Lincoln Heights is a melting pot for different ethnicities in Los Angeles. Seems everyone is putting their creative touch on homes in these areas. Itis one of the newer Eastside destinations for more affordable housing with hip shops and places to eat. You can get a great modern 3 bedroom townhome at the time of this write up for average $800-900,000. Homes from $500,000-+You are just minutes to freeway access, Highland Park, Downtown LA, and Chinatown
Highland Park, the sister neighborhood is also a melting pot. These are some of the oldest neighborhoods in LA. Trendy ,with new shops and restaurants creatives are moving here and transforming these pockets in the city.
Eaglerock really is named for a large rock with an eagle. Another eclectic area that is located close to Occidental College. There are great bars, restaurants, vintage shops etc. There are many styles of architecture,Craftsman bungalows, tasteful Spanish Revival pads, basic bungalows, Mid Century etc that are reimagined. Hip, trendy and still evolving Eaglerock is one more neighborhood East of downtown that continues to reinvent itself.
Mount Washington. From the hills of Mount Washington you have a view of Downtown LA. Mid Century, Bungalows, Spanish revival,Victorian, rustic mountain cottages etc. are selling. One more happening neighborhood that has a long history and some of the steepest streets in LA.
Then there is Cypress Park, and Glassell Park….. lots of communities in this area so close to Pasadena and Downtown.
With so much planned around the LA river in the future of LA, these areas can only get more and more interesting. So many homes ,townhomes, condos….
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