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The Nation’s Most Popular Neighborhoods Can be Found in Los Angeles and Atlanta

The Oaks in Los Angeles, Tuxedo Park in Atlanta, and Presidio Heights in San Francisco top the list…

  • May 25, 2018

The Oaks in Los Angeles, Tuxedo Park in Atlanta, and Presidio Heights in San Francisco top the list of America’s 20 most popular neighborhoods, according to online real estate company Zillow.

To identify the nation’s most popular neighborhoods, Zillow looked for places with the highest number of page views per listing during the first three months of 2018.

Among the 20 most popular neighborhoods on Zillow’s list, 15 are along the West Coast in either California or Washington. The remaining five neighborhoods are in Georgia, Washington, D.C., and New York.

For the most part, these neighborhoods are among the toniest in some of the most expensive cities in the country.

While this doesn’t show a likelihood that more people will be buying homes and moving in, it does show how many people wish they could, or are curious about the neighborhood.

The typical for-sale listing in The Oaks neighborhood has received almost 13,000 page views so far this year, compared to 365 page views on the typical U.S. home.

Zillow said the median list price in the neighborhood is about $3.7 million, more than double the median list price in the city of Calabasas, Calif., as a whole, where the neighborhood is located. The typical home for sale in The Oaks is about 5,600 square feet — 3,800 square feet larger than the median U.S. home.

Tuxedo Park, the second most popular neighborhood on Zillow’s list, is in the city of Atlanta. The typical home for sale in this neighborhood is listed for just under $1.9 million and is 5,476 square feet.

The typical home for sale in Tuxedo Park has received 10,759 page views so far this year. To compare, the median list price in the city of Atlanta as a whole is $320,450.

Zillow’s 20 Most Popular U.S. Neighborhoods

  1. The Oaks – Los Angeles
  2. Tuxedo Park – Atlanta
  3. Presidio Heights – San Francisco
  4. Bel Air – Los Angeles
  5. Paradise Park – San Francisco
  6. Cow Hollow – San Francisco
  7. Point Dume – Los Angeles
  8. Beverly Glen – Los Angeles
  9. Montclair – San Francisco
  10. Laurelhurst – Seattle
  11. Kingswood – Atlanta
  12. Old Palo Alto – San Jose
  13. South Beach – San Diego
  14. Woodland-Normanstone Terrace – Washington, D.C.
  15. Brandon – Atlanta
  16. Miraloma Park – San Francisco
  17. Crestwood – New York
  18. Meydenbauer – Seattle
  19. Tamalpais Valley – San Francisco
  20. Hollywood Hills – Los Angeles

Among Zillow’s top 20 list, the median list price among for-sale homes is lowest in the Crestwood neighborhood in the city of Yonkers (New York metro). The typical home for sale in this neighborhood is listed at $559,735, with a median square footage of 1,812. So far this year, the typical home for sale in this neighborhood has received 5,822 page views.

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