Hancock Park Rentals and Leases
Included below are available Hancock Park Luxury Leases.
Hancock Park, also referred to as Greater Wilshire, is home to some of the most architecturally stunning homes within all of Los Angeles. Homes within the neighborhood date back to the early 1900s and many mansions within the neighborhood, unlike a large majority of LA Real Estate, still sit on large lots boasting mature foliage and added greenery for privacy. From Tudor as well as Italian Revival-inspired homes, the mansion within the neighborhood often boasts original architecture with modern renovations and finishes, keeping the history alive while still updating and renovating where needed. Found between Santa Monica Blvd., Interstate 10 and 405, travel to and from the neighborhood is a breeze whether for leisure or occupational needs.
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Why Choose a Luxury Lease Property in Hancock Park
While Hancock Park is home to some of the most stunning architecture within the greater LA area, due to its history and the age of the homes, many of the homes have needed full renovations, costly repairs, and in addition, require continual upkeep and preventative maintenance to keep the homes’ original structure and charm intact. While this could be a fixer uppers dream, for many, choosing a luxury lease property in Hancock Park is ideal as it allows you to enjoy all the perks of the historic Hancock Park homes, without the upkeep or renovations that may be required.
The Wilshire Country Club is a staple within the Hancock Park community and can be found in the near center of the neighborhood. Home to multiple tournaments, the Wilshire Country Club dates back to 1919 and the club remains one of the most talked-about Southern California golfing destinations. Only a few moments south of some of Hollywood’s most famous venues including the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Hollywood Wax Museum, exploring both in and surrounding Hancock Park provides multiple sources of dining, shopping and entertainment for those of all ages.
Start your morning at Bricks and Scones with a fresh cup of coffee and a pastry to go or enjoy sipping your morning brew with either breakfast or lunch on the patio under the brightly colored umbrellas. Whether you’re in the mood for a sweet treat, something savory, or a combination of both, the strangely addicting flavor combinations at Salt & Straw Ice Cream Shop are both intriguing and delicious. In addition to the multiple restaurants in the area, Hancock Park is also surrounded by dozens of different trails for hiking, biking or a leisurely stroll where you can enjoy the California sunshine.