South of the 10 Freeway between LaBrea and Crenshaw and up high into the hills, View Park was constructed by the same developers who built Hancock Park. The neighborhood is the largest Federal Historic District in the United States, and one of the wealthiest African American communities in the Country.
The neighborhood features several amazing and unique styles of architecture, including Spanish Colonial Revival, Storybook, Streamline Moderne, International Style and Mid Century Modern. All residences have a high degree of workmanship and quality in materials and construction and the homes range between 2000-6000 sq. ft in size. View Park architecture features the work of many notable architects, such as the Los Angeles Investment Company, Postle & Postle, R. F. Ruck, Paul Haynes, Leopold Fischer, H. Roy Kelley, Raphael Soriano, Charles W. Wong, Robert Earl, M.C. Drebbin, Vincent Palmer, Theodore Pletsch, Homer C. Valentine and Paul Revere Williams.
View Park sits 1/4 mile away from over $3-Billion Dollars of current development, such as the Crenshaw LAX Subway and the redevelopment of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall. In the last several years the neighborhood has seen an influx of young families and children who love the beautiful, spacious architecture and land, and incredibly central location.
I am fortunate enough to have the homes highest sales in the neighborhood.