Centrally located, with hillside Craftsman homes and stunning views in all directions, the quiet neighborhood of Glassell Park is on the rise.
THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GLASSELL PARK
professionals, students, recent graduates, commuters, young professionals, artists, outdoorsy types, empty nesters, first-time homebuyers, young families, families, hipsters
GLASSELL PARK IS GREAT FOR
walkability, good parking, interstate access, parks and recreation, cultural enclave, public parks, nearby neighborhoods, local scene, artsy shops, skyline views, nature, outdoor space, proximity to places, foodies, street art, quiet & serene, pet friendly, down to earth
GLASSELL PARK AREA HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE
Glassell Park Recreation Center, Glassell Park Pool, Glassell Park Farmers Market, Rio de Los Angeles State Park
Homes in Glassell Park are always in demand. The time for selling - or buying - a home in Glassell Park has never been more ideal.
One of Los Angeles's oldest neighborhoods, today Glassell Park is on the rise. The momentum of Glassell Park's resurgance is best represented in the “Glasellland” sign, a throwback to the Hollywood sign, as well as the diverse neighborhood's community pride. The abundance of historic homes at a relatively low cost has attracted artists and other creatives, as well as young middle-class families. Gorgeous Craftsman and mid-century modern-style homes sprinkle the hills of Glassell Park, providing awe-inspiring views in every direction.
Glassell Park is known as the gateway to Northeast Los Angeles, a region flourishing with new small businesses. The best of LA's shops, cafes and restaurants are just down the street in Eagle Rock, Highland Park and Atwater Village. As the 2 and 5 freeways conveniently intersect nearby, the whole of Los Angeles is easy access. Just a ten-minute drive to the north, the 2 freeway provides access to breathtaking hiking trails, skiing and rock climbing. Just a ten-minute drive to the south, bustling Downtown Los Angeles has world-class museums, fine dining, Little Tokyo and Disney Concert Hall.
Glassell Park's many parks and open spaces offer outdoor activities and a quiet reprieve from the big city. Rio de Los Angeles State Park is a stone's throw away and features sports fields, picnic tables and restored wetlands, with many native plants and wildlife. Paths along the Los Angeles River are popular for running, biking, fishing and birdwatching. Herons, mallards, Canadian geese and pelicans can be spotted along the river. The nearby Glendale Narrows was recently opened to canoeing and kayaking. The Glassell Park Recreation Center offers music, dance, tennis and soccer classes to kids and adults.
When choosing a Glassell Park real estate agent ... experience matters
Because demand for homes in Glassell Park is typically high and inventory is typically low, real estate in Glassell Park has become a seller’s market. Both buyers and sellers, then, are advised to work only with real estate agents who are experienced and intimately familiar with Glassell Park's real estate market to represent them in the transaction.
In and Around Glassell Park, CA
With over 30 years experience in helping clients buy and sell homes in Northeast Los Angeles, Tracy King has a depth of real estate knowledge that makes her the go-to for both the first-time home buyer and the seasoned real estate investor. When she's not holding open houses or negotiating offers, Tracy enjoys wine tasting, cooking, or planning her next trip to Paris. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Northeast Los Angeles, contact the Tracy King Team at 323.243.1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.