Named after George Lafayette Crenshaw, this small, semi-gated neighborhood in Los Angeles is made up of just 236 homes. It consists of eight blocks, centered around St. Charles Place, and situated between Venice Boulevard and Washington Boulevard. The neighborhood was founded in 1913, however, the gates surrounding the district were added in 1989.
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