Neighborhood Profile: Rose Park
Rose Park Historic District is a neighborhood to the west of Belmont Heights. The area is marked by Redondo Avenue to the west, 4th Street to the south, St. Louis Avenue to the east, and 10th Street to the north. 7th Street is a major artery of this area. The namesake of this district is the circular park located on Orizaba Avenue and 8th St. The neighborhood is one of two historical districts in the area, the other in Rose Park South.
This neighborhood boasts shopping and dining to suit any taste. The kitschy and vintage can be found on Retro Row, with a variety of antique shops and boutique locations offering clothes, dining, furniture and more. For a more modern side of things Armstrong Gardens, Starbucks, and Edible Arrangements are also among the businesses in this area.
This area has excellent dining options, and is home to well-known coffee houses such as Portfolio and Rose Park Roasters.
LBUSD serves this neighborhood. It is home to Burbank Elementary School?and is near Fremont Elementary, Rogers Middle school, and Wilson High School.
Many of the houses here were built from the early 1900s to the 1920s, although some were constructed during the 30s and 40s. Earlier constructions are mainly Craftsman bungalows, while later styles include Mission Revival, Ranch, and Neo-Traditional styles.
Homes here are affordable, with a median of approximately $505,000. Prices currently range between $500,000 and $750,000, although the prices asked on some FSBO properties are much higher.
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