West Hollywood

Center of all the fun and merriment.

Welcome to West Hollywood

A trendy and lively city known for being the center of it all.

Want to live where all the action is? Choose a home that’s just steps from the L.A. area’s hottest nightlife venues and restaurants in West Hollywood. This ultra-walkable neighborhood is home to a population of 36,450 individuals and is situated in Los Angeles County. The convenience of living here is unparalleled. Locals can quickly access some of the best shopping streets, including Robertson and Melrose, and have an easy commute to places such as Beverly Hills and Hollywood.
Prospective buyers will discover a fabulous selection of mid-century homes, modern condo units, and single-level properties. While the area is known for being the center of all the fun and merriment, residential areas are surprisingly calm and peaceful.

What to Love

  • Energetic, trendy vibe
  • Excellent nightlife, bars, and restaurants
  • Top-rated schools
  • Upscale shopping
  • Minutes from highly affluent neighborhoods

Local Lifestyle

West Hollywood has an “always-on” personality. In all of the L.A. area, this city has a reputation for being the bustling hub of all things fun, on-trend and exciting. The area encompasses hot spots such as the Sunset Strip and Santa Monica Boulevard. Locals enjoy several idyllic parks, including Plummer Park and West Hollywood Park. For such a lively place, it is surprising how peaceful and quiet the residential neighborhoods are. Tree-lined streets accompany beautiful homes that are as gorgeous on the exterior as they are on the interior.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

West Hollywood is a prime place for both shopping and dining. The stores on Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard are, by themselves, a reason to visit this part of the city.
Along the famed Melrose Avenue, explore the latest arrivals at favorite shops such as Formations (high-end furniture store), Du Vin Wine & Spirits, Janet Yonaty, Bastideaux fabric store, the Tempur-Pedic Flagship Store, RtA Melrose, and Design Within Reach. Minutes down the road on Robertson Boulevard, you can continue your leisurely day of shopping at upscale retailers such as DACHA home goods, Junction Los Angeles, Leclaireur Gallery, Lily Lodge (florist), and Gina Amir Atelier jewelry store. This list is a small sample of the exceptional boutiques and shops you’ll encounter on these two streets.
Dine like a true local once you’ve relocated to West Hollywood. The cuisine of every kind can be found within the city limits. Highly recommended establishments include Pizzana, Gracias Madre, Bottega Louie WEHO, Cecconi’s, Amarone Kitchen & Wine, WeHo Bistro, The Den, Norah, and Guisados.

Things to Do

Make the most of your days off in West Hollywood. As a hub for attractions and entertainment, this neighborhood offers plenty of spots to choose from.
Get Instagram-ready and visit the heavily photographed Pink Wall, a giant, the hot pink wall that brings in groups of tourists looking to snap a fun selfie. While you’re spending time outside, be sure to check out the amenities at West Hollywood Park (just off of Santa Monica Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard) and the historic Plummer Park (located along Santa Monica Boulevard and Vista Street).
The iconic buildings on the Sunset Strip make for another wonderful photo op. In the same general area, you can plan a visit to The Comedy Store comedy club, the William S. Hart Dog Park, and Rumble Boxing. Other notable places in town include Formosa Park, Kings Road Park, and the MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House.


Public schools in and around West Hollywood are top-notch. From pre-kindergarten to 12th grade, parents can find marvelous options.
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