Angelino Heights in Echo Park is home to some of the most historic homes in the city and this 1901 Victorian is no exception.
Echo Park real estate is among the earliest developed in Los Angeles. Choose a home here for an urban and authentic neighborhood, excellent city and sunset views, historic architectural houses, and a great nightlife. The area provides easy access to major freeways and Dodger Stadium and is convenient to downtown. Our Echo Park, Los Angeles neighborhood guide offers more details, and you can explore featured listings for Echo Park real estate below.
Rare unit at the modernist Lago Vista complex in Echo Park designed by architect Allyn Morris in 1973.
Surrounded by the iconic palm trees lining Laveta Terrace is this grand 1921 Spanish in the heart of Echo Park.
Modern and stylish compound in the heart of Echo Park.
Stunning brand new modern home in the heart of vibrant Echo Park. Located just a few blocks off Sunset, this recently completed two-story 4BR/3BA features high-end and stylish finishes, an open floor plan, and great indoor/outdoor flow.
A stunning contemporary residence by Breland-Harper in the hills of Echo Park.
Move-in ready and centrally located, this two-story modern home in the heart of Echo Park has been fully rehabbed with designer finishes.
Build your dream home on this gently up-sloping Echo Park lot with amazing views. Located on a quiet and private cul-de-sac in the coveted Elysian Heights neighborhood.
Three detached Spanish bungalows on one lot in the heart of Echo Park. This special and rare triplex is gated with a large hedge for extra privacy.
A fantastic opportunity to own a two-story townhome within Echo Park’s Lago Vista, an iconic modernist complex designed by architect Allyn E. Morris in 1973.