Beverly Hills

As one of the most well-known and affluent cities in the world, Beverly Hills embodies luxury in every way from the perfectly manicured streets, majestic homes, and the quiet sophistication of an elite community.  In 2007, Coldwell Banker listed Beverly Hills as the most expensive housing market (second year in a row) in the United States, with a median home price of over $2.2 million.

Beverly Hills is a city filled with rich tradition and culture.  Each area and piece of land was carefully planned to create the regal and elegant look that the city has today.  Also considered a shopping mecca, people from all over the world visit the city just to walk down Rodeo Drive and take part in all the extravagance and glamour the city has to offer.

Beverly Hills also offers the best in education.  The city is served by the Beverly Hills Unified School District; which includes four K-8 schools (Hawthorne, El Rodeo, Beverly Vista, and Horace Mann), Moreno High School, and the Beverly Hills High School. The private schools are in Beverly Hills are Good Shepherd School, Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy, Emanuel Academy of Beverly Hills, and Page Private School.

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Links of Interest:

The City of Beverly Hills

The Beverly Hills Unified School District

Beverly Hills Travel

Beverly Hills Country Club

Hollywood Hills

The Hollywood Hills is an exclusive neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, known for its luxurious appeal and affluence from residents ranging from famous celebrities, musicians, designers, and Hollywood socialites.  The Hills rests on top of the northern borders of the Los Angeles basin across Mulholland

Drive and winds down Laurel Canyon to the foot of the Sunset Strip where world-class boutique hotels, celebrity-owned restaurants, unparalleled nightlife, and endless shopping await you.  The Hills are adorned with rare and innovative architectural homes with breathtaking views of the city, ocean, and mountains.  It is no wonder that every Hollywood mogul chooses to call this place home.

There are also many highly rated schools both within the hills as well as in adjacent, convenient neighborhoods.  In relation to the Greater Los Angeles area as a whole, the Hollywood Hills are absolutely central.  You will find yourself with the entire city at your command.

Links of Interest:

Hollywood Chamber of Commerce

Runyon Canyon

Santa Monica

Santa Monica is the quintessential Southern California city with its beautiful beaches, picture perfect sunsets, deep-rooted history, and vibrant culture.  Classified as a moderate Mediterranean climate, Santa Monica enjoys an average of 310 days of sunshine a year.  From the magnificent architectural homes and bungalows along the cliffs by the beach to the breathtaking residences along the tree-lined streets above Montana Avenue, this city has something to offer everyone.

Santa Monica is also known for it’s local art galleries, award-winning restaurants, and its three shopping districts – Montana Avenue on the north side of the city (luxury boutiques and upscale shopping), the Downtown district in the city center (Third Street Promenade and Santa Monica Pier), and Main Street on the south side of the city (eclectic cafes, boutiques, and specialty retail).

Santa Monica has it’s own school district and is recognized for having some of the highest rated public schools in Los Angeles County.  There are also top quality private schools in the district as well.

Santa Monica is also the recipient of the Bicycle Friendly Community Award (Bronze) by the League of American Bicyclists in 2009.


Bel Air

The prestigious neighborhood of Bel-Air rests above long, tree-lined windy roads, luxurious private estates, and lush beautiful gardens.  The natural surroundings and breathtaking beauty of the city instills a sense of warmth and comfort that makes Bel-Air one of the most desirable places to live, in all of Southern California.

Within this oasis of calm, you will also find exclusive establishments such as the Hotel Bel-Air and the Bel Air Country Club as well as the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden at UCLA.

Bel Air is a very prosperous community that wishes not to attract attention and to maintain its renowned standard as a private and exclusive neighborhood seeking to attract neighbors who will uphold the high caliber of its reputation.

Links of Interest:

Bel Air Association

Bel Air Country Club