Lincoln Heights is the oldest neighborhood in Los Angeles except for Downtown Los Angeles. The population is approaching 35,000. Lincoln Heights is bounded by Mt. Washington on the north, Montecito Heights on the northeast, El Sereno on the east, City Terrace on the southeast, Boyle Heights on the south, Solano Canyon, Chinatown and the Los Angeles River on the west, and Cypress Park on the northwest. Pasadena is approximately 8 miles to the north, Downtown Los Angeles is almost 6 miles to the west, and Long Beach is approximately 25 miles to the south.
San Antonio Winery
The San Antonio Winery, established in 1917, is a famous winery and Los Angeles Historic – Cultural Monument located in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood just east of Downtown Los Angeles. The winery includes a restaurant, banquet room, and wine shop. The winery uses grapes from its 500-acre farm in Northern California.
Lincoln Park, located in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, is a large public park created in 1881 at the intersection of Valley Boulevard and Mission Road. The beautiful park contains Lincoln Park Lake, a senior center, a community center, several sports fields, picnic areas, a children’s play area, and lots of green open space with mature shade trees.
Lincoln Heights Branch Library
The Lincoln Heights Branch Library, completed in 1916, is the second oldest branch library in the Los Angeles Public Library System and was built with a grant from Andrew Carnegie. The beautiful library was built in the Classical Revival and Italian Renaissance Revival styles and is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It has also been designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. The 12,912 square foot library is full-service facility, offering computers, extensive research materials, a children’s area, a teen area, and an adult area.
2054 Griffin Avenue Residence
The historic Victorian home located at 2054 Griffin Avenue in Lincoln Heights was built in 1887 and is one of the oldest in Los Angeles. The home was constructed by John S. Griffin, often referred to as the “father of East Los Angeles”.
Lincoln Heights Land
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Lincoln Heights Property Management
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Lincoln Heights Real Estate
Homes in Lincoln Heights consist of both single family detached homes and attached homes that may be townhomes or stacked condominiums. Prices range from moderate to high depending upon the neighborhood. Our real estate agents and brokers can show you any homes listed for sale with any real estate brokerage firm.