Diana Nyad Shares Story of How She Acquired her Wilshire Park Home with WSJ

Wilshire Park resident Diana Nyad shares her story with the Wall Street Journal.
Wilshire Park resident Diana Nyad shares her story with the Wall Street Journal.

The Wall Street Journal features a story in their Real Estate section about how long distance swimmer Diana Nyad became a home owner in Wilshire Park. The story is a great one…truly a tale that speaks to fate and the importance of being in the right place at the right time.

Nyad’s story is one that we hear over and over in our neighborhood. In an area where people are so invested in preserving the future of these historical homes, every once and awhile sellers are more interested in finding the right fit for their home’s future owner, rather than on maximizing the selling price.

Wilshire Park is bordered by Wilshire Boulevard on the north, Olympic Boulevard on the south, Wilton Place on the east and Crenshaw Boulevard on the west. The area became a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone in 2008 and has a very active neighborhood association – the Wilshire Park Association.

Read the WSJ story and if you caught a similar break, share your story in the comment section below!

WSJ.com – Diana Nyad’s Real-Estate Bargain—From the Cleaning Lady

 

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Mary has lived in the Hancock Park area for over 20 years - including homes in Larchmont Village and Windsor Square. Mary has lived in some great places in her life - but none compare to the convenience and majesty of our neighborhood. For Mary, the neighborhood has been a wonderful home to her large, extended family...at one time she had family members living on seven different Hancock Park area blocks! Larchmont Buzz is a labor of love - built to celebrate the neighborhood and to elevate the conversation in the area.

One thought on “Diana Nyad Shares Story of How She Acquired her Wilshire Park Home with WSJ

  1. Is there any other way to read this story? Wall Street Journal charges to view the story. You’ve got me curious as to how the cleaning lady is involved.

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