Search all homes for sale and real estate listings in Hollywood Knolls, Hollywood Manor, and Lakeridge Estates. These three subdivisions sit in the Hollywood Hills East region of Los Angeles, overlooking the highpoint of the Cahuenga Pass section of the 101 Freeway.
These neighborhoods are great for home buyers to consider if they are looking for excellent canyon views or hillside homes in a wooded surrounding. Some homes here get perfect, straight-line views of the Hollywood Sign right across Lake Hollywood. Not too shabby!
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House prices in Hollywood Knolls, Hollywood Manor, and Lakeridge Estate are higher than L.A. County average. The housing stock in these neighborhoods consists of single-family homes, luxury homes, and a few condominiums.
Architectural styles mirror much of the rest of Los Angeles and include Spanish, Mediterranean, Contemporary, Modern, and Traditional. Bigger houses in these neighborhoods sport backyard pools and decks.
When you click a listing above, you’ll get detailed property information and 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 like:
- 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 appliances are included with the sale, those will also be noted.
When available, additional information will be included such as demographic information, local schools, neighborhood walkability, and population within the 90068 zip code.
The status of all listings on this page is active. If you use the form above, the updated search results page will display a full list of Hollywood Knolls, Hollywood Manor, and Lakeridge Estates active listings (seller is still soliciting offers) and pending listings (an offer has been accepted, but the deal has not closed). Some home shoppers prefer to see both listing statuses because pending deals sometimes fall through.