Vermont Slauson

Vermont Slauson

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About Vermont Slauson

Located in the heart of historic South L.A., the Vermont - Slauson neighborhood is a microcosm for greater Los Angeles. It's highly diverse, both culturally and ethnically, and has a very high population density. For those who are looking for low rent and low cost of living, Vermont - Slauson may be an appealing location.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $475,000 to $765,000

Closed Prices: $256,000 to $840,000

Median Sale Price: $561,000

Average $ per sq ft: $483

Association Fee Ranges: $0

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

Age: 1903 to 1991

Sq. Ft.: 384 to 2494 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms

Getting Around Vermont Slauson

Around Vermont Slauson

Covering less than 1.5 square miles and home to almost 27,000 residents, space is certainly at a premium in Vermont - Slauson. Due to its small size and large population, this area has one of the highest densities in all of Los Angeles. As a result, much of the territory is residential with mid-sized apartment complexes. Unlike in other parts of Los Angeles, these apartment buildings are only two or three stories tall. Those who live north of West Gage Avenue will have more immediate access to Augustus F. Hawkins High School, which is a bonus to those with teenagers. If commuting is a primary concern, living on the eastern half of the city would be ideal because it's close to the 110 Harbor Freeway, which makes reaching other parts of L.A. easier.

Vermont - Slauson has plenty of casual dining spots. Fast food is very popular, and there several locations open late that make for great grab-and-go options when out on the town. However, that doesn't mean there aren't excellent places to eat in a sit-down restaurant. The city's diverse population ensures that there are always an abundance of authentic Mexican and BBQ restaurants where customers can get food that is both true to its roots as well as lovingly crafted.

Since Vermont - Slauson is located right off the freeway, there is an abundance of traffic throughout much of the day. During peak rush hour, it's not unusually for commuters to try and find alternate routes through the city, so don't be surprised to see local gridlock reach its worst during these times.

If you enjoy having a casual drink at a local watering hole, you'll find plenty of options in Vermont - Slauson. Bars are known for their cold selections of popular beers as well as cheap drink specials for customers on a budget. For those who want a more varied night out on the town, a quick trip north on the 110 freeway to L.A. Live is a perfect way to spend a Friday evening. The nearby Staples Center is also home to the world-famous Los Angeles Lakers and Kings, and is great fun for the entire family.

One of the biggest advantages to living next to a major freeway is that it makes it very easy to drive to other parts of Los Angeles. Heading to see the newly minted Los Angeles Rams is an excellent way to spend a Sunday. After the game, you can even go to the nearby Natural History Museum and see a full sized T-Rex skeleton.

Locals Love

  • Affordable rent and cost of living
  • Diverse area
  • Easy access to the freeway

Locals Don't Love

  • Lots of noise and traffic from the 110 freeway
  • Night noise

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