Beverly Crest

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About Beverly Crest

Most people confuse this winding, hilly area with Beverly Hills, a confusion that Beverly Crest residents are probably happy with. The whole neighborhood enjoys a certain degree of anonymity, much like its residents who have spent their vast fortunes on amazing homes in the hills between the northern border of Beverly Hills along Santa Monica Boulevard and Mulholland Drive. If you find yourself living in Beverly Crest, with very few exceptions, you've managed to do something right.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $1,595,000 to $250,000,000

Closed Prices: $95,000 to $64,900,000

Median Sale Price: $2,700,000

Average $ per sq ft: $1299

Association Fee Ranges: $320 to $1000/mo, $0 to $3000

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1916 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 1916 to 2021 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 19 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 33 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around Beverly Crest

Around Beverly Crest

As most of Beverly Crest is residential with massive estates, there is not really a culinary scene. For food, unless you're cooking or bringing it in, you need to drive to surrounding communities. Since Bel Air is to the west and they are like a more exclusive version of Beverly Crest, the obvious choices are to Beverly Hills to the south, or to the wide selection of great restaurants in West Hollywood. Although Beverly Hills has several great options, locals tend to head east for eats.

Expect to see cars worth as much as houses a few miles away and very wealthy people, some of whom you may recognize. Homes are remarkable in many cases, gaudy in others, but all worth well into the millions. Some homes in Beverly Crest you may never see, as they are hidden behind massive fortress-like, ivy-covered walls. There will just be a quarter mile long wall and one gate and that's all you see.

A Friday night in Beverly Crest is generally quiet. People who are going out from the neighborhood have gone out to all the best nightclubs, bars, and restaurants in the city. People who are staying in are typically having a quiet night -- but the chances of you knowing are slim, since most homes are built to have a lot of seclusion from their neighbors and passers-by.

There is a decent population of families in this neighborhood, though there are almost as many single wealthy people who reside in Beverly Crest some of the year. When it comes to activities in the neighborhood, there's a lot of amazing hiking and places to picnic in Franklin Canyon Park. But beyond that, you'll have to venture out of the Beverly Crest bubble and explore the rest of the city.

When deciding on where to live in Beverly Crest, you need to decide what you want out of the neighborhood itself. Do you want seclusion and views? Or do you want easy access to the nightlife in Los Angeles? The farther up the hills you go, into the northern half of Beverly Crest, the more isolated the homes and more beautiful the views. Near the bottom, in the southern half of Beverly Crest, you're going to have a lot more traffic, but that commute down the hill is beautiful.

Locals Love

  • Seclusion
  • Luxury lifestyle
  • Fantastic views

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of parking
  • Lack of culinary options
  • Heavy traffic

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