Thursday, October 27, 2016

Eastside Property: Catch 4th of July fireworks with these views


By Marni Epstein

Independence Day is nearly here, and, regardless of age, the majesty of fireworks is still one thing that captivates children and adults alike. Some will plot and plan to figure out where they can get the best views of the city’s best shows. Others will kick back and sit out on their own decks or lay down in their backyards under those beautiful and spacious skies for the best seat in the city. We explore some of the homes on the Eastside that offer those spectacular views and the promise of an entertaining evening of fireworks.

Mt. Washington
4217 Camino Real, 4bd. $820,000

This property perched up nin Mt. Washington has a deck that wraps around the house. From its various vantage points views of the Dodger Stadium’s fireworks might be accompanied by those from the Rose Bowl.

Eagle Rock
1401 Wildwood Dr., 3bd, $749,000

This Eagle Rock home has views from the eagle’s nest. This home’s position, and its views out to the northeast are very likely to treat its owners to a fantastic view of the Rose Bowl’s fireworks spectacular. Even without fireworks, nobody’s complaining about this view.

Echo Park

1447 Mcduff St., 2bd, $649,000

Tucked into the hills of Echo Park, this home has virtually 180-degree views of downtown. There’s no way you’re missing July 4th fireworks at Grand Park from here.

Lincoln Heights

3711 Baldwin St #904, 2bd, $410,000

This Lincoln Heights condo touts downtown and rolling hillside views. If downtown fireworks are high enough to clear the rest of the complex, this condo’s decks could be an ideal spot to spend the 4th.

Marni Epstein is an entertainment, music, and lifestyle Journalist and resident of Echo Park. She has previously worked in the film and digital media industries with FOX and Sony Pictures Entertainment. She is currently also pursuing a Masters in Historic Preservation.

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