Defined by its historic homes built in the early 20th century, Hancock Park is a quaint and quiet area in Los Angeles that is home to about 10,000 people. It was developed around a golf course, and created to be a reclusive escape for the first celebrities of Hollywood. To this day, Hancock Park is a desirable community in which many established celebrities prefer to live.
Currently, the median sales price for real estate in Hancock Park is $1.25 million, but those prices won’t last for long. The Hancock Park area is expected to see a 25 percent increase in sales prices in the coming year, as people seek to purchase these historic homes that boast atmosphere and are situated in a desirable location.
Residents with children will find that the Los Angeles Unified School District services the community, and there are also many notable private schools in the neighborhood. Some of the most respected private schools in Hancock Park are Marlborough School and Yavneh Hebrew Academy.
Located nearby Hancock Park is another charming neighborhood, known as Larchmont Village. This is one of the smallest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, and is known for its small-town atmosphere despite being situated within the borders of one of the largest cities in the world. Hancock Park residents can often be found shopping at the local, independent shops that can be found in Larchmont Village.
Celebrities who are craving a respite from the bright lights of Hollywood often find Hancock Park to offer the charm that they desire. Famous people who live in Hancock Park include Mindy Kaling, David Schwimmer and George Takei.
For more information on the historic nature of Hancock Park and the nearby Larchmont Village, contact our real estate team today. We look forward to helping you find your new home in this wonderful neighborhood.
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(all data current as of 5/19/2019)
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