Real Estate in Beverly Hills is extremely desirable. Known as one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country. While most of the state of California saw losses of 40-50% of values, Beverly Hills was roughly only 26% during the height of the great depression. Although geographically inside LA County, it’s in the western part of Los Angeles and is adjacent to the cities of West Hollywood, Century City, and Holmby Hills. Within its 5.7 square mile radius, Beverly Hills is home to more than 34,000 residents as well as thriving retail and commercial businesses. It is also home to Rodeo Drive, the center of one of the most famous and expensive shopping areas in the world which bring tourism to the area. Rodeo Drive is where some of the wealthy do their shopping.
If you get a chance to visit Brent’s Deli or one of the famous Steakhouses such as Mastro’s or Spago, you’ll have a memorable experience. Some of the largest and most extravagant estates are located here, many with views of the city. The median home price is over $3.5 million. Average household incomes are roughly $195,000. Apartments are rare in this neighborhood, as is new development because their’s not much land remaining. Beverly Hills has its’s own services for the community such as a City Hall, its own police, fire, building inspection, water treatment, etc…In 2013 a former post office turned to a popular theater called Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Also very well regarded as one of the most desirable school districts in the area. There are 4 elementary schools in the neighborhood- (1) Beverly Vista School, (2) El Rodeo School, (3) Hawthorne School, (4) Horace Mann School. There is one high school- Beverly Hills High school. Real Estate in Beverly Hills zip codes includes 90209, 90210, 90211, 90212 and 90213.