Biography: A charming neighborhood adjacent to Hancock Park, Windsor Square was the dream of an early 20th century financier who envisioned a tranquil park setting for family homes like the ones spotted the English countryside. Homes were created with a park-like setting on streets with names inspired by England. Many renowned architects built in the area and the city’s early elite moved in to the area. It is one of the oldest and most well-preserved areas in Los Angeles.
Real Estate: Windsor Square is famous for its beautiful real estate. The homes for sale in the area are generally traditional in style and European in origin. Windsor Square is a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) with 89% of its homes and structures being identified as historic. It is one of the most intact historic neighborhoods on the West Coast.
Community Life: Windsor Square’s central location puts it in easy access of nearby Hancock Park. Larchmont Boulevard is a main gathering area with local shops.
Education: Residents in Windsor Square attend schools in Hancock Park and other nearby areas.
Transportation: Windsor Square is easily reached by the 10 and 110 Freeway and bounded by Beverly Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. Several bus lines run through the area.
Local Attractions: Windsor Square is home to the Mayor’s Mansion.