Nestled between the busy Hollywood, Fairfax, and Larchmont shopping areas, the neighborhood of Hancock park remains its own peaceful retreat. As a historic and affluent residential area, it boasts many architecturally distinctive 1920s homes. Over the years local activists have been able to retain the classic neighborhood feel. In 1986 a Congressional ban was passed on tunneling through the neighborhood. The ban prevented the Red Line Subway from being routed along Wilshire Boulevard through the neighborhood, thus maintaining its secluded neighborhood feel. 

With its proximity to main shopping areas on Larchmont Blvd, Beverly, and Melrose, there is no shortage of convenience for homeowners in Hancock Park. On a clear day there are even views of the Hollywood sign. 




Grocery Shopping

Restaurants and Nightlife

Hancock Park has a little bit of everything - from organic, vegan restaurants and bakeries to a sinfully delicious ice creamery. There is something for everyone:


Work off the delicious treats from the list above at the following area gyms.



  • Frances Blend Special School P-6 - 5210 Clinton St

Elementary Schools

  • Hancock Park Elementary School - 408 S Fairfax Ave

  • Samuel A. Fryer Yavneh Hebrew Elementary School - 5353 W Third St

 Middle School & High School

  • John Burroughs Middle School - 600 S McCadden Pl 
  • Marlborough High School - 250 S Rossmore Ave

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