Nestled at the foot of the Santa Monica Mountains, Brentwood is your gateway to high art and stylish living. Lush, green spaces and coral trees breathe elegance into this wealthy, family-oriented neighborhood, where Los Angeles’ more established residents choose to live.
Bordered by Mulholland Drive in the north, Mandeville Canyon in the west, and the San Diego 405 Freeway and Bel-Air in the east, the neighborhood enjoys cool ocean air and a serene atmosphere that will make you feel right at home.
Part of the Westside, Brentwood has one of the lowest population densities in the city. You’ll be able to explore its many attractions in relative peace and quiet, thanks to minimal noise and traffic.
The Getty Center is accessible via a cable-pulled tram, and the museum’s grounds and gardens command a bird’s eye view of the neighborhood. The 24-acre hilltop complex houses a fine collection of European paintings and sculptures, along with a number of American and Asian photographs.
A number of architectural gems can also be found here. The Nesbitt House, a mid-century home designed by Richard Neutra for radio personality John Nesbitt, won the Distinguished Honor Award from the Southern California American Institute of Architects in 1947.
Fans of Frank Lloyd Wright will appreciate the George Sturges House, designed and built in 1939. It exemplifies Wright’s Usonian-style homes, which make use of native materials and feature flat roofs and cantilevered overhangs. It was recognized as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1993.
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The housing stock is made up of single-family homes and apartments. Luxury homes with sprawling gardens and large-sized lots are available, while the majority of the apartments are in San Vicente Boulevard, the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare.
Here are some notable areas within Brentwood:
- Brentwood Circle
- Brentwood Country Estates
- Brentwood Glen
- Brentwood Heights
- Brentwood Highlands
- Brentwood Hills
- Brentwood Park
- Brentwood Sunset
- Brentwood Terrace
- Bundy Canyon
- Crestwood Hills
- Kenter Canyon
- Mandeville Canyon
- Museum Heights
- South Brentwood
- Sullivan Canyon
- The Brentwood Flats
- Westridge Hills
Brentwood is zoned to the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD)and top-rated public schools in the area include Kenter Canyon Elementary and Paul Revere Charter Middle School. The community is probably most well known, however, for being home to the independent Brentwood School.
Fine dining, nightlife and shopping
The restaurants at Brentwood Village will appeal to anyone with a refined palate. Here you’ll find artisanal gelato, organic raw-plant superfoods, and cold-pressed juices. Fine dining restaurants like Divino and Il Picolo Verde serve sumptuous Italian dishes.
The boutiques at Brentwood Country Mart are often furnished with settees, satin-covered throw pillows, and chandeliers. The racks display everything from high fashion to limited edition items – Christian Louboutin, Calypso St. Barth, Kendall Conrad, and so on.
The Streets of Brentwood is an open-air mall with over 50 shops, restaurants, and a movie theater. You’ll find Thai, Mexican, and Italian food here, while an American-style diner plays up 1950s nostalgia.
The best place to get cocktails any night of the week is San Vicente Boulevard, where you can sip an expertly mixed drink over sushi and eggplant caviar.
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