Walkability, history, and great family settings are what draw us to our favorite neighborhoods.  Below, we’ve compiled our #1 spots so you can get a feel for the town and see what might be a good fit for you.



Los Feliz

Nestled in Griffith Park, this prestigious neighborhood is a perfect fit for well-established families and executives looking for large homes with killer views. Highlights include Griffith ParkLA Zoo, boutique shops, restaurants & bars of Hillhurst Ave & Vermont Ave, Greek TheaterGriffith ObservatoryArchitecture from Frank Lloyd Wright Richard Neutra, and the Shakespeare Bridge.






Silver Lake

Known as the “home of the hipster,” this neighborhood is eclectic, artful and bohemian with a highly acclaimed school district and great walkable area. Full of creativity and individuality, highlights of Silver Lake include the Silver Lake ReserviorSunset Junctionmodern achitecture & california bungalowseclectic shopsrestaurants & bars, and the Ivanhoe School District.






Echo Park

This up-and-coming area is a destination for first- time buyers in search of artistic individuality. Highlights include the Echo Park Lake/FountainHillside bungalowsDodger StadiumThe Echo PlexCarroll St of Angelino Heights.







Atwater Village

A young professional and family favorite for its cozy neighborhood feel and bustling commerce area. Highlights include a true neighborhood feel, boutique shopsrestaurants and bars of Los Feliz & Glendale Blvdwalking path and Nature Preserve.







Hollywood Hills

Steeped in Hollywood history, this area is perfect for those looking for a feeling of exclusivity while staying close to all the happening hot spots in LA. Highlights include Runyon CanyonLake HollywoodBeachwood CanyonFranklin VillageHollywood Sign, and vintage Hollywood architecture.







Studio City

This part of town is strongly desired by families for its walkable shopping and dining areas, highly acclaimed elementary school, and multitude of parks and hiking trails. Highlights include Tujunga Village, WoodbridgeBeeman ParksFryman CanyonShops/Restaurants/ Bars on Ventura Blvd, and the Carpenter School District.







Sherman Oaks

A family-friendly city with easy freeway access, makes Sherman Oaks an affordable option for those working on the Westside. Highlights include Fashion SquareLa Reina/ Sherman Oaks VillageSherman Oaks GalleriaVan Nuys Park, and Castle Park.








Valley Village

A great choice for families and professionals looking for a suburban feel while keeping a close proximity to most everything in LA. Highlights include a central location to Burbank, Hollywood & the Westside and easy freeway access to the 405, 134, 170, 5 &101. To learn more about this tight-knit community, you can visit their website.








A great walkable neighborhood for those seeking affordable housing with a solid school district and family feel. Highlights include Media City CenterWarner BrothersNBCDisneyABCCartoon Network, and the Equestrian area.







Toluca Lake

This area is great for professionals in the entertainment industry for its close proximity to the studios as well as its exclusive feel. Highlights include Toluca LakeUniversal Studios City Walk, the Lakeside Golf Club and the shops and restaurants on Riverside Drive including historic Bob’s Big Boy Coffee Shop.