Homes for Sale near Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, CA

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County or NHM is a popular attraction for residents and tourists visiting the city located at 900 W Exposition Boulevard. Located within the 160-acre Exposition Park, the museum is one of several landmark attractions in the park. These include places such as the Lucas Museum of Narrative, the LA Memorial Coliseum, the California Science Center, the Alexander Science Center School, the California African American Museum, the Banc of California Stadium, and so much more. Located directly west of Historic South Central and south of the University of Southern California, the NHM sits in a prime real estate location with easy access to many neighborhoods near Downtown Los Angeles.

There are plenty of attractions guests can enjoy when enjoying the Natural History Museum. There are well-prepared exhibits, beautiful nature gardens, interactive 3D theater shows, live performances, and guided tours. If you’re looking to spend some time with your kids on a fun-filled and educational day tour, then the NHM is a great place to visit with them. The most famous exhibit in the museum is the Dino Hall, which features actual dinosaur bones prominently displayed as they would look standing up. Other notable exhibitions include the Gem & Mineral Hall, a Nature Lab, a Live Animal Program, Cultural displays of the history of Los Angeles, Bugtopia, the Otis Booth Pavilion, the Haaga Family Rotunda, and so much more. The building is also home to the Natural History Research Library, a public educational resource that provides a variety of services to students and visitors alike. Outside the museum, you can enjoy a variety of outdoor spaces that are purposefully built to provide aesthetically pleasing and refreshing greeneries perfect for relaxing and lounging. The nearby Jesse Brewer Jr Park or Exposition Park Rose Garden are excellent examples of these spaces. For more information on the museum, its attractions, and tour schedules, please visit their website.

Market Overview

Real Estate Market Information

Median Home Listing Price

$3,800,000

Median Home Sale Price

$2,400,000

Median Price Per Sqft

$921

Days on Market

70

Sale-to-List Price Ratio

97.3%

Housing Units

13,949

Homes near the Natural History Museum

Residential real estate in the area includes a mix of single-family and multi-family homes. Many suburban areas feature home lots that range between 0.1 to 0.2 acres and floor sizes coming in at 1,200 sqft to 2,200 sqft. Architectural styles include bungalow, craftsman, ranches, and cabin-style homes. Multi-family buildings are also available, perfect for buyers interested in investing in a rental house in the area. Home prices are relatively affordable, ranging from $500,000 to $1.5 million. If you’re interested in finding a home close to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, our team is here to help. We’ve compiled a list of properties currently available for purchase in a one-mile radius for your convenience. If you have specific questions regarding the area or would like to schedule a tour, please don’t hesitate to give us a call.

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Latest homes for sale in Natural History Museum

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$1,650,000

3001 Van Buren Pl

Los Angeles, CA, 90007
Beds5Baths4SqFt3,208MLS#21-705910
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$1,400,000

1020 39Th PL W

Los Angeles, CA, 90037
Beds4Baths1SqFt1,687MLS#TR21025045MR
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$1,200,000

1234 37Th DR W

Los Angeles, CA, 90007
Beds5Baths3SqFt1,450MLS#OC21085969MR
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$1,180,000

2924 Raymond AVE

Los Angeles, CA, 90007
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$1,050,000

945 W 20 Th St

Los Angeles, CA, 90007
Beds6Baths2SqFt2,630MLS#DW21010097MR
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$1,050,000

1165 39Th St W

Los Angeles, CA, 90037
Beds2Baths1SqFt1,624MLS#21-731916
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Who Lives in Hancock Park

Population

12,998

Median Age

37

Median Household Income

$90,837.13

Cost of Living Score

173.3

Residents with Some College Education

60.90%

Owner Occupied Homes

84.96%

Entertainment

Things to do in Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

Landmark museums featuring a collection of educational displays and interactive exhibits.

Exposition Park Rose Garden

Beautifully maintained rose garden with multiple rose beds arranged along lovely columns.

Jesse Brewer Jr. Park

Beautiful public park with kid-friendly spaces and well-maintained outdoor amenities.

California Science Center

Impressive science museum known for its impressive exhibits designed to inspire kids visiting the center.

Entertainment
School Name
Grades
Admission
Manual Arts Sr High School
9 – 12
Public
Clinton Middle School
6 – 8
Public
Alexander Science Center School
K – 5
Public Charter
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