OUR WESTCHESTER COMMUNITIES
West of Lincoln
Westbluff was developed in the early 2000’s and is a collection of newer construction single family homes in the $2M+ range. There is an HOA and the neighborhood has a little pocket park.
West of Lincoln
West Westchester is generally 1980’s construction with larger houses on their lots, resulting in smaller yards and structures closer together.
East of Lincoln
Loyola Village is the community directly adjacent to LMU. The lots are smaller. Loyola Village is home to Loyola Blvd., the venue each year for our annual 4th of July Parade.
Between Georgetown/Sepulveda & North of Manchester
Kentwood is the biggest of our communities with approximately 3400 properties and has the distinction of having “Little Vons” and other small businesses in the heart of it at 80th St/Emerson. Kentwood also has an active HOA.
West of Sepulveda, south of Manchester
Emerson Manor is comprised of smaller lots, but is walking distance to Trader Joe’s and other amenities.
East of Sepulveda
Westport Heights is a community of lovely, tree-lined windy streets. Some of our community’s largest lots are in Westport Heights.
East of La Tijera
Osage is our most easterly community and is closer to the 405. Properties are very reasonably priced, but the streets are super cute. Even the streets closest to the 405 are worth a look because you don’t really hear the highway.
East of La Tijera, South of Manchester
Westchester Nielsen is a little pocket of Westchester situated around the Carl E Nielsen Youth Park.