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Hancock Park Real Estate

Search all Hancock Park houses for sale and real estate listings. Hancock Park real estate consists of many pre-war homes and estates formerly owned by the elite of early 20th century Los Angeles. Still an affluent neighborhood today, Hancock Park retains its charm and includes numerous homes of historic value surrounded by mature trees on rolling and well-manicured yards.

Hancock Park is one of the oldest and best-preserved neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Shopping is abundant in the area with retail districts found along Wilshire Boulevard, in quaint Larchmont Village, and in nearby Beverly Hills. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Hancock Park properties come on the market.

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Latest Hancock Park Real Estate Listings

Hancock Park Real Estate Market
November 17, 2019
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$859.29
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$2,164,000
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Hancock Park Information

Hancock Park is located within the 90004, 90020, 90010, and 90036 zip codes and is bordered by Miracle Mile to the west; Hollywood to the north; Windsor Square and Larchmont to the east; and Greater Wilshire to the south.

Hancock Park was developed by, and owes its name to, philanthropist and developer George Allan Hancock, who subdivided the land in the 1920s, using profits earned from oil drilling in the former Rancho La Brea, developing the neighborhood around the grounds of the Wilshire Country Club. Hancock was raised in a home near the La Brea tar pits, which he donated to Los Angeles County. Most of the homes in Hancock Park have a 50-foot setback from the street, per G. Allan Hancock's demands, and include a driveway on the side of the home leading to a rear garage though a porte-cochère.

Hancock Park homes sit on generous-sized lots. Large front yards are the norm because the original plan for the subdivision specified 50-foot setbacks from the street. Yards here are well-manicured and lush. Subtropical plants and flowers are common and reflect the early ambitions of Angelinos to create a West Coast version of paradise.

Mature trees line the streets of Hancock Park providing beauty as well as shade – they are both aesthetically pleasing and functional. Craggily Sycamore and Elm trees are the are the two most commonly planted.

Hancock Park Architecture

Most of the early homes built in Hancock Park, during the 1920s, were designed in various Period Revival architectural styles, including English, Spanish Colonial, Tudor, and Mediterranean. Home buyers will also find a fair number of American Colonial, French Revival, and Monterey style houses here, too. Over the decades, other architectural styles came on the scene including Contemporary and Mid Century Modern.

Hancock Park Spanish Home

Hancock Park Tudor Home

El Royale Hancock Park

Famous Hancock Park Estates and Homes:

  • 450 South June Street: Residence of the Los Angeles British Consuls-General since 1957. Architect: Wallace Neff
  • 191 Hudson Avenue (aka: Smith/Parsons House): One of the few free-standing Art Deco homes in the United States. Architect: Clarence J. Smale
  • 357 North Citrus Avenue (aka: Beckman House): A Los Angeles interpretation of the International Style. Architect: Gregory Ain
  • 200 Rimpau Boulevard (aka: Reynolds House): Built in the California Regency or Hollywood Regency style. Architect John Elgin Woolf
  • 165 South Hudson Avenue: 1927. Architect: Paul R. Williams
  • 345 South Hudson Avenue (aka: Rindge Estate): 1926. Architects: Koerner & Gage
  • 600 South Muirfield Road: 1925. Architect: Gene Verge
  • 611 South Muirfield Road (aka: Isidor Eisner Estate): 1925 Italian Revival home. Former home of Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith. Architect: Gordon Kaufmann
  • 526 North Plymouth Boulevard: Former home of Manny Pacquiao
  • 501 South Plymouth Boulevard (aka: Henry W. O'Melveny House): 1909. Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #756. Architects: Hunt, Eager & Burns
  • 800 South Plymouth Boulevard (aka: Ruskin Art Club): 1922 Mission Revival. City of Los Angeles Cultural Historic Monument #639
  • 1120 Westchester Place (aka: The Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion and The Murder House): 1908. Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #660. Earned the moniker "The Murder House" after being featured on the television series American Horror Story. Architect: Alfred F. Rosenheim
  • 221 South St Andrews Place: 1913 Craftsman. Architects: Alfred & Arthur Heineman. Renovation architect: Barbara Bestor. Landscape architect: Campion Walker
  • 950 South Highland Avenue: 2001 modern architectural home. Featured in Architectural Record, LA Architect, Los Angeles Times, Architecture, Sunset, and Metropolitan Home. Architects: Linda Pollari and Robert Somol of P XS

Notable and Celebrity Hancock Park Residents (Past and Present):

  • David Schwimmer: Actor, Director, Producer and Activist
  • Kathy Bates: Actress
  • Nat King Cole: Musician
  • Antonio Banderas: Actor
  • George Takei: Activist and Actor
  • Lou Rawls: Musician
  • Bruce Feirstein: Writer
  • Dee Dee Myers: Former White House Press Secretary
  • Tavis Smiley: Talk Show Host
  • Mae West: Comedian, Actress, and Singer
  • Melanie Griffith: Actress
  • James Spader: Actor
  • Mike Murphy: Political Consultant
  • Rob Zombie: Musician and Director
  • Mindy Kaling: Actress, Writer, Producer, and Director
  • Milla Jovovich: Actress, Model and Musician
  • Natalie Cole: Musician

Hancock Park Real Estate Information

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