Suburban Neighborhood in Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles County 90034, 90035

Along the quiet, tree-lined streets close to but removed from the bustle of Los Angeles, Beverlywood residents enjoy suburban life minutes away from numerous City of Angels landmarks. From Venice Boulevard to the south to Beverly Hills itself to the north, and with Santa Monica running above the neighborhood as well, Beverlywood was developed in the 1940s close to the city’s downtown area. 

Centrally located to Los Angeles landmarks.

Despite the suburban surroundings, Beverlywood residents are never far from motoring around the region. Beverlywood is super central and it’s close to everything.  It’s 10 minutes to Beverly Hills, 15 minutes to downtown and 15 minutes to Santa Monica. While there isn’t any public transportation outside of a Metro line, the outer edges are serviced by local bus routes. When the City of Angels is calling, it’s less than half an hour’s drive east to downtown Los Angeles via the Interstate 10 Freeway.

Large homes lining shaded streets.

Along the shaded sidewalks of Beverlywood, residents will find a cozy living atmosphere with plenty of home variety rising beneath the trees. Beverlywood housing is divided into two parts, HOA and non-HOA. The HOA areas can go up to $9 million, while the non-HOA is further south and can go up to $4 million. For any area of Beverlywood, prices typically start north of $1 million for single-family homes. The northern area typically features newer constructions and modern homes, while the non-HOA sector features Spanish-style architectural flair with tiled roofs. Ranch homes, apartments and condos can all be found in the neighborhood, with a lavish overall appearance that defines Beverlywood.