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Named after the Cheviot Hills in the U.K., Cheviot Hills is also characterized by its rolling, green hills and landscape. The neighborhood enjoys a wide variety of homes set on spacious lots in Tudor, Spanish Revival, Mediterranean and other styles. Flanked by Beverlywood and Century City, Cheviot Hills has access to the West Side’s active business districts.
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Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park are two adjacent neighborhoods tucked in between West Los Angeles and the towers of Century City. Considering its tall skyscrapers for neighbors, it might be unexpected that Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park are very peaceful and family-oriented Los Angeles neighborhoods. They are, and they’re a very desirable area on the Westside to call home.FIND AN AGENT
Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park are very neighborhood-centered communities. Young families and children build community in the parks and backyards of the neighborhood, while staying flexible and open to the rest of what Los Angeles has to offer. But as far as picturesque residential neighborhoods that happen to be in the heart of a major city go, Cheviot HIlls and Rancho Park are top options.
Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park one of the more scenic residential neighborhoods on the Westside. The Cheviot Hills Recreation Center, along with the Rancho Park Golf Course and Hillcrest Country Club are gathering points for the community.
With thriving restaurant and business districts in nearby Culver City and Westwood, it’s easy to experience the best of the Westside while staying close to home.
Many private schools are in the vicinity of Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park, including the Le Lycee Francais de Los Angeles, Notre Dame Academy is an all-girls Catholic High School in the area, and the other private schools of Brentwood and Bel Air are not far away either. Public schools in the area include Overland Avenue Elementary and Castle Heights Elementary.
Real estate in Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park is hot and getting hotter. Home values are just under $2 million, up almost 14 percent from 2015. Nearly all of the properties in the area are single-family homes,
and many of them are larger than the homes in neighboring Westwood and Culver City. New construction mingles with older homes in the neighborhood as well.
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