Los Feliz Resources:
The area is generally considered to be bordered by Hollywood Boulevard on the south, Hyperion Avenue on the southeast, Griffith Park on the north, the Los Angeles River on the east, and Western Avenue on the west. It is traversed by Los Feliz Boulevard, which separates the wealthy upper class section (“The Hills”), located in the hills north of Los Feliz Boulevard, and the more upper-middle and middle class abodes to the south.
The neighborhood has historically been home to movie stars, musicians, other glitterati, and the Hollywood elite. Although Beverly Hills has become the symbol of luxury living in Los Angeles, Los Feliz is one of the most expensive areas in Los Angeles. During the 1950s, Los Feliz was also home to an energetic village that was flocked by its residents and also the rest of Los Angeles. There was a decline in popularity during the 1970s but the district was rediscovered by pioneers in the 1980s, and a decade-long period of gentrification resulted in Los Feliz regaining its popularity. The district’s popularity was also boosted by its prominence in the 1996 film, Swingers.
Los Feliz village is home to numerous restaurants and bars. They are mostly located on Hillhurst between Los Feliz Blvd. & Prospect Ave., and on Vermont between Franklin Ave. & Hollywood Blvd.
You will also find the Griffith Observatory, Greek Theatre, Prospect Studios (formally known as ABC Television Center), Los Angeles Zoo, along with a merry-go-round two 18 hole golf courses, a driving range, baseball field several tennis courts, athletic fields, hiking, and equestrian trails in the mountains away from the residential district.
Q2 2023 for the period ending June 30, 2023 per the Multiple Listing Service:
Los Feliz – The average single family home sale was $2,405,452 for a 2,354 square foot home on a 8,595 square foot lot. A total of 40 homes sold in an average of 28 days on market.