Best Neighborhoods: Where to Live in Los Angeles

Los Angeles Neighborhoods

Choosing a neighborhood in Los Angeles is a matter of finding the best fit for your lifestyle. Our Realtors are local experts who live across the Los Angeles area and one of our focuses is an intimate knowledge of Los Angeles neighborhoods.

Are top-rated schools or privacy a concern? Are city views or ocean views a priority (or both)? Will you be happiest situated a short commute from work in a vibrant urban area filled with street life, public transportation, coffee shops, parks, and restaurants? Would you trade walkability for a commute and more square footage and a large yard? Or do you want the best of both worlds? Whatever your needs, the Realtors of Luxury Homes Los Angeles are here to help you find the best Los Angeles neighborhood for your lifestyle.

Our site was designed with one thing in mind: optimizing the search for a home by neighborhood. The detailed property listings are accompanied by data from several sources to that you get an overview of the neighborhood around the home, the nearby schools, as well as the distance to the closest amenities likes restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, dry cleaners, gyms, bars, parks, and public transportation.

Our real estate agents are always available for a personal consultation and the advice a website sometimes can't offer. If you prefer to start the search on your own, the links below will take you to pages with more detailed information on the best communities of Los Angeles and direct links to real estate listings.

We hope our Los Angeles community information helps you choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the luxury homebuyer in Los Angeles. Our Realtors also recommend these community information resources when trying to match a lifestyle with a neighborhood or when trying to get a better feel for what Westside community is best for you:

  • Picket Report - Community information on schools, lifestyle demographics, crime, and neighborhood amenities.
  • Sperling's Best Places - Choose two communities you want to compare and the site provides census-like information of both locations in a side-by-side format. Data on the United States as a whole is also provided to offer more context.
  • Great Schools - Resource for determining the quality of schools available in your desired location. Try to stick with schools rated 8, 9, or 10 and place less emphasis on the parent reviews.

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