• Bel Air , Ca 90077

    A very affluent hillside neighborhood on LA’s Westside, it has two main entrances on Sunset Boulevard: the West Gate at Bellagio Road and the East Gate at Beverly Glen Boulevard. Founded in 1923, the area has only single-family homes and together with Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills forms a third of the Platinum Triangle. Remote-operated gates and deep driveways typify Bel Air, one of the world’s most exclusive residential neighborhoods. Security guards patrol at all hours. Largely recognized as the location from Fresh Prince of Bel Air, it is among the most known and respected areas in Los Angeles, if not all of California. Bordered by the UCLA campus, 405 freeway, and Beverly Glen, a nearby attraction is the Getty Center, one of the world’s leading art museums. On its outskirts is one gated community: Bel Air Crest is very exclusive and high-end

  • Holmby Hills, Ca 90077

    Purchased from 400 acres of the Wolfskill Ranch by wealthy Englishman Arthur Letts, Holmby Hills was developed by the Janss Investment Company and marketed as "the Ultimate in Residential Estate Development." After the shock of the 1929 stock market crash, the wealthy capitalized on cheap materials and labor by building grand homes on large properties.

    Holmby Hills is one of the few neighborhoods to one-up Beverly Hills and Bel Air in prices and exclusivity. Recognized by its world-class properties and unique street lamps, this area is one where homes worth tens of millions are surprisingly commonplace. Nestled between Westwood, Bel Air, and Beverly Hills, it combines with the latter two to form the “Platinum Triangle” of Los Angeles.

    In a nod to its developer Arthur Letts, English-style streetlamps were designed specifically for the neighborhood. Lush landscaping and enormous multi-acre lots have attracted the rich and famous to this area for decades. Perhaps best known is the Tudor-style home of Letts that Hugh Hefner bought in 1971. Holmby residents are served by Warner Elementary School, one of the highest-rated schools in Los Angeles.

  • Beverly Hills , Ca 90210

    The 90210: this picturesque area is arguably the most famous within the greater L.A. area. One of the most affluent cities in the world, Beverly Hills is immaculately maintained, lined with palm trees, and home to a plethora of celebrities and moguls. Bordered by Mulholland Drive, West Hollywood, Century City, and Pico-Robertson, it is an amazing place to live, boasting numerous parks, top-rated restaurants, and some of the best primary schools in the US. Residential streets are elegant, ranging from the flats south of Sunset to the hills and canyons of the Santa Monica Mountains. Rodeo Drive is the premier shopping destination of the west coast and attracts people from all over the world who come to see its panache.

  • Beverly Hills PO , Ca 90210

    This elevated part of LA lies north of Beverly Hills city limits yet within the 90210 zip code, covering many luxurious gated communities including The Summit, Mulholland Estates, Beverly Ridge Estates, and Beverly Park, one of the most expensive communities in the U.S. Buying real estate in BHPO is a way for homeowners to escape the buzz of the city, with a slight trade off: when living here you receive city benefits like schools, police and fire department from Los Angeles instead of Beverly Hills.

  • Wilshire Corridor

    Wilshire Corridor is one of Los Angeles’ busiest districts with high-rise residential towers seamlessly taking vertical living to new heights. Located next to Century City, the Wilshire Corridor has been and remains the leading condominium high-rise neighborhood in Los Angeles. From the Wilshire to the Remington to the Beverly West, the area is comprised of buildings unparalleled in luxury. While there are a multitude of lavish buildings, there are still many other affordable options offering equally breathtaking panoramic views of the city.

    Offering some of Los Angeles’ most exquisite residential architecture, Wilshire Boulevard runs roughly parallel with Santa Monica Boulevard to the famous stretch of the boulevard between Fairfax and Highland Avenues, is referred to as the “Miracle Mile.” The Miracle Mile is home to most of Los Angeles’ largest museums. To the east of the area, between Highland Avenue and Wilton Place, is known as the “Park Mile.” Millionaire’s Mile, between Westwood and Holmby Hills, is home to numerous tall extravagant condominium buildings overlooking this part of Wilshire. Millionaire’s Mile is also known as the Wilshire Corridor and Condo Canyon.

