Sweet Serenity of Atwater Village

By: Tracy King Realty   05/12/2015
Keywords: Tracy King , Highland Park real estate , Washington homes , Northeast Los Angeles

The cozy village of Atwater is a community established in maturity and grace where residents can enjoy class-act dining and warm shops within walking distance of their homes. This diverse community takes pride in producing farmers' markets to strengthen community ties. Atwater used to be one of Los Angeles' leading fashion districts, but now it has developed into a nourishing affinity in which its residents can flourish and grow to their hearts’ content.

Atwater Village is located along the west of Glendale to the east of Griffith Park, Los Feliz and the Los Angeles River. Glassell Park is found to the south while the 134 freeway borders the north of Atwater. Atwater’s established business district is located along the border of Glendale next to the Los Angeles riverbank. The business district holds classy coffee shops, lively boutiques and unique shops knitting stores. This flat street has a beautiful view of the Verdugo Mountains, which are painted beautifully in sunset and sunrise.

In recent years, Atwater Village homes have become hot commodities to own. The beautiful, interesting neighborhoods are lined with quirky, interesting homes that have slowly been sold and then purchased by homeowners who have invested in restoring and remodeling these homes. As a result, Atwater Village real estate has steadily risen in value and demand.

The types of grills, delis and restaurants in Atwater are a manifestation of the mature vibe that the neighborhood has developed for itself. These eateries stay up to date on the most popular flavors to ensure that their menus are eclectic enough to satisfy most of their guests. For example, Atwater is home to the famous, organic "Hugo's Tacos Stand".In addition to meat, Hugo's also serves vegetarian and vegan dishes. People of all different sorts can enjoy a dinner at Hugo’s. Some of the restaurants may look lackluster on the outside, but the insides are decorated with hanging lights, candles, and trees. Because many of the shops are independent, the customer service is of the highest quality. Every bookshop seller and barista is clocked on to ensure that his or her guests are satisfied.

Atwater Village nightlife is fairly simple. The beautiful one-story homes glow in the light of their spacious front porches and desert gardens. Cacti, rocks and flowers radiate in the glow of sunset providing a beckoning of welcome to whoever may be arriving. The business district is illuminated as friends and family stroll along the sidewalk looking for a solution to their begging taste buds.

Atwater Village was named in Detail Magazine February 2012 as being one of the six up-and-coming neighborhoods in the world. This tranquil neighborhood has a large handful of cafes, shops and entertainment venues within walking distance. With its residents happily walking the streets together instead of being stuck in traffic alone, this neighborhood is friendly and relaxed.

For those wishing to buy or sell in Atwater Village, it is highly advised to locate an experienced Atwater Village realtor who understands the particular ins and outs of the neighborhood. Such an experienced agent will be able to properly represent both buyers and sellers in the transaction.

Keywords: Tracy King , Highland Park real estate , Washington homes , Northeast Los Angeles

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