Homes for Sale near LACMA, Los Angeles, CA

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, more commonly known as LACMA, is a prestigious institution featuring one of the world’s largest collections of art pieces. The museum is located within a 20-acre campus with several structures housing priceless pieces of art that locals and tourists can visit and appreciate. You can find the LACMA at 5905 Willshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, within the La Brea district located directly west of Hancock Park and the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum. Enjoy a day outside with the family by touring the extensive art galleries, live displays, and feature attractions in one of LA’s most notable museums.

If you’re planning a visit to the museum, the regular opening schedule for indoor displays is open the entire week except for Wednesdays, where they schedule regular maintenance. LACMA’s outdoor plaza is available between 10 AM to 10 PM and features an impressive selection of iconic displays, including the museum’s iconic “Urban Light” display. Urban Light is a large-scale contemporary art piece of 202 solar-powered cast-iron steel lamps arranged in uniform columns built in 2008. There are many more outdoor attractions within the campus, including souvenir shops and other stores that you can enjoy with the family. Several buildings are housing different themed galleries throughout the LACMA campus. Check out the museum’s diverse collections, from its contemporary art pieces, historical displays, and cultural artworks, to so much more. These exhibits can be enjoyed with guided tours or a private walking experience where you can have ample opportunities to appreciate the displays that interest you fully.

Market Overview

Real Estate Market Information

Median Home Listing Price


Median Home Sale Price


Median Price Per Sqft


Days on Market


Sale-to-List Price Ratio


Housing Units


Homes near LACMA

If you’re looking to purchase a home close to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, you can choose from one of four neighborhoods surrounding the campus. The first option you have is the La Brea neighborhood, which includes the museum campus itself. This neighborhood encompasses areas to the north of the museum and features a selection of single-family and multi-family residential options priced between $1.5 million to $3 million. Condominiums are also available with a modest price range between $700,000 to $1 million. The Midwilshire District to the south of LACMA features a similar real estate market to the La Brea neighborhood. West of the campus is Beverly Grove, which is a notable shopping and commercial district and well-developed urban section of Los Angeles. Real Estate there is comprised of single-family homes, condos, and luxury residences. Property prices range between $1.5 million to $4 million and include a selection of well-built suburban residences. Last you have Hancock Park, which is a highly sought-after residential real estate market and historic district. This community is centered along with a selection of exclusive sports club. Homes in this neighborhood are mostly well-preserved Spanish-style single-family homes built in the 1920s. There is also a large selection of impressive mansion-style residences. Property prices in this suburb start at the high $1 million range all the way up to $10 million-plus. If you need help learning more about various homes for sale near LACMA, please feel free to contact our team for your real estate needs.

Find Your Home

Latest homes for sale in LACMA

Active Under Contract


118 Kilkea Dr S

Los Angeles, CA, 90048
Open House


347 Laurel Ave N

Los Angeles, CA, 90048


132 Kilkea Dr S

Los Angeles, CA, 90048


5558 Edgewood Pl

Los Angeles, CA, 90019
Open House


160 Vista St N

Los Angeles, CA, 90036
Open House


152 Laurel Ave S

Los Angeles, CA, 90048
Angela Bond - Hancock Park Realtor
Take the next step

Ready to take the next step?

For any real estate related inquiries about homes or condos for sale in the Greater Wilshire District, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. I have extensive experience working in the area and have intimate knowledge on the various neighborhoods, subdivisions, and buildings in the region.

Meet the locals

Who Lives in Hancock Park



Median Age


Median Household Income


Cost of Living Score


Residents with Some College Education


Owner Occupied Homes



Things to do in LACMA


Expansive indoor and outdoor museum featuring a vast collection of art pieces.

Pavilion for Japanese Art

A section of the LACMA featuring an extensive gallery of Japanese Art.

Urban Light

Iconic contemporary art display at the entrance of the museum featuring a column of solar-powered lamp posts.

Hancock Park

Lovely outdoor space with well-maintained greeneries and paved walkways.

School Name
Los Angeles High School
9 – 12
John Burroughs Middle School
6 – 8
Hancock Park Elementary School
K – 5
Citizens-World Charter School
K – 8
Public Charter
Cathedral Chapel School
K – 8
On the map


Close Menu
Close Menu