A small residential neighborhood in the Westside of Los Angeles is Rancho Park.
It is adjoined by Sawtelle on the west, West Los Angeles on the northwest, Cheviot Hills on the East, Westside Village on the south.
Developed in 1920s, Rancho Park has houses like Spanish Colonial bungalows and ranch houses. Many of the ordinary sized homes have been rebuild as large and modern architecture. Most home are single family homes and tree lined streets.
According to U.S. 2010 census, total number of inhabitants in the neighborhood was 5,464 with median household income of $78,116.
Rancho Park is famous for the municipal Rancho Park Golf Course which includes an 18-hole layout par 71 championship course. The park also offers Back Nine Play, a banquet room, a cart rental, a clubhouse, a lighted driving range, lessons, locker rooms for men and women, practice putting greens, a pro shop, rental clubs, and a snack bar. Los Angeles Public Library operates the Palms-Rancho Park Branch. Los Angeles Police Department operates the West Los Angeles Community Police Station serving the neighborhood.
Overland Elementary School, Clover Elementary School, Emerson Middle School, Venice High School, Hamilton High School are the Los Angeles USD schools serve Ranch Park along with some private schools i.e. Notre Dame Academy (Catholic girls high school), Le Lycee Francais (private, bilingual and international institution), St Timothy School (Catholic school), Redeemer Baptist Elementary School.