cheviot hills/rancho park, california
Cheviot Hills is an affluent and vibrant residential neighborhood with quiet winding streets and gorgeous single-family homes. This enclave draws families and young professionals and is home to residents who work in various professional occupations.
affluent and vibrant residential neighborhood
Located on the Westside of LA, Rancho Park/Cheviot Hills is popular because dozens of films and TV shows have been shot on the neighborhood’s winding and handsome streets.
The lush green and stunning Rancho Park Golf Course covers an extensive portion of the neighborhood’s 1.5 square miles. The remaining area features a wide range of architectural styles, such as classic stuccoed Spanish and Tudor revivals and single-level ranch homes that date back to the 1950s. Cheviot Hills/Rancho Park has a population of 25,988, with a median age of 40.
US-born citizens account for 70.71% of the resident pool in Rancho Park/Cheviot Hills, while non-US-born citizens make up 19.6%. Cheviot Hills has a homey, neighborly feel, with more than 70% owner-occupied homes. The median household income in Cheviot Hills is $162,182.
Popular with local families, the Cheviot Hills Recreation Center offers a variety of special programs, classes, and sports leagues. The center has an excellent combination of athletic facilities, such as several tennis and basketball courts.
Cheviot Hills/Rancho Park schools
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Cheviot Hills Recreation Center
Popular with local families, the Cheviot Hills Recreation Center offers a variety of special programs, classes, and sports leagues. The center has an excellent combination of athletic facilities, such as several tennis and basketball courts. Also, the park facilities feature a baseball diamond, picnic tables, basketball courts, a seasonal swimming pool, a kid’s play area, tennis courts, and a jogging path.
Rancho Park Golf Course
Offering many amenities, Rancho Park Golf Course is an 18-hole course that opened in 1949. However, if your family is not ready for the challenges of a full 18 holes, you can make the most of the 3-Par executive course and the driving range. You will also find an on-site coffee shop.
Palms-Rancho Park Branch Library
Part of the Los Angeles Public Library System, the Palms-Rancho Park Library offers a variety of special programs and events, including Baby Storytime, Toddler Storytime, book clubs, and Science Fun.
The Apple Pan
You can visit the Apple Pan for a no-frills, delicious meal. Loyal customers of the Apple Pan speak highly of its Hickory burgers, sandwiches, and pies.
Cheviot Hills Park
Cheviot Hills Park is an ideal place for an adventurous hike or a fun family trip. People looking for a more strenuous hike can enjoy trails of up to 11 meters in elevation gain.
Museum of Tolerance
Near Cheviot Hills/ Rancho Park, you will also find the powerful and unique Museum of Tolerance. However, keep in mind that a visit to this museum is most appropriate for mature children and adults who can process the information and images on display.
Children’s Book World
With more than 80,000 titles as well as science kits, music, and craft kits, Children’s Book World certainly has it all. The establishment has been in business since 1986 and is known for its friendly and knowledgeable staff.
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