Homes for Sale in Hollywood Heights
Search Hollywood Heights homes and real estate listings. The Hollywood Heights neighborhood sits in the Hollywood Hills West section of Los Angeles, right off the 101 Freeway near the bottom of Cahuenga Pass. If you love architectural homes and history, this could be the ideal place for you. Houses here sit perched on the hills between Downtown Hollywood and The Hollywood Bowl.
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Hollywood Heights Listings
Hollywood Heights Neighborhood
It's hard to express how such a small area - which is only a few blocks wide - can pack so much historical punch. Hollywood Heights has been home to many up-and-coming celebrities over the years. Ever since the of the motion picture industry took hold in L.A. in the early 20th century, notable novelists, actors, musicians, and poets have all made this place their home. And many great books, screenplays, and songs have been born here.
Both the Magic Castle and Yamashiro Historic District - with its full-blown Japanese palace (and pagoda) - sit at the base of the Hollywood Heights district. You can also find Samuel Freeman House (California Historical Landmark #1011), a pre-Columbian Modernist home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and other architectural gems of note.
Hollywood Heights Real Estate
House prices in Hollywood Heights are higher than the L.A. County average. The housing stock in the district consists of single-family residences and luxury homes.
Hollywood Heights has a heavy concentration of Spanish Colonial homes, a style that was en vogue in the early years of the district that started in the 1920s. Highland-Camrose Bungalow Village, a collection of Craftsman-style Bungalows, sits at the north end of the tiny enclave. The neighborhood also sports architectural homes in styles of Traditional, Contemporary, Mediterranean, and Modern - to name a few.
Homes with backyard pools are hard to come by in Hollywood Heights; they just weren't as popular in the 1920s and 30s when many of the homes here were built. What's more, you'll be hard-pressed to find a solar panel anywhere.
When you click a listing, you'll get detailed property information including photographs. The listing overview includes interior features like the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, major systems (heating/cooling), size (in square feet) and other important details such as:
- Number of days the property has been on the market
- Whether the home includes HOA fees and how much per month when applicable
- Year built
- MLS Number
You can also review exterior and interior home features as well as the architectural style of the home. If any major appliances are included with the sale, those will also be noted. Hollywood Heights neighborhood information and similar homes for sale within the 90068 zip code will also be displayed.