It is hard to imagine, but when Windsor Village was established in the 1920s it was considered West Los Angeles. Now it sits as a quiet refuge in the heart of the city, with easy access to all that L.A. has to offer. Spanish Colonial Revival homes mingle with other Revival style dwellings dating from the neighborhood’s original development along the Wilshire Street Car line. Today stylish townhouses and condominiums add to the diversity of the neighborhood’s purchasing options. This mix of old and new is a big part of Windsor Village’s draw as it reflects Los Angeles’ rich history and forward-looking nature. The neighborhood’s epicenter is Harold A. Henry Park, whose fields and playgrounds help this vibrant and diverse community keep a small-town feel in the heart of Los Angeles. The neighborhood is also home to the historic the Ruskin Arts Club (established 1888) and the gorgeous Wilshire-Ebell Theatre, were Judy Garland was discovered. If you explore Windsor Village, there’s no end to the discoveries you’ll make.
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