La Crescenta is an incorporated community of just under 20,000 which encompasses parts of the Crescenta Valley that don’t fall into the nearby cities of Glendale or La Cañada. The northern border of this region is defined by the Angeles National Forest; prior to its suburban development, the area was a popular resort town, due to its ideal Verdugo Hills location and proximity to LA. Homes for sale in La Crescenta vary from mature ranch-style homes, charming cottages, new construction townhouses, attractive condominiums and coveted luxury real estate.
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The La Crescenta real estate market is diverse and varied; you’ll find gorgeous 1920s cottages, bursting with charm and character, featuring original hardwood floors, cobblestone, and mature landscaping. Many of these homes have been also expertly renovated to include all of the most-wanted amenities and conveniences. There are also some fabulous luxury properties in the hills; these exquisite La Crescenta houses command breathtaking views of the region as far as Los Angeles and Catalina Island.
For those who prefer a maintenance-free lifestyle, there are some condos and townhouses in La Crescenta. These properties vary from affordable condos offering great value, to spacious, high-end townhouses perfect for those seeking an executive home without the responsibility of a house.
Homes in La Crescenta are found in a wonderful community and a great location. Locals enjoy the quiet neighborhoods and rural atmosphere, and the convenience of being just 20 minutes from Downtown LA. The cities of Glendale and Pasadena are also just moments away. The community includes various parks and local amenities, including an esteemed collection of schools, which are part of the Glendale Unified School District. There are also some private and independent study schools in the community.
La Crescenta is the site of various historic buildings and points of interest, including The Old School Bell, dating back to the community’s first school, circa 1890. This bell is now located in front of La Crescenta Elementary School, and run once a year by the local graduates. There are also several historic churches and places of worship from the turn of the 19th century. The La Crescenta Women’s Club’s clubhouse was erected in 1925, and still serves as the club’s venue.
If you’re looking for a lovely rural community to call home, one that is conveniently located near the larger communities of Glendale, Pasadena and Los Angeles, then consider real estate in La Crescenta. Give us a call at 1-877-878-4098 or send an email; we’re happy to help you choose the perfect SoCal home.
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Listing information last updated on August 3, 2020, 2:12 pm PDT