Rancho Los Feliz was originally given to Senor Vicente Feliz, a Spanish army corporal who accompanied the original 44 settlers to what was then known as “El Pueblo de la Reina de Nuestra Senora de Los Angeles.” He was given grazing rights to raise cattle here in exchange for his excellent service to the Spanish Crown. Five miles northwest of downtown, it is now known for its Spanish style estates that line the southern hills of Griffith Park with spectacular city views. It is also home to some of the grandest residential architecture in the city, including two homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright: Hollyhock House and the Ennis House. John Marshall High School in the Los Feliz district is one of the most highly recognized high schools in the city. The school is known for the achievements of its magnet program in the academic decathlon and the main building is a historic landmark. Griffith Park in Los Feliz, offers a wide range of entertainment options with the Greek Theatre, Observatory, Museum of the American West, LA Zoo, 3 golf courses, hiking and horse riding trails. Los Feliz is centrally located yet uniquely situated in a part of the city that is vibrant and exciting. Bordered by the star studded Hollywood area, Los Feliz offers great nightlife and legendary restaurants, just south of the boulevard.