A residential retreat atop Downtown LA’s adjacent hills, Mount Washington remains a green oasis rising above the grey facades of the city’s business center. Not known for its raucous nightlife or trendsetting penchant, this northeast LA neighborhood gains momentum from its steep streets and sweeping vistas. Embrace Mount Washington’s urban wilderness while keeping your finger on the pulse of the big-city. When you’re looking for edgier amusements, Eagle Rock is a just a neighborhood away.
In recent years, many homebuyers have become attracted to the area as a relatively affordable alternative to the Westside. Eldred Street, between Avenue 50 and Cross Avenue on the northeast side of Mount Washington, with a slope of 33% grade, is one of the three steepest streets in Los Angeles and in fact, one of the steepest streets in the world.
About The Neighborhood
1601 BRIDGEPORT Drive Los Angeles (City), California
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,348 SqFt 0.158 Acres
3016 DIVISION Street Los Angeles (City), California
4 Beds 2 Baths 1,260 SqFt 0.130 Acres
4255 SAN RAFAEL Avenue Los Angeles (City), California
2 Beds 1 Baths 861 SqFt 0.220 Acres
4813 SAN MARCOS Place Los Angeles (City), California
2 Beds 1 Baths 800 SqFt 0.113 Acres
Take A Tour of Mount Washington
You might be starting out at the beginning of your home buying process and you’re not sure if this is the right area for you. So why not take a tour with us…we’ll show you:
- Current homes for sale.
- Where to eat/drink/grab coffee and your groceries.
- Where to find the local farmer’s market.
- Local schools.
We never would have gotten the house without her.
Karen S – Buyer Hancock Park
We also provide our buyers with a personalized Homesnap app, linked directly to us. This is a very cool app on your mobile phone that allows you to stand in front of any house and “snap” it for all the details. It also allows you to track the homes you’ve seen, mark favorites and ask us questions directly.
Some Of Our Favorite Mount Washington Places
Follow the link to Not For Tourists Guide To Mount Washington