Hancock Park

Hancock Park

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About Hancock Park

Nestled between Hollywood to the north and the Mid-Wilshire area to the south, Hancock Park is a quiet, tree-lined oasis in the heart of Los Angeles. Beautiful single-family homes with well-manicured lawns fill the neighborhood, while access to major thoroughfares like North Highland Avenue and Interstate 10 make getting around Los Angeles a breeze. Multiple locations for fine dining and world-class shopping help make Hancock Park one of the most desirable locations in L.A.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $495,000 to $25,995,000

Closed Prices: $425,000 to $13,550,000

Median Sale Price: $1,985,000

Average $ per sq ft: $1027

Association Fee Ranges: $357 to $663/mo, $0 to $937.82

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

Age: 1921 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 625 to 13796 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 8 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 13 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Getting Around Hancock Park

Around Hancock Park

Hancock Park is known for its mix of single-family homes and elegant townhouses.  Streets like Mansfield Avenue are filled with mid-century townhouses, while many of the single-family homes have been renovated to more modern architecture. The closer you move towards Las Palmas, the more prevalent condominium complexes become.

Brunch is the name of the game in Hancock Park, and more than a few excellent options can be found on nearby La Brea Boulevard. For those who are looking for fine-dining options, some of Los Angeles' best steakhouses are only a short walk away. There are also several Kosher markets nearby which are great for getting organic meat and produce.

Hancock Park is home to many families, so expect to see children walking with their parents on weekends. The community is not very crowded, giving it a quiet, small-town feel. Should you have the desire to mingle with the crowds, head towards the shops on La Brea.

The local bar scene revolves around 3rd Street. The bars here can range from high-end establishments perfect for date night to more casual locations where locals catch a game or grab a bite to eat. Wilshire Boulevard also hosts several music venues that a large variety of musical acts call home. The El Rey is a Los Angeles favorite, and their late night taco shop means that no one goes home hungry.

Head to nearby Busby's to watch a game on their massive HD TVs. Brunch is also a favorite local pastime and La Brea Boulevard is full of excellent options to suit any taste. Should playing golf sound like an ideal Sunday, the nearby members-only course provides the perfect mix of outdoor fun and relaxation.

Locals Love

  • Great restaurants
  • Excellent high-end shopping
  • Easy access to other parts of Los Angeles

Locals Don't Love

  • Parking is permit only
  • Lots of traffic on 3rd Street

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