With gently rolling hills and mature sycamores, magnolias and oaks lining the streets, you might forget that you are in the heart of the City when living in Longwood Highlands. The neighborhood boasts a diverse array of architectural styles for which Los Angeles is famous. These include Spanish Colonial, American Craftsman and Dutch Colonial. Longwood Highlands is also a great area to get your foot in the door. Its diverse stock of duplexes and triplexes as well as single family homes can serve as a stepping stone to jump into the real estate arena, and is a worthy purchase to include in your retirement portfolio. Diversity may well be the keyword for this neighborhood; from the architectural styles, to the residents, to the easy access to cool shops and chic restaurants. In fact, there are so many shopping and dining options so close to this quiet neighborhood, you might even be tempted to walk in L.A. This area has grown and matured over the years, coming gracefully into its own. As a result, Longwood Highlands has definitely caught the eye of Westsiders looking for more bang for their buck .
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