    Not only does Wilshire Boulevard connect five of Los Angeles’ major business districts, including Beverly Hills, both Fox and MGM studios are located in a series of skyscrapers, along with many historic Los Angeles hotels.

  • Brentwood, Ca 90049

    Brentwood is an affluent, clean, and homey neighborhood set apart from the noise of LA. It’s gated communities and serene atmosphere appeal to all, attracting the successful young professional to the growing family. There are seven private and two public schools along with an amazing Country Club and Recreation Center. Brentwood Village possesses acclaimed restaurants, boutiques, and shops that make Brentwood a well-known destination. The beautiful San Vicente Blvd hosts a vibrant and lush median for joggers and dog-walkers alike, enjoying the Southern California weather amidst the famous coral trees.  Being just minutes from the beach and the never-disappointing Sunday farmer’s market, Brentwood is one of the most desirable locations to call home.

  • Century City, Ca 90067

    Century City was once a backlot of 20th Century Fox Studios. Today it’s a glistening metropolitan neighborhood with many business towers, upscale apartments and condos, and LA’s best Westfield shopping center. Home to many of the city’s top law, finance, and entertainment firms, the demographics of its 6,000 residents are not very diverse and the average age is the oldest of any neighborhood in LA. It is very well maintained and bordered by Beverly Hills and Westwood. Also of note is its skyline – the view of Century City is one of the best and most valuable to have for homes in the hills.

  • Sunset Strip / Hollywood Hills

    Maybe the most exciting area in LA, the mile-and-a-half Sunset Strip is noted for its restaurants, boutiques, and nightlife. As the best-known part of Sunset Boulevard, its prevalence in the entertainment industry is unrivaled; the Strip is synonymous with celebrity and excitement because of its rich history, unique blend of amenities, and colorful wall-to-wall advertising. In the 1960s and 70s the Strip became a haven for music groups—bands like Led Zeppelin, The Doors, The Byrds, Love, The Seeds, and Frank Zappa played at clubs like the Whisky a Go Go, The Roxy, Pandora's Box and the London Fog. It extends from the east edge of Beverly Hills to Hayvenhurst Drive and is still one of the best areas to go out and explore.

    The residential area north of Sunset Strip climbs up in the hills to the Bird Streets, which have become famous because of the music, film, and sports stars that flock to the area. These narrow streets are some of the coveted in LA.

  • Santa Monica

    This beachfront city situated on Santa Monica Bay is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in the world. With homes ranging from small apartments to mansions, the variety of neighborhoods in Santa Monica allow for an array of inhabitants, from students to executives. Its beaches are crowded and its streets lively – this is arguably LA’s most photographed area. Street performers on the Third Street Promenade will serenade visitors as they browse nearby shops and restaurants while surfers catch the swell near the Pier. Bask in the sunshine and enjoy the palm trees along the ocean; you simply can’t go wrong moving here. If you don’t move here, then this is where you’ll want to spend your days off.?

  • Pacific Palisades

    Situated on the Westside of the Westside, Pacific Palisades is an oasis nestled next to the Pacific Ocean. Multi-million dollar homes lines it’s streets while the neighborhood prides itself on it’s identity as a tight knit community. Residents can be found hanging out in the “Village” for a quick bite or shopping at high-end boutiques. Residents can also quickly head to close by Santa Monica/Brentwood. With its lush terrain and first class ambiance, Pacific Palisades is one of the most in demand neighborhoods in LA.

  • Malibu, Ca

    Sitting along the Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu is known for it’s beauty as well as being a favorite for beachgoers looking for a more toned down feel than can be found in neighbor Santa Monica.  Surfers, celebrities and locals enjoy Malibu’s small town charm and isolation from the city. Malibu Country Mart is a favorite to grab a bite or catch a movie when the beach is not on the agenda. The neighborhood itself is a mixture of mansions and old beach town bungalows. Pepperdine University also  calls Malibu home and offers arguably one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation.  Schools are somewhat limited though there are options both elementary and high school.  Homebuyers looking for a beach town escape from the city would be hard pressed to find a better option than Malibu.

