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What I consider the heart of South LA, Leimert Park is truly a cultural mecca. It's full of amazing Spanish style homes, caring neighbors, treelined streets and even has it's own village with shops, art galleries, a theatre and much more! You'll be hard pressed to find a block that doesn't have a block club captain. This is a real neighborhood where people look out for each other, take pride to beautify celebrate it. The neighborhood has been transforming over the last few years to accommodate the construction of the Crenshaw Metro line.
A residential community and affluent neighborhood in the South region of Los Angeles, California. It is located in the namesake Baldwin Hills range overlooking the Los Angeles Basin and the lower plain immediately to the north. Much like its neighboring areas View Park and Windsor Hills, Baldwin Hills is now sought aggressively as a neighborhood of choice for its stylish ranch style homes, many that have pools, and its breathtaking cityscape views of downtown and West Los Angeles. Baldwin Hills is within walking distance of recently redesigned Kenneth Hahn Park, with hiking trails that connect all the way to the Culver City scenic overlook.
view park/windsor hills
Traditionally known as one of the most affluent African American communities in America, but now shifting to one of the most desirable communities to live in the Los Angeles Area. The two neighborhoods are part of a band of neighborhoods, from Culver City's Fox Hills district on the west to the Los Angeles neighborhood of Leimert Park on the east, with one of the largest, wealthiest, and most well-educated geographically contiguous upper-class communities in the western United States. There is a superb collection of houses and mansions in the Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean styles, most of which remain today. View Park architecture features the work of many notable architects, such as the Los Angeles Investment Company, Postle & Postle, R. F. Ruck, Paul Haynes, Leopold Fischer, H. Roy Kelley, Raphael Soriano, Charles W. Wong, Robert Earl, M.C. Drebbin, Vincent Palmer, Theodore Pletsch and Homer C. Valentine. It is also rumored that renown African American architect, Paul Williams had built several homes in View Park.