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Orange Groves in Los Angeles, CA are a fading tourist attraction.

Posted on Jul 14, 2011 by in Active Rain | 0 comments

Orange Groves in Los Angeles, CA are a fading tourist attraction.

Orange Grove in Tarzana CA by Endre Barath,Jr.

If you have seen the movie China Town, I am sure you would remember the Orange Groves, you would have noticed, that Los Angeles was full of Orange Groves. Now fast forward about 70-80 years from the period that China Town portrayed in the movie, you will be sadly disappointed  if you come to Los Angeles for the first time, that there are hardly any Orange Groves in Los Angeles and vicinity. If you are looking for them they are far and few in between. Even local Angelinos have few recollections of where you can find one.

Orange Grove in Tarzana #4 by Endre Barath,JR

Here and there you will find an Orange Grove.  For example in Canoga Park, Woodland Hills and Sierra Madre you will find them. Now if you want to drive 30 -50 miles you will find them, but that is not the Los Angeles Orange Groves of the Hollywood’s fame.

Orange Grove Close up in Tarzana by Endre Barath,JR

So you can imagine my excitement as I was previewing for a client some homes and look what I found. Orange Groves in the middle of an affluent pocket of all places Tarzana. This Orange Grove was surrounded by Luxury Homes. I immediately stopped and took some pictures. I could hardly wait and share with everyone. So please enjoy and let me know what you think.

another orange grove shot in Tarzana by Endre Barath

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