Victoria Park Circle
Victoria Park is a small, semi-gated neighborhood bounded by Venice Boulevard on the south, Pico Boulevard on the north, West Boulevard on the west, and Crenshaw Boulevard on the east. The entrance to the community is on Windsor Drive off of Pico Boulevard. Victoria Park resides in the much larger district of Mid-City. Established in 1908, it is one of only two neighborhoods in the entire city of Los Angeles where the homes are arranged on a circular street. Many of the homes serve as fine architectural examples of the American Arts and Crafts movement, and contains two Los Angeles Cultural-Historic Monuments.