Beverlywood

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About Beverlywood

Loosely defined as a neighborhood north of the I-10 freeway, east of the 405 by a few miles, west of Robertson Boulevard, east of Rancho Park, and South of Pico, Beverlywood is a leafy suburban community in Los Angeles between the larger more well-known incorporated neighborhoods of Beverly Hills and Culver City. The majority of the neighborhood is residential with single-family homes that have two to four bedrooms and make up standard residential lots. There are a few commercial districts that border the neighborhood but for the most part Beverlywood is an affordable neighborhood within the sprawl of Central Los Angeles

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $1,065,000 to $7,250,000

Closed Prices: $426,000 to $6,200,000

Median Sale Price: $2,390,000

Average $ per sq ft: $891

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $669.9, $238 to $995/mo, $0 to $938

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

Age: 1926 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 681 to 7670 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 8 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 9 Bathrooms

Getting Around Beverlywood

Around Beverlywood

Beverlywood has become more desirable over the past decade, along with many other residential neighborhoods within Los Angeles. The presence of the 10 freeway and the subsequent traffic to the south of the neighborhood drives down prices a little bit. The west side of Beverlywood is known locally as the Castle Heights neighborhood and merges almost seamlessly into the incredibly desirable Rancho Park neighborhood just to the west. To the North is Pico Boulevard and easier access to commercial districts off Pico and Olympic Boulevards—but the traffic can be prohibitive every weekday evening.

The culinary scene is somewhat sparse in Beverlywood save for a strip of restaurants along Pico Boulevard that are hit or miss. Numerous halal and kosher restaurants line a few blocks of Pico; there are also a few Thai restaurants, bars, and pizza joints that can satisfy those with more diverse tastes. A few fantastic bagel shops and diners border the area or exist just a short drive or walk away--but for the most part, the culinary scene is lacking.

Expect to see families throughout Beverlywood. Most of Beverlywood consists of residential homes that are well-suited for families of three to five, though singles will also feel welcome here. There are two elementary schools within the neighborhood and Circle Park is right in the heart of the area. There are parks surrounding the neighborhood, but they aren't highly recommended.

A Friday night in the neighborhood often consists of staying in after a long week and having dinner in your quaint suburban California house. If you do want to go out, Culver City and its multitude of restaurants and bars is just a short drive away to the south, as is the Beverly Center and the restaurants along La Cienega on the eastern edge of Beverly Hills to the north.

A perfect Sunday consists of anything you want in LA really. The best thing about Beverlywood is that it is very centrally located to a lot of great parts of Los Angeles. If you want to hit the beach, you are about a 15-minute drive or 20-minute train ride away. If you want to go shopping or go into West Hollywood, it's about a 15-minute drive. If you want to go downtown, you can simply hop on the train. With a little time and planning, Beverlywood is an ideal starting point for many destinations.

Locals Love

  • Friendly community
  • Central location
  • Plenty of neighborhood bars and restaurants

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of shopping options
  • Traffic

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