Homes for Sale in Beverly Hills
Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Beverly Hills, CA. Read on below the listings to learn more about living in Beverly Hills and moving or relocating to Beverly Hills.
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Beverly Hills is most known for Rodeo Drive. Here discriminating shoppers will find this popular street to be heaven on earth. Luis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, and Guess are just a few of the stores that sell products that attract people from all around the world. Beverly Hills contains some of the most expensive homes and most exclusive enclaves in the Los Angeles area. Beverly Hills is one of the three communities that comprise the Platinum Triangle of Los Angeles along with the neighborhoods of Holmby Hills and Bel Air. Of the Platinum Triangle, Beverly Hills is the most populated, densest, and the only one that contains a business district. The most famous business district of Beverly Hills is Rodeo Drive. It is a dream for any Los Angeles realtor and any Beverly Hills realtor to market and sell real estate in this beautiful community. The streets are so perfect, the homes so immaculate, the houses so ornate, and with perfectly manicured yards to match. With just under 35,000 residents in Beverly Hills, homeowners choose to keep it this to maintain its majestic appeal. One of the safest communities in the world, it is rumored that after a man stole an elderly woman’s purse, minutes later there were police helicopters in the air and on the search for the culprit. Beverly Hills is considered luxury living and some of the finest real estate that money can buy.
Call a Beverly Hills agent and ask that they take you for a tour of the area of this enchanting city with pristine yards and streets where homes of every style can be seen. As an added appeal, there are some nearby places that you can enjoy like Sunset Boulevard, which comprises a strip of clubs, restaurants, and boutiques. There’s the Los Angeles County Museum of Arts where at the end of a long stressful week of work, on Friday evenings, you can enjoy a glass of wine while listening to the sweet tunes of a local jazz band. You can enjoy this totally free of charge, too. Then there is the Original Farmers Market. Located on the premises is an outdoor mall-like shopping paradise of sorts. After you pick up fresh fruits and vegetables, you can walk up to the Barnes and Nobles to purchase a good book or dine on fine Italian food at Maggiano’s. A Beverly Hills agent or realtor can help you learn about these places and many other things to do and places that you and your family can go to get the full experience of living in Beverly Hills and finding real estate appropriate to your needs.
More on Living in Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills, the Mecca of an affluent society, celebrities, and high and living in California. Rated #9 Best Pl. to retire in California, Beverly Hills is a suburb of about 34,000 residents with an urban atmosphere, luxurious homes, and a well-maintained lifestyle. 59% of residents own their own homes and with the median home value of about $2 million and a median rent of $2250, both renting and buying are definitely within the luxury market.
Clearly one of the most famous areas in Los Angeles County and perhaps the state of California, Beverly Hills is a standalone municipality surrounded by the city of Los Angeles, Century City, and the Santa Monica Mountains. The neighborhood is green, the palm trees are tall, the flowers are always blooming, and the beach is close. This is life in Beverly Hills. Whether you choose a home on the hills or on the flats, this "Better Homes and Gardens" scenery is definitely a step above the rest.
Beverly Hills is a picture-perfect neighborhood with beautiful houses set back from the curb or completely hidden behind hedges and wrought iron gates. You'll find an air of exclusivity and privacy with every lot and is popular for celebrities, professionals, musicians, and yes, tours. You'll see the occasional celebrity house bus tours traveling up and down the streets from time to time but, besides that, you can enjoy the fantastic shopping, upscale Rodeo Drive, one of the most common shopping avenues in the country, hundreds of fine dining restaurants, and surprisingly, economically diverse. You'll find a humble deli at one end of the street and Michelin-starred fine dining restaurants at the other.
Beverly Hills Schools
One of the biggest draws for families is the school system. Beverly Hills has its own Beverly Hills Unified School District which consists of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The district employs approximately 500 qualified and classified personnel. The top-rated school remains to be L Rodeo elementary, Beverly Vista middle school, and the Beverly Hills high school.
"Amazing School! I really enjoyed my experience at BHHS as I had other high schools to compare it with (I transferred junior year). Top-notch academics and your kids will be in good hands and super prepared for the college transition. The most important thing is to take advantage of the AP courses, which is where you will find the best teachers, opportunities and develop lifelong skills as a scholar." - Beverly Hill High School Review
Pros and Cons to Beverly Hills
People always say that the neighborhood is the best thing about Beverly Hills and the worst thing. It is both a pro and con. Obviously, we understand the pro of moving to Beverly Hills as a beautiful neighborhood but it's also the neighborhood that makes it a con. The expense of a move to one neighborhood such as Beverly Hills can be expensive. The most expensive house to be sold in Beverly Hills was over $38 million and the least was $5 million. Utilities, location, and taxes all can add up but it all is relative depending on your budget.
Weather is another pro and con to Beverly Hills. Of course, it's sunny California so it's the beautiful moderate climate, comfortable sunshine, and the benefit of rooftop restaurants and outdoor alfresco dining but, those beautiful days can also turn into a hot, summer afternoon. Being stuck inside working on such a day can be a drawback, but when you come home to a gorgeous house on the hillside, surrounded by lush landscaping and tropical trees, the hustle and bustle of work seem to melt away.
Location, weather, opportunities, education, shopping, status… Not necessarily in that order
It's easy to see why people choose to live in Beverly Hills. The seclusion, privacy, customization, location, and access to some of the best schools in the state are easy draws. While there's not necessarily a median home price as I mentioned earlier, there is a wide variety of prices and styles. Mediterranean architecture, Tuscan-inspired guest houses, Roman Cathedral pool house, custom wine cellar, eclectic bowling alley, you name it. You're likely to find it in Beverly Hills. For the ultimate in Beverly Hills real estate, your ideal home awaits. Contact your expert in Beverly Hills real estate today. I look forward to helping you find your dream home and your dream oasis.