Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale
About Pico Robertson
Current Prices: $920,000 to $2,850,000
Closed Prices: $462,500 to $4,076,000
Median Sale Price: $1,030,000
Average $ per sq ft: $766
Association Fee Ranges: $360 to $995/mo, $0 to $995
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1926 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 1926 to 2021 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 7 Bathrooms
Getting Around Pico Robertson
Around Pico Robertson
The heart of Pico - Robertson is located at this intersection and residents living within a block of this area are likely to hear the bustling of passersby and sounds of children playing on the sidewalks. The residential areas range from well-managed, mid-rise condominium buildings that slowly turn into townhouses and single-family mansions farther west towards Culver City. South La Cienega, which is convenient located next to the ever busy Interstate 10, has more of an urban vibe, with many affordable housing options. However, residential areas become fewer and more expensive towards the north end of La Cienega Boulevard. because of its proximity to luxurious shopping outlets and popular high-end restaurants.
This low-key neighborhood has a rich selection of restaurants that can satisfy almost any food craving. Mixed with endless culinary options such as thick cut steak, deep dish pizza, or creamy plantain milkshakes, this area is a couch-lover's dream. However, the most notable aspect about the local cuisine is the innumerable amount of kosher restaurants scattered throughout Pico Boulevard, earning it the nickname "Kosher Corridor." The kosher dining spots in the area offer a wide variety of food ranging from Chinese, Mexican, Israeli, Thai, and much, much more.
The Museum of Tolerance is a precious landmark that is popular among both locals and tourists. This cultural museum is dedicated to the victims of the Holocaust. This neighborhood is a calm and laid back place to explore and catch up with family or friends. It is normal to see seniors strolling peacefully along the sidewalk, a resident walking their dog, or a conservatively dressed family headed out for lunch. While many people choose to drive, others prefer walking so that they can avoid sitting in heavy traffic. Pico - Robertson is filled with work-oriented residents running errands, heading to meet a friend at a restaurant, or working on their computers at a cafe.
With Friday evening services available at a number of local synagogues, many families can be seen around the community. The night life in this neighborhood is practically nonexistent and it is often quiet in the evening due to its lack of clubs, bars, and hip hotspots. It is more likely to see people running to the convenience store to grab supplies for a Friday night in. On the other hand, it also isn't surprising to see party-goers winding down from a crazy night out, visiting local fast food joints to feed their late night munchies.
Go for a stroll along the inner neighborhood, eat at local haunts such as Nick's Coffee Shop, or take out-of-town visitors on a shopping spree. Living in this area is convenient for people who want easy access to gas stations, unforgettable dinners, and frozen yogurt.
- Variety of kosher goods
- Proximity to shopping centers
- Neighborhood safety and cleanliness
- Central Location
- Abundance of 24-hour convenience stores
Locals Don't Love
- Lack of grocery stores
- Difficulty securing street parking
- Congestion during high traffic times
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