WELCOME TO EAGLE ROCK
With homes that are full of style and character, an investment in Eagle Rock real estate is typically a sound one.
If you are a homebuyer or home seller seeking to sell or purchase a home in the presently thriving Northeast Los Angeles community of Eagle Rock, you've come to the right place. The AP Real Estate Group understands all of the ins and outs of this very special "hipster" neighborhood that has been in the process of revitalization and gentrification for the past several years.
Eagle Rock, a mostly affluent and artistic neighborhood, is located between Pasadena on the East and Glendale to the West. It is bordered on the Southeast by Highland Park and Mt. Washington and on the Southwest by Glassell Park. Eagle Rock has a population of over 35,000 residents comprising 11,762 individual households. As of January 2020, the average cost of a home in Eagle Rock has reached $884,000 and has been steadily rising over the past three years.
An investment in Eagle Rock real estate is typically a sound one. Eagle Rock is a community of many different kinds and sizes of homes, from midcentury modern, to California craftsman bungalows, and Spanish bungalows. Tudors, Spanish revivals, Art Deco homes and even a well-known street with small mansions can also be found in Eagle Rock. Many of these well-preserved homes were built at the turn of the century, with the vast majority of homes in Eagle Rock built between 1920 and 1940.
These homes are typically full of style and character, sitting on lots where no two homes look even close the same. While most of the homes are set in the lowland valley that comprises most of Eagle Rock, hundreds of homes dot the hillsides around the perimeter of Eagle Rock. These homes feature awe-inspiring views of the mountains, the Valley and even the Downtown Los Angeles skyline.
Because of this incredible variety of home types, it is vital that you choose a real estate agent who isn't only familiar with Eagle Rock, but who is a bona-fide expert; one who understands not only the particulars of homes and neighborhoods but also of the community, including schools and parks, dining and shopping.