  • Venice Beach

    From its European style canals and famous Boardwalk, Venice is an iconic neighborhood of Los Angeles. It’s very walkable with groceries on Lincoln, dinner and drinks on Rose or Abbot Kinney, the beach, canals, boardwalk, pier, boutiques and outdoor vendors all within a 30 minute walk of each other.  Its location directly on the beach also makes Venice a surfer or beach goer’s paradise.  Great schools are located in the neighborhood both public and private with the most prominent being Venice High. Santa Monica is also close by for those looking for a more upscale shopping experience as well as parks, Palisades Park being a great option. Venice is a perfect choice for any family or individual wanting an eclectic beach town home.

  • West Hollywood, Ca 90069

    LA’s home of bold expression and an anything-goes attitude, West Hollywood (locals call it WeHo) is all-night entertainment, fantastic restaurants and arguably the best people watching in town. WeHo is also the center of Los Angeles’ LGBT community and it’s boutiques, cafes, and cocktail lounges are defined by their openness.  An amazing entertainment venue is never hard to find whether it’s the famous Comedy Store on Sunset Blvd. or the Troubadour, a small music venue favorite of Angelinos.  West Hollywood itself is situated between Beverly Hills and Hollywood, taking the best of both areas for a hip design-focused destination.  Cottages and California bungalows line its quiet side streets.  School options are a bit on the low side, but there are available options such as Pacific Hills. One of Los Angeles’ liveliest areas, West Hollywood is a great option for a young couple or anyone looking to live in a “city never sleeps” area!

  • Beverly Grove

    Beverly grove, a small neighborhood located in the central region of Los Angeles, is known as a premier shopping destination for Angelinos. From the Beverly Center to the always popular Robertson Boulevard, it is never hard to find a store that fits  your needs. The neighborhood itself borders West Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Beverly Grove is also home to some of Los Angele’s most notable restaurants including The Ivy and Jar. Schools are limited compared to neighbors Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, but it is a short drive to local schools in the surrounding area.

  • Beverlywood

    Beverlywood is an affluent and quaint suburb located in the Westside.  The Hillcrest Country Club and Museum of Tolerance call the area home. The population skews older and also is very family friendly. People from all over LA flock to Beverlywood for its great kosher food staples such as Factors Deli and the Beverlywood Bakery. A good knosh is not hard to find! Beverlywood is flanked on the north by Pico-Robertson, on the east by Mid-City, on the south by Palms and on the west by Cheviot Hills.  The neighborhood and it’s surrounding areas give a bevy of options for schools both public and private. Beverlywood is a fantastic choice for anyone looking for a family friendly neighborhood!

  • Hancock Park

    Hancock Park is a historic neighborhood located in the central region of Los Angeles. The neighborhood was developed in the 1920s and feature architecturally distinctive residences that embody it’s charm and affluence. It also features one of Los Angele’s most famous private golf clubs, Wilshire Country Club in which the neighborhood itself is built around.  Being mainly a residential neighborhood, residents look to nearby Larchmont Village for their shopping and eating.  Girasole, a neighborhood staple, features sidewalk tables where locals can be found during the weekend enjoying a relaxing Italian lunch or dinner. Hancock Park is also home to numerous schools including the highly regarded all-girls school, Marlborough School.

  • Hollywood

    The go-to nightlife destination of Los Angeles, Hollywood remains an iconic destination synonymous with glamour and stardom.  Locals and visitors alike still flock to “Tinseltown” for entertainment and sightseeing. It is home to the world famous Hollywood sign as well as Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Exclusive restaurants and trendy nightclubs dot Hollywood Boulevard. Locals with a taste for the outdoors are not without luck though as Hollywood is home to arguably the best hiking trail is Los Angeles, Runyon Canyon. The area is home to a vast amount of school options including Hollywood High.  Anyone looking for Los Angele’s hottest nightlife neighborhood will find a perfect match in Hollywood.

