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Residential District

Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Crestwood Hills

What began as four musicians wanting to raise the level of middle-income family housing prospered into a utopian community in the middle of some of the most prime real estate in the country.
Hayworth Avenue Dingbats
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Hayworth Avenue Dingbats

An entire street full of intact dingbats is a rare and special thing indeed, making Hollywood's wonderful 1956-1965 dingbat cluster on Hayworth Avenue a must-see.
Living Conditioned Homes
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Living-Conditioned Homes

In perhaps the most distinctive Mid-Century Modern residential neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley, these homes were "conditioned" to create a model modern living experience.
Westridge Park Ranch Houses
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Westridge Park Ranch Houses

Boasting quarter-acre lots with houses set far enough back from the street to allow small lawns, flowerbeds, shrubs, and trees, a 1960 advertisement for Westridge Park presented styles such as "The Hawaiian," "The Queen," and "The Baronet."
Woodside
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Woodside

A distinctive collection of rambling, horizontally oriented Contemporary Ranch buildings on curvilinear streets, Woodland Hills' Woodside neighborhood was completed in 1959 and remains a wonderfully intact postwar neighborhood.