Hyde Park Homes For Sale



Hyde park is a neighborhood in the south part of the City of Los Angeles, and may also be considered to be a part of Park Mesa Heights which connects to it from the north.  Hyde Park is bordered by View Park-Windsor Hills to the west, Inglewood to the south, and Vermont Harbor / Chesterfield Square to the east.  Hyde Park is one of the oldest cp-ad-best-homes-top-buys-socal-jneighborhoods in the city, developed in the late 1800’s, and incorporated as part of Los Angeles in 1923.  There are 14 schools (public and private) serving Hyde Park, and residents can relax at the Van Ness Recreation Center at the intersection of W. Slauson Ave. and S. Van Ness Ave.  The Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area is only about 2 miles north west.  Other nearby attractions and amenities include the Staples Center, the Natural History Museum of L.A. County, the Forum, and the many retail stores and restaurants located in downtown Los Angeles.  The Harbor Freeway (110) and Santa Monica Freeway (405) are easily accessed and public transportation is readily available.


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