Imagine a neighborhood of actors and artists, musicians and producers, professionals and stars — where the dream is alive and it still feels genuine to pursue it. As a part of what could be called “original Hollywood,” Los Feliz somehow captures the glamour of old in a quirky remix with the fresh and modern. The number of LA landmarks it holds amounts to sensory overload: there’s the Greek Theater, Griffith Observatory, Autry Museum, Barnsdall Park and two different Frank Lloyd Wright houses all within minutes of each other. And as an added bonus, some of the best eateries in the city are within walking distance. Most homes priced around $1.5 million.
“With a well-established community, Los Feliz is a great place to live.”
HomeState is legendary for Texas breakfasts, Go Get ‘Em Tiger is great for coffee, and it’s hard to beat Alcove Cafe & Bakery for brunch.
Check out Bell Jar or Gift of Garb for the perfect outfit — and if you’re searching for for unique gifts, Sumi’s or Spirtfire Girl fit the bill.
For a little bit of history, check out the Vista Theater at the junction of Hollywood and Sunset, or take a walk on the Shakespeare Bridge.
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