Hancock Park boasts pre-war homes with great historic value. Along with Windsor Square, Hancock Park and Fremont Placeare the most well-preserved neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The towering trees and the gently sloping,well-manicured lawns add even more charm to this historic community.The streets seem refreshingly expansive as the houses tend to be set back far away from the street, and power lines are hidden underneath the pavement.
Today, Hancock Park remains one of the richest neighborhoods in the state. The household income of the residents constantly ranks among the highest in the United States. With its central location in the city, Hancock Park continues to be one of the most desirable places to live across Southern California. In the area of Larchmont Village, Wilshire Boulevard and the nearby Beverly Hills, the residents of Hancock Park have easy access to many shopping centers, numerous retail stores and Hancock Park is close proximity to the Wilshire Country Club and the Los Angeles Tennis Club.