Perched on a hill with commanding views of LA, Ladera Heights is an affluent, diverse residential neighborhood. On the southern slopes of the Baldwin Hills, lie the upper reaches of Ladera Heights, one of the wealthiest neighborhoods on the Westside. Its median household income tops Brentwood’s, and its inventory of architecturally intact Midcentury Modern homes is almost unmatched in Los Angeles. The Midcentury aesthetic extends beyond the homes. Pann’s diner, an iconic L.A. eatery, also adds to the beauty of the neighborhood, and is a favorite of the community.
With a strong community spirit and a foundation of longtime residents, Ladera Heights is one of the rare L.A. neighborhoods where people get to know each other. Ladera Heights is an idyllic enclave that offers hillside living. Isolated from the web of surface streets clogged with Waze-wielding commuters, Ladera Heights represents a peaceful oasis on the bustling Westside.
Ladera Heights is bordered on the northwest by Culver City, on the east by
Baldwin Hills and View Park-Windsor Hills, on the south by Inglewood.