Country Club Park is a neighborhood that was designed to have lots of character. Constructed adjacent to the streetcar line that stretched along Pico Boulevard the area was originally located at the western edge of the City and housed some of Los Angeles’ most famous citizens. As the area matured in the 1920s, vacant lots were filled by homes constructed in the latest architectural styles: Craftsman, Tudor Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, Colonial Revival and Mediterranean Revival. Despite some infill that occurred in the years following World War II, the area remains mostly intact. Mature street trees line the avenues, and broad lawns and landscaped parking strips front the residences in parts of the neighborhood. The Country Club Park HPOZ was adopted by City Council 2010. The zip code is 90019 for this area.
ADUs are trending in Country Club Park because the community is a city-recognized Historic Preservation Overlay Zone, which means that tearing down or even remodeling properties there is subject to city approval. “Most types of exterior changes or improvements to properties in an HPOZ area require written approval from the Planning Department,” according to the Office of Historic Resources. This makes supply of homes in the area less, driving demand up.
Country Club Park Demographics
Median Income - $44,000
Median Age - 40 years old
Average Home Price - $940,000
How Much Can I Rent An ADU In Country Club Park For In Today’s Market?
The average ADU in Country Club Park rents for about:
Studio ADU- $1700/m
1 Bed 1 Bath ADU- $2100/m
2 bed 2 bath ADU- $2500/m
3 bed 3 bath ADU- $3000/m
Walkability Score For Country Club Park
The ADU walkability score is measured by walking distance from your new ADU to these attractions, the closer you are to these locations the more your future tenant will pay for rent.
Increase The Value Of Your Home With An ADU Permit
If you believe your home has ADU potential, you should look into applying for architectural permits. Homeowners and agents are actively looking for homes with ADU potential. Realtors also have had multiple homes sell for over asking recently. Talk to your realtor about reaching out for approved city permits for an ADU.
How Much Do Permits Cost?
The process should be between $5,000-10,000 plus any specific city fees.
How Long Do ADU City Permits Take To Get Approved in an HPOZ?
Since HPOZ's have numerous design laws, it makes getting approved plans take about 6 months.
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