Miracle Mile CA Real Estate

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Miracle Mile Homes for Sale

All Listings $600,000 - $700,000 $700,000 - $800,000
Over $1,000,000
12 Properties Found. Page 1 of 1.
Photo of Listing #19515262

1100 Meadowbrook Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$1,525,000 - 3,165 Sf

MLS® # 19515262

Photo of Listing #19513260

1009 S Cochran Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$1,750,000 - 1,449 Sf

MLS® # 19513260

Photo of Listing #19513324

906 S Sycamore Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$1,799,000 - 2,884 Sf

MLS® # 19513324

Photo of Listing #19509626

750 S Spaulding Avenue 127, Los Angeles (City)

$779,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,305 Sf

MLS® # 19509626

Photo of Listing #19508730

1166 S Cochran Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$2,684,262 - 3,421 Sf

MLS® # 19508730

Photo of Listing #19509992

5670 W Olympic B01, Los Angeles (City)

$650,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,037 Sf

MLS® # 19509992

Photo of Listing #19505824

1117 S Ridgeley Drive, Los Angeles (City)

$1,749,000 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,927 Sf

MLS® # 19505824

Photo of Listing #19500602

1074 S Cloverdale Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$2,290,000 - 5,746 Sf

MLS® # 19500602

Photo of Listing #19490258

823 S Sierra Bonita Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$1,960,000 - 4 Beds, 4 Baths, 3,592 Sf

MLS® # 19490258

Photo of Listing #SR19173411

910 Masselin Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$1,595,000 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,786 Sf

MLS® # SR19173411

Photo of Listing #19487074

900 S Mansfield Avenue, Los Angeles (City)

$3,999,999 - 8,168 Sf

MLS® # 19487074

Photo of Listing #19486194

5210 W Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles (City)

$5,900,000 - 12,804 Sf

MLS® # 19486194

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Miracle Mile

LACMA • La Brea Tar Pits

About Miracle Mile

Real Estate Statistics
Total Listings 12
Average Price $2,223,438
Highest Price $5,900,000
Lowest Price $650,000

The Miracle Mile, part of Mid-Wilshire in central Los Angeles, was one of the first purpose-built automobile-centered shopping districts in the United States. Developed in the 1920s, when cars were just beginning to become popular and widespread, developer A.W. Ross envisioned a linear shopping district which revolved around ample parking, large thoroughfares and shops which had wide storefronts and large signs that could easily be seen by drivers travelling at 30 mph or slower. Emphasizing the new architectural trends of Art Deco and Streamline Moderne in the construction of the many shops and businesses, the Miracle Mile proved to be an overwhelming success, as indicated by its name. It continues to be an almost exclusively commercial neighborhood with an emphasis on large shops with enormous storefront display windows. There are also a number of commercial high rises in the area, which are home to a large number of local offices for local and international corporations.

The central location and massive shops have contributed to the area becoming one of the most in-demand places to live in the United States. As such, it has become the most congested affluent district in Los Angeles, with large storefronts serving as the ground floor to large condominium developments. Most residential structures are multi-family dwellings and all are upscale, serving as home to much of Los Angeles's working elite. There are a few single family homes in the area, and while luxurious, they are notably smaller than those located further out from central Los Angeles. Their location, excellent construction and upscale amenities makes them exceedingly in demand, and Miracle Mile real estate agents have no trouble selling them.

Transportation is almost exclusively by car. Though the parking and thoroughfares were more than ample when initially constructed, the region has since become highly congested, with parking becoming difficult and traffic becoming slow. As such, there are plans to extend the subway into the area, although this is expected to take many years and has been hampered by subterranean methane deposits. There are currently no plans to expand sidewalks or bus service in the area, as this would hinder the already cramped traffic situation.

The Miracle Mile is served by the Los Angeles unified school district. The affluence of the neighborhood has led to an emphasis on education and the arts, and most notably museums. The neighborhood's "Museum Row" is home to the L.A. County Museum of Art, the Petersen Automotive Museum, the A+D Museum: Los Angeles and the museum for the nearby La Brea Tar Pits, among others. The region is also home to the city's largest collection of art deco buildings, produced early in the neighborhood's history, and the city register of historical places has worked to preserve such buildings.

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Based on information from California Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. as of October 16th, 2019 at 9:27pm CDT. This information is for your personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties you may be interested in purchasing. Display of MLS data is usually deemed reliable but is NOT guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Buyers are responsible for verifying the accuracy of all information and should investigate the data themselves or retain appropriate professionals. Information from sources other than the Listing Agent may have been included in the MLS data. Unless otherwise specified in writing, Broker/Agent has not and will not verify any information obtained from other sources. The Broker/Agent providing the information contained herein may or may not have been the Listing and/or Selling Agent.

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