Real estate values and top ranked colleges continue to thrive on one another. Tree lined streets with gracious Spanish, Traditional and English style homes many built in the mid-thirties surround the 400 plus acre campus of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
According to U.S. News & World Report, UCLA tied for the number 21 spot for National Universities. Founded in 1919, UCLA has long attracted top academic talent and students from around the world. For September’s Class of 2022 a record breaking 113,000 applicants applied. The family-owned Los Angeles-based Janss Investment Company sold its land for the UCLA campus. UCLA’s Westwood neighborhood has always been desirable and one Angelenos are willing to pay hefty prices for.