Jefferson Park

Jefferson Park

Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale

About Jefferson Park

Located just south of the Santa Monica Freeway, Jefferson Park is home to a melting pot of residents. West Adams Boulevard and West Jefferson Boulevard are the main thoroughfares through the neighborhood and provide direct access to West Los Angeles and the downtown area. Its central location combined with ample apartments for rent make Jefferson Park great for those who want to live in South L.A. on a budget.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $290,000 to $1,950,000

Closed Prices: $468,000 to $1,610,000

Median Sale Price: $1,061,250

Average $ per sq ft: $607

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $250

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

Age: 1901 to 1954

Sq. Ft.: 532 to 4796 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 7 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Around Jefferson Park

Due to Jefferson Park's sheer density, there are many living options throughout the neighborhood. Much of West Adams Boulevard and West Jefferson Boulevard are lined with businesses and restaurants and the surrounding streets are filled with apartment complexes. Running parallel to Jefferson is Montclair Street, which is home to many mid-sized apartment complexes. These buildings generally have fewer than 20 units total and display the mid-century architectural style that is popular in the area. It's also not unusual to find single-family homes along 5th Avenue, but apartments are the more common type of residences.

Jefferson Park is known for its diverse, southern-influenced culinary scene that offers plenty of casual dining options. The neighborhood is known for some of the best BBQ restaurants in the city but you'll also find traditional American fare like burgers and fries, which are popular meals in the area. A short drive toward Wilshire Boulevard and Hancock Park provide more options for upscale dining establishments.

Like most of Los Angeles, Jefferson Park is home to a diverse community of residents, hailing from a wide variety of cultures and backgrounds. Don't be surprised to meet unique and interesting people from all over the world. The population is also relatively young in this neighborhood, with the average age being 31 years old.

The area's plentiful dining options make Jefferson Park a great spot to grab a casual bite to eat before heading out for the evening. Many of the residents who are looking for an exciting time out in L.A. will often take nearby Highland Avenue north into Hollywood, where some of the city's hottest clubs can be found. For those who want a more relaxed evening in, a trip to nearby Culver City's upscale movie theatres will be just what the doctor ordered.

After a night out on the town, nothing beats a late brunch with friends. A leisurely bike ride to 3rd Street is a wonderful way to get some exercise before sitting down to one of the area's premier brunch restaurants. The local farmers' market on Larchmont has a wide selection of fresh produce, hot food, and freshly squeezed juices as well as the occasional street performer to help you through your morning haze.

Locals Love

  • Quick access to downtown Los Angeles and Mid-City
  • Lots of apartment complexes
  • Affordable location

Locals Don't Love

  • Night noise
  • Dense population

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