Eagle Rock: Trendy for Real Estate and Dining

By: Tracy King Realty   06/22/2016
Keywords: Houses, Land Management, House Rentals

Eagle Rock is a popular neighborhood based in the hilly region of Northeast Los Angeles. Notarized by a giant rock that has the shape of a flyingeagle on its face, this charming community has seen staggering increases in both real estate sales and unique dining offerings. And it isn’t just a lot of restaurants and homes for sale in Eagle Rock. The overall culture and community is continuing to enrich and develop further. Annually Eagle Rock hosts the “Eagle Rock Music Festival”, where residents gather by the thousands to listen to music, socialize and visit booths where local businesses offer free samples and brochures to their potential customers.

Eagle Rock realtors have been exceptionally busy! The real estate super site “Redfin” named Eagle Rock the second most up-and-coming neighborhood in America for the year of 2014. Redfin analyzes the number of searches people performed for properties in each neighborhood. The neighborhoods with the highest searches were considered for the title. Eagle Rock has been on the incline for a while, but from 2013 to 2014 alone there was a 128% increase in page views and a median sale price of $539,000. In fact, home prices increased 25-30% in just one year. The original listing prices are always just starting points as its assured that there will be a higher offer. However, the final price of homes remains to be reasonable. Many Silver Lake “hipsters” move to Eagle Rock to raise their families. Eagle Rock is in close proximity to major freeways and found between Pasadena and Glendale. There are many prospective buyers searching in Eagle Rock because of the upward trends. It skyrocketed in popularity over a short period of time.

The increase in young, hip families has initiated a wildfire of independent trendy shops and cafes that charmingly sit along the tree lined sidewalks. The Coffee Table Café on Colorado Blvd serves delicious traditional American food for breakfast, brunch and dinner along with special coffee and teas. One of the most popular chic restaurants in the area is Cacao Mexicatessen, which serves as a traditional deli and restaurant with exotic dishes. Cacao also has a bar, which serves a various selection of wine and beer. Yoga studios and Pilates studios have begun to pop up allowing the attendees to visit their favorite coffee shop after a rigorous workout. Eagle Rock has also become the home to unique experiences like a cheese shop and shaved ice shop.

Eagle Rock has an assortment of various styled homes. Perhaps two of the most sought out style is the wrap around porch Craftsman homes and Bungalow styled homes. Spanish Revivals and Classic Victorians are scattered throughout the neighborhood while maintaining their original designs. Eagle Rock is a hot city for families to grow and for culture to develop.

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