Find homes for sale in Silver Lake and Echo Park. Please note that the Multiple Listing Service combines both communities for search purposes.
Echo Park is one of the top 10 growing neighborhoods in the U.S. Founded in the 19th century. It’s central attraction is the reservoir in what is the original Echo Park, so named because the workers building it heard their voices echoing off the surrounding hills.
Once the poor man’s Silver Lake, Echo Park is fast joining its wealthier neighbor to the west in competition to house one of the most diverse populations in the country. Its proximity to Downtown L.A. with its undulating hills, spectacular views and still affordable housing make it a place well worth considering making your home.
There are many coffee houses, restaurants, art galleries unique to the area, and its relative affordability and eclectic nature make it one of the more diversified areas in the country.
Silver Lake is home of some of the most famous modernist architecture in the U.S., Neutra, Schindler, Lautner, Wright, and Ain being among the most well-known architects commissioned to build residences in the area hills give rise to some of the most spectacular views in the city of Los Angeles; Griffith Park Observatory, the Hollywood sign and the namesake reservoir. Silver Lake is home to many trendy restaurants, coffee shops, and boutiques.