I’ve been trying to figure this one out for years.
There is a small gated park at the southeast corner of the intersection of South Bundy Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard in neighborhood of West Los Angeles. I’ve walked its perimeter, which is fenced, but the gate is locked, prohibiting entry.
My limited knowledge of the history of the area doesn’t offer much. Nearby University High School sits atop a natural spring (“Lágrimas de Santa Monica,” or “Tears of Saint Monica”) that was the namesake of the city of Santa Monica. The area may have originally been incorporated in the city of Sawtelle. I’m not sure if Sawtelle’s border extended that far west. According to Wikipedia, the city of Sawtelle extended west to the Santa Monica city limit, which is at Centinela Avenue.
LALife.com lists this parcel as # 4263-036-900 and categorizes it as “Government Owned Property.”
AH HA! Found it!!!
Well, sort of…
It’s not the authoritative history, but at least it is a story about “Bundy Greens.”