Welcome to Beverly Hills
That’s where we want to be! Whether Wheezer was being ironic or not, we get it. Beverly Hills is one of the most iconic cities in the world. From the mansion-speckled hills to Rodeo Drive to the Housewives that make flying on private jets look casual, Beverly Hills has main character energy.
In a city that screams wealth, real estate has been thriving for decades. Mega mansions, high-rise condos, and homes with views of LA’s sprawling vistas are some of the priciest real estates in the country. But that doesn’t mean inventory is low; there are always homes going up for sale and plenty of people who want to buy.
But why is this city so renowned? For starters - the wealth of its residents means the city is immaculate. Not a thing is out of place. You always know when you’ve hit the Beverly Hills city limits: streets are newly-paved, sidewalks are clean, and greenery abounds. It’s truly the life of the rich and famous, an insulated, perfect world of its own.
Beverly Hills is rich in history. Celebrities have settled on a sprawling, green estates throughout Beverly Hills and Bel Air since movies became mainstream. The proximity to studios, perfect weather, and plenty of room to spread out made it a go-to. Plus, famous people want to live next to famous people. They had to settle somewhere.
The city also sits in the middle of everything. Beverly Hills residents can easily get to West Hollywood, Brentwood, and Downtown LA, and they’re not too far from the beaches of Santa Monica. So while the celebrities are close to their studios and agencies, we regular folk also enjoy the spoils of excellent location and perfectly manicured cityscapes.
The 90210 area code may be the most recognizable zip code in existence. The city, while a famed hotspot of fame and glamour, is also just a small town with only 35,000 residents. It’s home to multiple-generation families as well as new transplants and immigrants. People make friends and plant deep roots. They may be in full makeup and stilettos when they do so, but the city is proudly diverse and friendly.
So while it may be a status symbol to rock the 90210 area code and walk to the Beverly Hills Hotel from your house, living in Beverly Hills is more than just stargazing. The close-knit albeit affluent neighborhood has plenty to offer the right buyer.
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