At the north and eastern ridges of Kenter Canyon, in the Santa Monica Mountains, sits the neighborhood of Crestwood Hills. The mid-century architecture of the homes is what makes Crestwood Hills a well-known L.A. neighborhood. Designed by A. Quincy Jones, several of the homes found in Crestwood Hills have been featured in numerous magazines and are now California State architectural landmarks.
One of the most charming things about Crestwood Hills is the story of how it came to exist. In the late 1940’s a few musicians established Crestwood Hills as the beginning of a utopian experiment, which eventually turned into a cooperative associated with at least 400 members. Before the neighborhood came to be known as Crestwood Hills it was named, The Mutual Housing Tract, by the group. While the neighborhood was intended to be a multi-ethnic project, it was established at a time when racially restrictive housing covenants still existed, causing a few of the original members to be dropped from the group.
Today, Crestwood Hills is closer to its intended vision of being a vibrant, diverse, pleasant place to live. With nearby open area parks like Crestwood Hills Park, complete with barbecue pits and hiking trails, residents enjoy the exact kind of lifestyle you’d expect living in SoCal. Not to mention Crestwood Hills couldn’t get much more utopian than it’s become since receiving on-demand car wash service from MobileWash. Hands down the best car wash app in Los Angeles, MobileWash gives you exclusive access to the largest network of auto detailers in North America. At the touch of a button, you can have a hand car wash, full-service auto detail, clay bar treatment, interior cleaning, and more. Whether you want to wash now or wash later, your MobileWash App puts you in complete control of the experience.
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