La Crescenta-Montrose is bordered on the north by the Angeles National Forest, on the east by La Cañada Flintridge, on the south by Glendale, and to the west by Sunland-Tujunga.
La Crescenta-Montrose is somewhat unique in that some neighborhoods are unincorporated while the majority actually lie within the city of Glendale. Many areas off beautiful views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Foothill Blvd. runs along the southern part of the city offering shopping and restaurants, as well as easy access to neighboring communities.
There are many school options available to residents of La Cresenta-Montrose, both public and private: 7 public elementary, 1 public middle school, and 2 public high schools; there are 9 private / independent school options.
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Points of interest include “St. Luke’s of the Mountains” Episcopal Church designed and built in the 1920’s by famed artist Seymour Thomas; Le Mesnager Barn, a stone barn built in 1911 being renovated as a nature and history center; La Crescenta Woman’s Club buit in 1925; Sparr Heights Community Center built in 1930 and serving as a community hall and senior center.
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