• Bel-Air / Holmby Hills

    Bel Air/Holmby Hills, California contains some of Los Angeles' largest and most elegant estates with panoramic city and canyon views. The area is rich in landscape, trees and hillsides. Homes are situated in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, just above Sunset Boulevard. The area is located just west of Beverly Hills and about 14 miles from downtown Los Angeles.

  • Beverly Hills

    Beverly Hills is a city in Los Angeles, California. Originally a Spanish ranch where lima beans were grown, Beverly Hills was incorporated in 1914 by a group of investors who had failed to find oil, but found water instead and eventually decided to develop it into a town. Sometimes referred to as "90210", one of its primary zip codes, it is home to many actors and celebrities. The city includes the Rodeo Drive shopping district and the Beverly Hills Oil Field.

  • Beverly Hills PO

    Beverly Hills Post Office is the name given to the area just above Beverly Hills proper that is served by the Beverly Hills postal service, but that, in actuality, lies in the city of Los Angeles, and, as such, is served by L.A. city services (fire, police, schools, etc.). Homes in the Beverly Hills Post Office area have just one zip code, which is shared with homes within the city limits of Beverly Hills 90210. The Beverly Hills Post Office area extends all the way up in the hills and canyons to Mulholland Highway, much of which forms the border between the city and the San Fernando Valley, more commonly known as just "the valley".  

  • Brentwood

    Brentwood is a tiny upscale community on the Westside of Los Angeles, located just to the west of the San Diego (405) Freeway, extending up to Mulholland Dr. on the north and down to Wilshire Blvd. on the south. Bordering on Santa Monica, Brentwood is comprised of houses, restaurants and businesses, and is a highly desired residential suburb, which is home to many celebrities and business moguls. Portions of Brentwood are zoned for horses. Other portions have a very urban feel.

  • Hancock Park / Wilshire

    The Hancock Park area of Los Angeles is a long-established neighborhood with many stately mansions, including that of the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles, Getty House, in the Windsor Square area. Enjoying a lengthy and colorful history, according to the Windsor Square Hancock Park Historical Society, construction of the homes in the Windsor Square and Fremont Place areas began in 1910, and the Hancock Park development started on Rossmore, moving west to Highland in 1921 Hancock Park is home to the quaint shopping district known as Larchmont Village. 

  • Malibu

    Malibu is a city west of Los Angeles, California known for its celebrity homes and amazing beaches.  It offers some of the best hiking trails, canyons, waterfalls, surfing, shopping and views of the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island and beyond.

  • Sunset Strip / Hollywood Hills West

    The Sunset Strip - Hollywood Hills West area is perhaps the most famous neighborhood in Los Angeles. Home to both active nightlife and lovely residential neighborhoods, the Sunset Strip - Hollywood Hills West area evokes the old glamour of Hollywood. A home to art deco hotels and celebrity hangouts, all the amenities are close at hand. Over the period from January through May 2011, the median sale price was $1,207,500, and the sales volume for this area was a huge $221,617,300, up just slightly from $220,543,821 in 2010.