About West Hollywood
Current Prices: $24,500 to $17,995,000
Closed Prices: $275,000 to $13,300,000
Median Sale Price: $930,000
Average $ per sq ft: $1034
Association Fee Ranges: $222 to $780/mo, $0 to $10224
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1905 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 304 to 8993 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 8 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 10 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres
Around West Hollywood
For those who want to be in the heart of West Hollywood, inner neighborhoods north of Santa Monica Bouleard have several low- to mid-rise apartment buildings with affordable rent. However, for more of a calm atmosphere away from the bustle of the main streets, you can find grassy sidewalks, beautiful single-family townhouses, and low-key duplexes by heading south of Melrose along San Vicente. For a more urban vibe, explore the neighborhoods between La Cienega and Fountain Ave.
With restaurants ranging from fast food to fine dining, there is no shortage of diverse foods in West Hollywood, especially if you walk along Santa Monica Boulevard. Whether you are craving a slice of pizza, carne asada tacos, a freshly made hand roll, or even a duck confit salad, look no further than West Hollywood. WeHo is famous for its innovative cuisine, Taco Tuesdays, and daily happy hours, so bring your friends and have a blast at your pick of restaurants.
Rainbow crosswalks and festive campaign banners decorating the streets. The demographic of this city consist of young residents -- often outspoken activists, working musicians, or creative artists winding down from a busy day. You can also see working professionals walking to a restaurant or grocery store to pick up lunch. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled -- you might even be able to spot a celebrity casually strolling through town.
West Hollywood is a treasure trove of the latest celebrity hotspots, wild nightclubs, gay-friendly bars, and intimate lounges. The nightlife here is so active that simply walking through San Vicente, Santa Monica Boulevard, and Sunset Boulevard on a Friday night is a party in itself. No matter what hour it is, WeHo never sleeps, and you are guaranteed to find something to fill your time.
Cure your hangover or keep the party going by grabbing brunch at one of the many upscale dining spots along Melrose. Visit the famous Pacific Design Center, where you can have a picnic while taking in the fountain views outside, or shop their boutiques inside while admiring the luxury art and furniture pieces. For visiting tourists, the Museum of Contemporary Arts, better known as MOCA, is also right around the corner.
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A great place to be.
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