most historically significant. There you can find some of the best preserved homes in the city, ranging from grand Spanish residences to charming 1920's California bungalows. Larchmont Village is set amidst Hancock Park, Windsor Square and Paramount Studios while maintaining a small town feel. Residents can be found meeting at the areas great variety of cafe and ethnic restaurants, which can be found among many high-end shops.
Larchmont is .49-square-mile rectangle surrounded by Hollywood, East Hollywood, Koreatown, Hancock Park, and Windsor Square. Larchmont (use it interchangeably with Larchmont Village if you like) is far less fancy than Hancock Park or Windsor Square and more suburban than Hollywood, EaHo, and Ktown, and it's defined primarily by the single long strip of Larchmont Boulevard, lined with diagonal parking, wide sidewalks, coffee shops, toy stores, expensive boutiques, dog bakeries, a Rite Aid, and a Chipotle.