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I was on my way up to Hollywood and decided to stop here for a little bit and look around the area after hearing so much about it. There are so many Victorian homes in the area in varying degrees of condition (some are beautifully...More
The LA Conservancy's monthly walking tour in and about these homes was incredibly informational and connected us to the community and individuals living in these historic homes. It was the perfect length of time for a reasonable price with a wonderful guide.
The Angelino Heights Historic Area is close to downtown LA and not far from Echo Park. It is just a few blocks some beautiful and colorful houses from a very romantic era of architecture and style. The streets are a pleasure to walk through and...More
I don't think you would spend more than maybe 20 minutes in this neighborhood but the houses are absolutely beautiful! Like in old movies! I'm thinking Anne of Green Gables and such, beautiful Victorian houses! I absolutely recommend this area!
When one walks through this area, it is hard to believe you are smack dab in the middle of twenty-first century Los Angeles...one feels he has been transported back 100 years to a small town. The homes in this area are old and are kept...More
Angelino Heights was the first really fashionable area of the Los Angelos before Hancock Park and Beverly Hills. This small historical area is off the map unless you know the history of the city and is now part of the up and coming Echo Park...More
I read Charles Fleming's "Secret Stairs" in LA and decided to visit Angelino Heights. The 2.5 miles walk starts from Echo Park Lake and continues to Angelino Heights (about 2 hours). I also checked out the LA Conservancy website for additional information prior to the...More
We took the Angelino Heights walking to with the Los Angeles Conservancy. The tour is offered the first Saturday and reservations are required.
Google the Los Angeles Conservancy for information about the tour.
I have driven Carroll Street and Angelino Heights a number of times.This...More
If you've seen San Francisco, these three streets will seem very little compared to the thousands of Victorian gems you can admire there. But having a little stroll down this quiet neighborhood is a treat. Please park your car and walk. It drove me nuts...More