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Ladera Heights is a great location away from the hustle and bustle of city life. It is most often described as a peaceful, quiet neighborhood filled with friendly people. It’s portioned into three different sections, Upper Ladera, Lower Ladera, and Old Ladera. It’s one of the few neighborhoods known for its original architectural design from the 1950’s. Most of the exterior houses are unchanged, and this quality is one of the many reasons that Ladera is an ideal filming location for many studios. It’s diverse in its culture, it’s one of the safest areas of Los Angeles, and it’s central to many of your favorite locations. One of our favorite ways to spend time here? Ladera Park. This park has an outdoor amphitheater, tennis and basketball courts, baseball fields, picnic areas, and a recreation center.
Ladera Heights is composed of many homes from the 1950s, and most of them have their original exterior. Walking down the block is like walking straight into a 1950’s catalogue.
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This neighborhood is a Los Angeles rarity - people actually getting to know their neighbors. With a solid foundation of longtime residents, this is one of the friendliest places around.
Ladera Heights is isolated from most of the Westside hustle and bustle, and acts as a peaceful getaway for homeowners.
Did you that Ladera Heights has a very complex cultural history?
Racial covenants were a means of prohibiting buyers from reselling, leasing, or transferring property to members of a specific race. After racial covenants were lifted in the late 1940’s due to legality issues, many people of color and members of different religions were able to live in what is now considered “Old Ladera”. “New Ladera” was constructed out of custom homes by builders like Valentine and Fallant. Today, Ladera Heights is one of the most ethnically diverse areas of Los Angeles.
In the 1970’s, athletes began moving into Ladera Heights, including baseball player Frank Robinson. Other notable celebrities who have lived in Ladera include Peter Vidmar, Vanessa Williams, Chris Strait, Lisa Lesley, and Ken Norton. Magic Johnson was a previous member of the Ladera community, and even owned the Starbucks in the Ladera Center. The median household income in Ladera Heights is $118,000, while the median income of Los Angeles County is $56,196.