The Hollywood Grove neighborhood contains one of the most significant concentrations of Craftsman-style single family residences in Los Feliz, particularly along Canyon Drive.
Homes in the Hollywood Grove neighborhood and the broader Los Feliz area are generally designed in one of the several Period Revival styles prevalent in the second and third decades of the twentieth century. The Tudor Revival, English Revival, “American” Colonial Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, and Mediterranean Revival style were the most common for Los Feliz. What sets Los Feliz apart is the quality of their architecture, materials, and craftsmanship, all executed on a grand scale. North of Los Feliz Boulevard especially, these homes still retain an especially high quality of design and landscape and many have spectacular views.
Hollywood Grove's wide front yards with lush landscaping, front porches that embrace the sun, and views of rolling mountains and the ubiquitous Hollywood Sign make this former avocado grove an indelible part of Los Angeles’ history. The Hollywood Grove HPOZ was adopted by the City Council in 2011.