This diverse neighborhood was developed in the late 1800s by Julius LaBonte. Larchmont has a welcome suburban feel and was where a lot of the Paramount studio workers bought homes. Today, buyers may have neighbors like actors Mindy Kaling and Judy Greer.
Buyers can choose from quaint bungalows, condos, duplexes, and single-family homes. And, depending on the home, you may have a yard with shade trees. And commuters can easily get to the Westside, Hollywood, or downtown via car or Metro.
Melrose Avenue sits on top of Larchmont with Beverly Boulevard at the bottom. And Rossmore Avenue is to the West with Wilton Place to the East.
Nearby is Larchmont Boulevard. Locals can walk to coffee shops, bars, and eateries as well as visit the Sunday Farmer’s Market. There are a variety of shops from stationary to toys to skincare. Or you can take a high-energy spin class or meditative yoga session.
There are also shops and restaurants along Melrose Avenue. And the neighborhood is close the Wilshire Country Club and the Los Angeles Tennis Club. Or residents can walk their dogs or play with the kids at nearby Robert Burns Park.