Los Feliz

Nestled next to Griffith Park, Los Feliz is an affluent community in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles. Named after its colonial Spanish-Mexican land grantee José Vicente Feliz, it’s surrounded by Atwater Village, Silver Lake, Hollywood and the Hollywood HIlls . Los Feliz village is home or in proximity to numerous restaurants and bars. Some were classic dives in their hey-day, frequented by the likes of Charles Bukowski and Lawrence Tierney. Mickey Mouse was even born in Los Feliz, as Walt Disney drew his first image of the famous character in his uncle’s garage located on Kingswell Avenue. The population is known for being highly educated and boasts many great public schools. With a great location and endless amenities, Los Feliz truly has something for everyone.

Silver Lake

Effortlessly mixing old Hollywood style with modern cool, this trendy residential and hip commercial neighborhood has become one of the most desired places to live in all of America. Located next to Atwater Village, East Hollywood and on the northwest by Los Feliz, Silver Lake’s vibrant community is known for its great restaurants, clubs, and weekly art walks, but its history goes far deeper. Walt Disney’s first studio was actually built here. Silver Lake was named for Water Board Commissioner, Herman Silver, who was instrumental in the creation of the Silver Lake Reservoir, located within the neighborhood. From its inception, the population continues to be diverse and well educated. It’s easy to see why, from great public schools and a youthful, yet family friendly atmosphere, Silver Lake really has it all!

Hollywood Hills

Its name alone is known the world-over as a prime real estate location for the rich and famous. The Hollywood Hills provide the ultimate in status, luxury, and aesthetic. With homes ranging from classic to neo-modern, the remarkably diverse architecture is a sight to behold and offers something for everyone. Its breathtaking views and lavish houses make it easy to see why, for over eighty years, the Hills have been home to the social elite. If that wasn’t enough, its highly recognized public schools and low population density give it big-city amenities in a private setting. From five-star restaurants to outdoor activities and everything in between, it’s all at your fingertips. That’s why, for many, the Hollywood Hills are the tangible representation for achieving the American dream. It’s truly living amongst the stars.

Northeast Los Angeles & All over

After 25 years as an agent working in Los Angeles and beyond, I am confident that I can help buy or sell your home fast and effectively. I am ready to realize your dreams, no matter where life may take you!

If you’re looking to buy, there may not be a better option than Northeast Los Angeles. This region of the city of Los Angeles is northeast of Downtown and east of the Los Angeles River, that’s primarily comprised of Cypress Park, Eagle Rock, Glassell Park, Highland Park, Montecito Heights, and Mount Washington. The bulk of the area was part of the original Spanish and Mexican land grants of Rancho San Rafael and Rancho San Pascual when the city incorporated in 1850. These historic neighborhoods have become attractive to many homebuyers as a relatively affordable alternative to the west side, not only for their eclectic and unique homes, but for their myriad of community offerings. From the Southwest Museum to Galco’s Soda Pop Stop, there’s so much to see and do. For families, great schools abound at every level. Mount Washington Elementary School is known for consistently scoring among the top schools in Los Angeles on the Academic Performance Index, while Occidental College in Eagle Rock sets the foundation for the leaders of tomorrow. Needless to say, that wherever you live in NELA, its convenient, central location and road access make it an ideal living situation for any home buyer.