  • Silver Lake

    Silver Lake is a residential and commercial neighborhood in the central region of Los Angeles, California, United States. Originally named Ivanhoe in the 1900s by a resident from Scotland, it was built around what was then a city reservoir which gives the district its name.

  • Studio City

    Studio City is still home to many celebrities and entertainment professionals. Aside from Mack Sennett's old lot (now called CBS Studio Center), it's just a few miles to Universal, Warner Bros. and Disney Studios, and Hollywood is just over the hill via Laurel Canyon or the Cahuenga Pass.

    For those looking for a more low-key, paparazzi-free lifestyle, Studio City is it. Top-tier restaurants and boutiques line Ventura Boulevard all the way to Sherman Oaks — like Robertson Boulevard without the drama.

  • Hidden Hills

    Once the pastoral retreat on the outskirts of L.A., Hidden Hills has of late been the neighborhood Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, Drake, Miley Cyrus, and other celebrites call home. It’s even become millennial shorthand for a particular brand of fame in the process. A visit inside its gates reveals that longtime residents are reckoning with the neighborhood’s newfound notoriety in different ways—including enjoying the effects of the housing bubble.

  • Calabasas

    Calabasas is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States, located in the hills west of the San Fernando Valley and in the northwest Santa Monica Mountains between Woodland Hills, Agoura Hills, West Hills, Hidden Hills, and Malibu, California.

  • Topanga

    A place above: The Tongva people held Topanga to be a sacred location, and anyone who has taken the stunningly scenic drive down the mountains to the bay can understand why.

    Country living: The hills surrounding it may be filled with modern luxury homes, but Topanga itself clings to its rustic roots, eschewing chain restaurants and strip malls completely.

    Hippie history: The luminaries of the Age of Aquarius are mostly long gone, but the canyon’s countercultural past is kept alive with events such as the Topanga Days music festival.

  • Los Feliz

    Los Feliz is one such a chill and walkable neighborhood that I actually enjoy going on 'strolls' here on a regular basis. There are lots of charming, independently owned restaurants, shops and bars, where people actually know your name; and cute dogs at every corner, a bonus for dog-crazy people

  • Downtown Los Angeles

    Downtown is a collage of unique neighborhoods, each with its own personality, mix of people, companies, buildings, amenities, and activities. Downtowners can walk from their apartment in South Park to their office in the Financial District, do lunch in the Historic Core, a meeting in the Civic Center, and bike to the Arts District for happy hour.

  • Mount Olympus

    Developed in 1969, Mt. Olympus is located just north of Hollywood Blvd and east of Laurel Canyon Blvd. above Laurel Canyon. The theme of the community is modeled after the ancient Greeks and the mystique of the 12 gods of Olympus. The street names even reflect this with such names as Zeus, Venus and Apollo Drives.

  • Trousdale Estates

    The grounds originally belonged to Mrs. Lucy Smith Doheny Battson, wife of Edward L. Doheny, Jr. (1893–1929), son of oil tycoon Edward L. Doheny (1856–1935); were known as the Doheny Ranch or the Doheny Estate; and included the Greystone Mansion. In 1954, Paul Trousdale (1915–1990) purchased the grounds, while the mansion was purchased by industrialist Henry Crown (1896–1990). Shortly after, Trousdale convinced the Beverly Hills City Council to add the neighborhood to the city, which they accepted, and he renamed it the Trousdale Estates.

    Celebrity residents have included the likes of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Curtis, Ray Charles, and Groucho Marx. More recently, Jennifer Aniston, David Spade, Vera Wang, John Rich, Jane Fonda, Richard Perry, Markus Persson, and Charlie Puth call this area home.

  • Mulholland Estates

    Mulholland Estates is a guard gated community in the Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles. The community entrance sits on the north side of Mulholland drive, between Beverly Glen and Benedict Canyon. One of the key features of Mulholland Estates is top-notch security, which attracts many high profile celebrities and business people.

    Home sizes in Mulholland Estates generally begin around 6,000 square feet and can be found up to about 11,000 to 12,000 square feet. Most homes in Mulholland Estates were constructed in the 1990’s so they are relatively newer.