Rancho Park Community Information Localism

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty Beverly Hills

We are sponsoring the Rancho Park region of Los Angeles! Come and check out our photos and community details.

The Not For Tourists Guide to Los Angeles states "Rancho Park is like Beverly Hills with better taste." The area has a quiet, suburban feel nestled between Westwood and Culver City so it is centrally located. This is one of the few areas in Los Angeles where you can find fall foliage on the deciduous tree lined streets. This is an affluent middle class neighborhood consisting of Spanish Colonial Bungalows and Ranch Houses.

Rancho Park is bordered by Westwood on the northwest , West LA on the west, South Robertson on the east,  Cheviot Hills on the Southeast  and Palms on the south. The district's boundaries are generally considered to be the San Diego Freeway (I-405) on the west, Olympic Boulevard on the north, Manning Avenue (south of Pico Boulevard) and Beverly Glen Boulevard (north of Pico) on the east, and the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) on the south.

If golf is one of your passions this area hosts the well known Rancho Park Golf Course as well as the Hillcrest Country Club. For other outdoor activities check out Cheviot Hills Park for tennis, basketball, baseball and more.

Along Pico you can also find 20th Century Fox Studios and the Museum of Tolerance and for shopping check out the Westside Pavilion. Rancho Park is home to many restaurants such as Apple Pan, Bourbon Street Shrimp, Guy-kaku, Hop Li, John O'Groat's, Lot 1224 and Zen Bakery.

 Westside Pavilion

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