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Known for its elegant architecture and landscapes, Bel Air is one of the city’s most exclusive neighborhoods. Bel Air’s rolling hills and tall, verdant hedges provide residents privacy and peace, while the neighborhood’s quiet and hidden location offer respite from the commotion of the city.
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More than 80 years and untold television appearances later, Bel Air remains one of the most desirable and exclusive neighborhoods in Los Angeles—and the world. Known for its high hedges and lush estates, Bel Air is considered an oasis in the city by its residents. The mix of artists, creatives, executives and storied Los Angeles families who live here find ways to connect at the lively Beverly Glen Farmers Market and community gatherings.FIND AN AGENT
Bel Air is a refuge in the hills from the city below. Its winding neighborhood streets are quiet and serene. Residents are active and engaged in Los Angeles culture, but relish in the privacy the hills afford.
The Bel Air lifestyle is one synonymous with the good life. The neighborhood is not easy to get to, and that’s the draw. Residents live in peaceful, private homes and estates and they congregate in several neighborhood spots,
like the Hotel Bel Air, Getty View Park and other green spaces, and the canyon’s restaurants and cafes.
Bel Air is home to several elite schools, including Marymount High School, an all-girls independent Catholic high school. Community Magnet Charter School is a National Blue Ribbon school serving grades K-5. John Thomas Dye School is another independent elementary school (K-6) on Chalon Road in Bel Air.
Luxury real estate in Bel Air has never been hotter. Prospective buyers choose the neighborhood for its privacy, seclusion, exclusivity and unparalleled views. Luxury estates of all shapes and styles lay behind the hedges and gates here.
The homes and estates there comprise a survey of residential architecture from the last century. It’s also a prime place for new building and development. Median home prices are above $3 million and it’s predicted that will rise over the next year.
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