Founded in 1984, West Hollywood, commonly called WeHo, is a popular city in Los Angeles County. Hiking local trails, running down the boulevards, or visiting a high-end gym, WeHo residents are ready for fitness. West Hollywood is the LGBTQ capital of Los Angeles. It is also known for being Dog, Vegan and Cross-Fit-Friendly. In West Hollywood, you can take your dog to some local yoga classes or gyms.
Although, the city of West Hollywood is quite small, it encompasses several fabulous neighborhoods. The area known as Norma Triangle, runs north of Santa Monica Boulevard and south of Sunset Boulevard, with charming single-family bungalows from the 1910’s and ‘20’s. It is said that silent movie star Norma Talmadge had a studio here, and the small houses were dressing rooms for the stars. During the daytime, Santa Monica Boulevard, also at the heart of the LGBTQ, offers many upscale shopping boutiques and delightful restaurants. Sunset Boulevard runs through WeHo, with bars and clubs that stay open all night, it’s where people go to have fun.
Tri-West is a little West Hollywood neighborhood with single-family homes and apartment complexes. North of Melrose Avenue, south of Santa Monica Boulevard between the Pacific Design Center and La Cienega. Near the West Hollywood Park and Library, the area is mostly in the flats, making it convenient for people to get around. The community is near local shopping and restaurants, is closely knit, where people feel comfortable, lookout for, and get to know one another.
The smallest of communities is known as, WeHo Heights only a few blocks of the city. Almost entirely apartment buildings, many people have called this home for years. Bordered by Sunset, it is the most crowded of all areas. The community strives to maintain and preserve the quality of life of, and to create continued awareness in, their little part of West Hollywood.
West Hollywood is known for its friendly neighbors, fun community events, and fantastic location. A great place for singles, young couples, and professionals looking to get into the LA scene.
An oasis-like hideaway offers unique multi structure luxurious live/work options surrounded by tall privacy hedges, olive trees and extensive specimen gardens.
Unit #4. Tastefully remodeled spacious West Hollywood condo in the heart of WEHO. This 3-story, 1BD/2BA + Loft unit offers a multitude of distinct features throughout, and an abundance of natural light in each floor that won’t go unnoticed. The bright and airy living room featuring high ceilings, an open floor plan, decorative fireplace and tile floors.
Lloyd Wright Studio and Residence, 1927. One of the most historic and iconic properties in prime West Hollywood, this duplex is ideal for both live and work.
Living is easy in this Melrose Arts District Spanish home, situated in the heart of the popular Melrose Arts District.
Quintessential Spanish Contemporary home with chic designer flair. Ensconced in luxurious privacy provided by mature hedges and perimeter fencing, this two bedroom, two-and-a-half bath plus studio with bathroom and yard with room for a pool offers everything one craves in a Southern California abode.
Welcome to this West Hollywood Spanish California Bungalow in the heart of the city. Enter the home through a gated and private courtyard. This published 1920’s classic has been re-imagined throughout by a celebrity interior designer.
The Andalusia Historic West Hollywood condo, unit 8 is a stunning example of Spanish Revival architecture, listed on the National Register of Historic Places the property offers significant property tax savings through the Mills Act. An elegant building, built by Arthur and Nina Zwebell in 1926, it has a celebrated history, once home to Jimi Hendrix, Marlon Brando, Caesar Romero and Jason Schwartzman among others. This upper unit boasts interior spaces flooded with natural light. The living room’s lofted wood beam ceilings and clerestory windows create a light and bright, yet old-world feel.
This striking West Hollywood Richard Dorman Mid Century Home was originally designed by the renowned architect in 1958. It has been methodically restored and re-imagined by Studio Tim Campbell who preserved the original structural details while embracing 21st-century tastes.
The Schustack Residence – 1957 – by architect Howard Lane. Originally a student of Mies van der Rohe in Chicago, the designs of Lane’s Los Angeles firm were known mostly commercial buildings such as the Neo-Streamline Moderne Travelers Insurance Building on Ventura Boulevard.
“The House that Hangs in the Sky.” This dazzling mid-century “crystal box,” was designed by architect Josef Van der Kar. Known as the “Wohlstetter House,” the residence has been featured in The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Modernism, and many architectural books for its open floor plan and mastery of light.