5249 Live Oak View Eagle Rock Open House

5249 Live Oak View Eagle Rock CA 90041 will be open Sunday, April 30th from Noon-4:00 pm. Charming Craftsman listed at $899,000 with 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, and 1991 sq.ft. on a 7507 lot. Located in a prime Eagle Rock location. The home has been in the family for over 60 years. Over the past few years renovation to restore this Craftsman home at 5249 Live Oak View in Eagle Rock began. Now it’s time for another family to finish the restoration. Original charm including wide moldings and original built-ins lend to the charm. The kitchen is original so a buyer can let their imagination run wild. The main living areas, living room, sitting area and dining room have been beautifully painted and restored.A great floorplan with 2 large bedrooms downstairs and 3 bedrooms upstairs including an office originally designated as the sleeping room. Lined with windows for the cool Summer breeze.

5249 Live Oak View is located in a prime Eagle Rock location between Hill and Colorado. This neighborhood is a trendy highly sought after location. Close proximity to wonderful restaurants and unique stores.

Eagle Rock is a neighborhood of Northeast Los Angeles in the San Rafael Hills, Los Angeles County, California.
Eagle Rock is named after a large rock outcropping, resembling an eagle with its wings outstretched. The land was part of the Rancho San Rafael under Spanish and Mexican governorship. It was divided into parcels in 1870. It became a city in 1911 and joined Los Angeles in 1923.
Today it is an ethnically diverse, relatively high-income neighborhood known for being the home of Occidental College and for a counterculture element among its 34,000+ people. Eagle Rock maintains a number of historically significant buildings and has a connection with the motion picture industry.
There are nine public schools—including two high schools—and six private schools, as well as a branch public library.

According to Wikipedia here are some population stats:
The neighborhood is inhabited by a wide variety of ethnic and socioeconomic groups and the creative class.[3][4] Over the past decade the Eagle Rock and neighboring Highland Park have been experiencing gentrification as young urban professionals have moved from nearby neighborhoods such as Los Feliz and Silver Lake.[4] A core of counter-culture writers, artists and filmmakers has existed in Eagle Rock since the 1920s.[4]
According to the “Mapping L.A.” project of the Los Angeles Times, the 2000 U.S. census counted 32,493 residents in the 4.25-square-mile Eagle Rock neighborhood—or 7,644 people per square mile, an average population densities for both the city and the county. In 2008, the city estimated that the population had increased to 34,466. In 2000 the median age for residents was 35, about average for city and county neighborhoods.[1]
The neighborhood was considered “highly diverse” ethnically within Los Angeles, with a relatively high percentage of Asian people. The breakdown was Latinos, 40.3%; whites, 29.8%; Asians, 23.9%; blacks, 1.8%; and others, 4.1%. The Philippines (35.1%) and Mexico (25.1%) were the most common places of birth for the 38.5% of the residents who were born abroad—an average figure for Los Angeles.[1]
The median yearly household income in 2008 dollars was $67,253, considered high for the city. The neighborhood’s income levels, like its ethnic composition, can still be marked by notable diversity, but typically ranges from lower-middle to upper-middle class.[8] Renters occupied 43.9% of the housing stock, and house- or apartment-owners held 56.1%. The average household size of 2.8 people was considered normal for Los Angeles.[1]

Notable sights
Hill Avenue, now Hill Drive, was (and still is) one of Eagle Rock’s most beautiful streets. Other streets were Royal Drive (now Mt. Royal Drive), Acacia Street (now Laverna Avenue), Kenilworth Avenue (now Hermosa Avenue), Highland Avenue (now Highland View Avenue), and Fairmont Avenue (now Maywood Avenue).[4] In the 1950s, newer streets such as Kincheloe Drive were extended into the hillsides for the building of larger homes with a view of the city. Today these streets are dotted with large and expensive homes on wide lots.
The neighborhood is home to many historic and architecturally significant homes, many done in the Craftsman,[3] Georgian, Streamline Moderne,[4] Art Deco and Mission Revival styles.[3]
Eagle Rock, once a separate municipality, still has its original City Hall (Historic and Cultural Monument #59, 2035 Colorado Blvd.).[9] Its original library, which was built with the aid of a Carnegie grant in 1914, was replaced in 1927 with a new structure which used one wall and the basement of the old library. This building (2225 Colorado Blvd.) has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and converted into the Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, previously the Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center.[5

5249 Live Oak View is listed by Robbyn Battles, Battles Real Estate Keller Williams La Canada-Flintridge. 842 Foothill Blvd. La Canada-Flintridge Ca 91011