Now that Highland Park finally has a gentrification-inducing Indian walking stick, maybe you're reading for this neighborhood. And maybe you don't even like tacos and are secretly happy that taco trucks are being driven out by the art galleries. Maybe you are looking forward to the glasses of Chardonnay that'll be served at these art openings! Maybe you want to spend $695,000 on this historic four-bedroom home. More via the listing: "Cultural Landmark #373. Own a piece of history with this historic character home located on prestigious Professor's Row in Highland Park. Built in 1892 by Elizabeth Young Gordon the wife of the vice president of Occidental College it is emblematic of arts and crafts architecture of this era." Yes, this house sounds perfect for you. UPDATE: Yes, we featured this home before.
· 4939 Sycamore Terrace [Redfin]
· GentrificationWatch: Art Galleries Replacing Taco Stands in Highland Park [Curbed LA]