Welcome to Hancock Park
Hancock Park is an idyllic, mansion-filled neighborhood with broad streets, large lots, sprawling lawns, and impressive architecture. It stands out as an oasis of opulence and affluence in a part of the city that had languished in recent years. The homes that line the streets of Hancock Park represent the best of LA’s historic architecture. Grand estates abound, but there are more modest properties as well. The area surrounding popular Larchmont Village has more unassuming homes that are not as grand in scope but wonderful nonetheless.
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Hancock Park Real Estate Insights
Real estate in Hancock Park is hot! The median sale price has gone up by 17.9% this year to $1,254,000. The median price per square foot has risen as well by 6.7% to $582. When searching for properties in Hancock Park, it is important to understand the nuances of the neighborhood. For example, you should know that homes South of Beverly is more desirable. Based on what you are looking for, we can create a custom search that only shows you properties that fit your specific criteria.
People and Lifestyle
Larchmont Boulevard is the beating heart of Hancock Park. This quaint street, reminiscent of Main Street, Anywhere the USA has morphed over recent years from a quiet avenue of mom & pop stores to a lively town center, replete with great restaurants, shops, ice cream purveyors, coffee shops, and a popular, weekly Farmers’ Market. Parking has suffered as Larchmont Village’s popularity has grown, but fortunately for Hancock Park’s residents, the street is easily accessible by foot, bike, or scooter from the entire neighborhood. There are several great schools in Hancock Park. Most notably the all-girls private school, Marlborough, and the public 3rd Street School. Hancock Park is a favorite neighborhood for families who won't raise their kids in an idyllic community, antithetical to most of the areas that surround it, without compromising on all that Los Angeles has to offer.