About Montecito Heights
Current Prices: $360,000 to $1,200,000
Closed Prices: $375,000 to $1,673,000
Median Sale Price: $677,500
Average $ per sq ft: $602
Association Fee Ranges: $290 to $548/mo, $0 to $582
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1890 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 1890 to 2021 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres
Getting Around Montecito Heights
Around Montecito Heights
Many residents are drawn to Monterey Heights for the beautiful view of the city of Los Angeles. If you want to have such a view, living on or near these hills is preferable. Most of the homes in Montecito Heights are in the classic Craftsman style with a few in the bungalow style. Although the area is primarily made up of single-family homes, there are a few condominium options along Via Marisol.
The culinary scene in Montecito Heights is diverse and dynamic. There are wonderful bakeries, Mexican restaurants, burger places, and ice cream shops in Montecito Heights. You can also find top-of-the-line French restaurants if you're looking for something more upscale. Some great Chinese restaurants are also in the area, as are smoothie shops for a delicious but healthier dessert. Whether you have a sweet tooth or just want a mouth-watering burger, Montecito Heights has something for you.
Montecito Heights is as urban as it is picturesque, a neighborhood where you're as likely to see an exotic bird as you are a new condominium development. The neighborhood is known for its historic Victorian houses and the enormous Ernest E. Debs Regional Park. Montecito Heights is also served by multiple schools, with four located within the neighborhood's boundaries.
Montecito Heights is a secluded neighborhood with its natural beauty being its main attraction. However, there is still plenty to do on a Friday night in Montecito Heights. There are a few bars and cocktail lounges along Broadway and Figueroa Street hosts several restaurants, craft beer bars, and nightclubs.There are some art galleries in the neighborhood including the Brewery Lofts, which has an annual art walk where artists open up their homes to show their work to locals. Of course, you could always go to the Monterey Hills and get a good look at the beautiful nighttime view of Los Angeles.
Montecito Heights has a lot to offer on a restful Sunday. There are beautiful gardens to visit and, of course, the 282-acre Ernest E. Debs Regional Park is perfect for an early morning stroll or a picnic with friends. Montecito Heights also has relaxing spas and wellness centers. Broadway also has multiple brunch options. Huntington Drive also has several big-box stores for getting some errands done before the work week begins.
- Exciting nightlife
- Great places to eat no matter what you like
- Museums, spas, gardens, art galleries, and more means you always have something to do
- Plenty of natural beauty and a great view of Los Angeles, night or day
- Plenty of schools
- Secluded and quiet despite its proximity to the city
Locals Don't Love
- Large amount of tourists due to the neighborhood's reputation as secluded and its natural beauty in Monterey Hills
- No universities in the area can be a problem if you're of college age
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