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Homes For Sale In West Hollywood

  • Population37,080
  • Median Home Value$811,300
  • Median Household Income$61,127

West Hollywood, affectionately called WeHo by locals, is a city in Los Angeles, CA. Known for its dynamic style, vibrant nightlife, palpable energy and fierce social activism, it is home to the legendary Sunset Strip, and many of the best restaurants, iconic hotels and shopping enclaves in Los Angeles. West Hollywood is located at the foot of the Hollywood Hills and bordered by the city of Beverly Hills on the west,Hollywood on the east, Hollywood Hills on the north, the Fairfax District on the southeast, and Beverly Grove on the southwest.

Demographics have played an important role in shaping the West Hollywood of today. It has long been the epicenter of gay culture in Los Angeles and has the highest concentrations of LGBTQ residents in the United States. The city is predicated on the beliefs of diversity, inclusion, non-discrimination and social justice legislation. Proud, creative and civic-minded, its residents rally each year to host Los Angeles Pride; one of the largest social equality festivals in the country.

West Hollywood offers a variety of real estate choices; from single family homes, town-homes, low or high-rise apartment and condo living. Showcasing some of the most magnificent architectural homes in the city, charming vintage bungalows and Spanish style casitas, West Hollywood has a cornucopia of real estate choices. Multi-family units are in abundance in West Hollywood bringing median prices down to just under $1M. Coupled with convenient living and high demand, it’s a competitive marketplace.


The Community

Creative, youthful and professional, the neighborhood mixes urban living with the arts and design and a strong sense of community. West Hollywood has become a global destination for interior design and a well-established fashion center, with Robertson and Doheny Drive featured as its main shopping districts.

The city is compact and with a WalkScore of 91, making it one of the most walkable cities in Los Angeles. Nearly everything you need for daily living can be found within easy walking distance, from grocery stores, retail shops, restaurants, bars and professional services. With abundant park and green space amenities, West Hollywood is also popular among young families looking to live and work in central Los Angeles. Just north of West Hollywood is Runyon Canyon, a 130-acre park with breathtaking panoramic views of Los Angeles, which draws locals and celebrities alike. Plummer, Kings Road, and West Hollywood Parks also provide residents with manicured green spaces.

The Culture

Stylish, audacious and glamorous; West Hollywood is all about self-expression and people-watching in the many outdoor cafes and as one shops its fashionable designer boutiques. The city has a magnetic appeal for cocktail aficionados, foodies, and brunchtime diners. Notwithstanding its plethora of entertainment and music venues, such as the legendary Whiskey A Go Go and The Roxy, or its many comedy or gallery options, West Hollywood really comes alive at night. Jammed packed with outstanding clubs, live music venues and comedy clubs, it’s a city that’s late to bed and not afraid on put on a party, move fast and dances to its own beat!

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The Lifestyle

When not enjoying the museums, galleries, shops, restaurants, and nightlife, residents are health-focused and take the gym seriously. At any given CrossFit, Soul Cycle, yoga or pilates studio and boutique gym or even out hiking the trails, don't be surprised to see celebrities in the mix. You'll see people running or biking through the streets for exercise, attending the various farmers' markets to buy organic produce and frequenting the newest acai eatery; this town takes its healthy living seriously.

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Schools in West Hollywood include West Hollywood Elementary School, which is a public school serving kindergarten through fifth grade. West Hollywood also has several private schools, including Pacific Hills School which serves grades 6-12.

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