Griffith Park

Griffith Park

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About Griffith Park

Serving as one of the primary geographical dividers between Los Angeles and The Valley, Griffith Park is a lush oasis in the middle of a sprawling metropolis. As Los Angeles' largest public park, it receives almost 3 million visitors a year, making it the most popular park in the county. Ample space for a wide range of activities ensure that there is something for everyone at Griffith Park, and make it an essential part of the lifestyle within L.A.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $3,250,000

Closed Prices: $620,000 to $4,150,000

Median Sale Price: $800,000

Average $ per sq ft: $764

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $168

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

Age: 1934 to 1978

Sq. Ft.: 1046 to 4255 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 2 to 4 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 2 to 5 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres

Getting Around Griffith Park

Around Griffith Park

Although Griffith Park does not itself have any homes, the nearby neighborhoods provide plenty of different floor plans and housing styles for interested residents. To the south of Griffith Park, Los Feliz is where some of Los Angeles finest upscale homes have been built. Massive pine trees line the streets of North Vermont Avenue where many of these homes are built. Move east along the 134 freeway, and you'll find a wealth of single-family homes and affordable apartment complexes that are all a short distance from the park.

Los Angeles is known for its eclectic culinary offerings, and the area surrounding Griffith Park is no different. Vermont Avenue is full of options, ranging from upscale wine bars serving limited addition vintages and tapas to family-style Mexican restaurants that will satisfy any hunger or budget. Burbank, home to both Warner Brothers and Disney studios, has great options for casual fare like burgers and fries as well as a drink after work.

Wild animals are the main attraction at the Los Angeles Zoo, which is located in the northern section of Griffith Park. The zoo boasts a collection of animals from all over the world, and is great for either a day with the family or a date night with your significant other. A world-class observatory, one of the best music venues in Los Angeles and even a golf course round out some of the great options Griffith Park provides.

One of the best things about Griffith Park is the sheer volume of options available for people of all ages. Nestled within the side of a hill and surrounded by trees, The Greek Theatre makes you feel as if you're watching your favorite music acts deep within the heart of a forest. The Griffith Observatory provides a host of opportunities to stargaze, learn about the universe, or have the occasional picnic.

For residents who lead an active lifestyle, a day spent hiking up to the Griffith Observatory is an excellent way to work up a sweat. If spending a nice relaxing Sunday on the golf course sounds more enjoyable, the Roosevelt Golf Course is perfect for playing a quick, casual round or two.

Locals Love

  • Lots of activities for people of all ages
  • Greek Theatre has plenty of great artists
  • Beautiful scenery

Locals Don't Love

  • Concerts at the Greek can cause traffic to slow to a crawl

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