North Hollywood

North Hollywood

Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale

About North Hollywood

North Hollywood, established in 1887, is a semi-suburban yet moderately diverse neighborhood centrally located within Los Angeles. North Hollywood is home of the red and orange metro rail stations with quick access to the 101 Freeway. Residents gain access to Koreatown, Westlake, and downtown Los Angeles in minutes. Condominiums and apartments transform the neighborhood into a more metropolitan landscape.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $475,000 to $1,549,000

Closed Prices: $275,000 to $3,100,000

Median Sale Price: $821,916

Average $ per sq ft: $651

Association Fee Ranges: $99 to $419.97/mo, $0 to $556.94

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

Age: 1910 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 539 to 5285 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Around North Hollywood

Density arises in the northwest region while the southeast embodies a more quaint living environment. A few of the properties in North Hollywood are occupied with single families, allowing ample living space for multi-family residences. Numerous public and private schools are scattered throughout the neighborhood and an array of artistic establishments are prominently dispersed within Van Nuys.

Ingenuity is a prime component for the various culinary restaurants in North Hollywood. Ignite your morning with a classic cup of joe and indulge in a delectable frosted french toast breakfast. Enjoy a savory macaroni and cheese wrapped hot dog for lunch and nourish your body with a digestible vegan cuisine for dinner. North Hollywood foodie's rave about this neighborhood's options for restaurants.

North Hollywood provides residents a condensed version of a bustling city. Train routes contribute to ease and mobility throughout the neighborhood. Fifteen-story condo's paint the skyline while one-story bungalows and small apartments populate the area. Noho Commons contain popular loft-style living spaces. Residents from all walks of life freely jog or bike around in the latest fashion trends. Artist of all types maintain the authenticity of the community.

Open mics, karaoke, and live music are one of the many options for a Friday night on the town. Register for acting classes or treat yourself to a night of laughter at numerous comedy shows. Indulge in Bloody Mary beverages infused with sriracha hot sauce at a local bar. End the evening shopping at local boutiques or touring the North Hollywood Arts District.

Enthrall yourself with various art galleries, theaters, and cafés. Visit a multitude of North Hollywood's music recording studios or spend your day filled with fun family-related activities at the NoHo or the Valley Plaza Recreational Centers. For a change of scenery, see the Jamie Beth Slain Park for an organic greenhouse experience.

Locals Love

  • Art Scene
  • Cheap Parking
  • Ease of Transportation

Locals Don't Love

  • Congestion
  • Construction

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