Hip listings in L.A.’s Silver Lake, the nation’s hippest neighborhood

Jennifer Karmon
September 29, 2012

Forbes recently released its list of the hippest neighborhood in America, and coming in at the top was Los Angeles' Silver Lake neighborhood. We culled some of the more interesting real estate listings in the neighborhood to give you an idea of how Silver Lake hipsters live (the ones of means, anyway).

We've got several photos of each property on a page; scroll down to the bottom of a page to get to the next property. To learn more about each property -- usually including quite a few more pictures -- click on the address.

2980 Waverly Drive
$729,000, single family home
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
1,942 square feet
Storybook Tudor style; 86 years old, with many original details














2280 Panorama Terrace
$1,068,000, single family home
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
1,600 square feet
Circa 1927 Spanish Revival












3611 Ellsworth St.
$799,000, single family home
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
1,790 square feet
Nine-foot ceilings, French oak floors, open layout and views; brand-new construction











1611 Westerly Terrace
$849,000, single family home
2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
2,218 square feet
Currently an artist/musician home; a "Stephen Hill loft-like architectural"








1758 Redcliff St.
$579,000, single family home
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
1,108 square feet
"Refined and bucolic artist dwelling"; dining room with solarium