Ladera Heights

Ladera Heights

Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale

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About Ladera Heights

Ladera Heights is located on the southeastern corner of what is technically considered the west side of Los Angeles and is bordered by Culver City on the west, the Hills of the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation area on the East, and Centinela and the I-405 to on the south. Running through the center of Ladera Heights is the southern portion of La Cienega Boulevard, which is more like a local access freeway through this neighborhood. Many people take this road and route through this community enroute to Los Angeles International Airport, which is just to the south of Ladera Heights.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $610,000 to $1,375,000

Closed Prices: $473,000 to $3,300,000

Median Sale Price: $1,616,880

Average $ per sq ft: $620

Association Fee Ranges: $66 to $325/mo, $0 to $380

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

Age: 1948 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 950 to 5200 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 2 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 2 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Ladera Heights

Around Ladera Heights

Most residents of Ladera Heights live in its southern half, as the northern half is a state recreation area and, to the west of La Cienega Boulevard, there are the infamous oil fields. This leaves residents little choice but to live in the southern half, which is relatively landlocked between a freeway and a number of busy boulevards. However, the southwest portion of the neighborhood does offer some great views of the west side if you find the right home.

Because of the location and the fact that much of the neighborhood is dedicated state park land or is an oil field, there is a segmented culinary scene in Ladera Heights. However, Slauson Boulevard, which is the major east - west road in the area, offers a number of excellent little-known local restaurants. One shopping center offers almost exclusively Cajun and New Orleans-inspired food, while another sells locally popular sandwiches. There is a great rough-and-tumble culinary scene in Ladera Heights but you have to be observant.

Expect to see a neighborhood that does not shy away from change. Ladera Heights was relatively unsafe back in the day. It has turned around significantly in the past decade and looks poised to get even better when the Los Angeles Rams football stadium is completed and train service one day reaches the area. Ladera Heights offers affordable housing with easy access to the beach, the airport, and central Los Angeles.

Expect to see a neighborhood that does not shy away from change. Ladera Heights was relatively unsafe back in the day. It has turned around significantly in the past decade and looks poised to get even better when the Los Angeles Rams football stadium is completed and train service one day reaches the area. Ladera Heights offers affordable housing with easy access to the beach, the airport, and central Los Angeles.

The perfect Sunday in Ladera Heights may consist of a trip to the beach, which is just a short drive down the I-90 freeway, allowing them to avoid the traffic on Playa Del Rey and El Segundo. There may also be a few gatherings at local diners off La Tijera. Ladera Heights more active residents can go for a hike or run through Kenneth Hahn State Park. Despite its off-the-beaten path locale and the fact that little of the neighborhood is residential, there is till plenty of joy to be had in Ladera Heights.

Locals Love

  • Lower home prices
  • Close proximity to the beach
  • Access to highways

Locals Don't Love

  • Traffic

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