Miracle Mile got its name following its remarkable transformation in 1928. From an often ignored 20-foot-wide dirt path, the street is now a busy thoroughfare lined with important commercial establishments.
Today, Miracle Mile stretches from Fairfax Avenue to La Brea Boulevard and is home to four of LA’s most important museums.
It was once LA’s commercial hub; now it’s a living piece of LA history showing how far the city has come.
Miracle Mile Real Estate and Miracle Mile Homes for Sale
Many of the original properties in the area continue to be bought, sold, rented, or leased out. Available homes include:
- Spanish two-story homes
- Single-family homes
All a part of history, these homes have been remodeled, upgraded with modern amenities, or kept in mint condition.
What better way to live in LA than in a house that has witnessed its very blooming?