhood. Glassell Park also has eight elementary schools, two middle schools, and a high school. The northwestern side of Glassell Park is primarily industrial.
The nightlife of Glassell Park is energetic and exciting. There are craft beer bars, live music venues, dive bars with pool tables. Eagle Rock Brewery, located on Roswell Street, has a taproom, allowing residents to sample local beer in a casual and low-key environment. Glassell Park also has multiple galleries, nightclubs, and even a drive-in movie theater.
There are always plenty of ways to relax on a Sunday in Glassell Park. Start out the day with a cup of coffee and a pastry at the Lemon Poppy Kitchen, a local favorite. The local public pool offers a great place to swim, relax, and spend time with friends and family. There are also great museums if you want to learn the history of Glassell Park, including the Historic Southwest Museum and the Heritage Square Museum. The Griffith Observatory is also just a short drive away.
- Exciting nightlife and plenty of history and culture to learn as well as enjoy
- Fantastic weather, hard to find a cloudy day even if you spend a lot of time here
- Plenty to do in the area, including observatories, museums, shows, and a beach
- Proximity to the city makes it easier to get what you need at home without traveling too far
Locals Don't Love
- Only one university in the neighborhood can be a problem if you’re of college age
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