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Beverlywood's exclusive blend of verdant trees, quaint shops, and beautiful restaurants offer residents a tranquil lifestyle. Being only minutes away from Century City and Wilshire Boulevard, the neighborhood is close the major business districts of the West Side. Beverlywood is also ideal for museum lovers, as the area neighbors The La Brea Tar Pits, LACMA, and The Hammer Museum.
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Beverlywood is a seemingly exclusive neighborhood on the Westside of Los Angeles that has certain areas sanctioned as part of the Beverlywood Home Owners Association. Similar to Leimert Park, Beverlywood was developed by Walter H. Leimert and was one of the first neighborhoods in LA to have regulations on housing size, style, color, and design along with other restrictions on landscaping.FIND AN AGENT
Beverlywood's cultural elements are mainly determined by the homeowner's association, as they job is to uphold of the look and feel of the community. The neighborhood's HOA also owns and maintains several private parks which are gated and can only be accessed by residents of Beverlywood. There has been some increase in the mansionization of older homes in the neighborhood, a movement that residents are continuously fighting against.
Beverlywood residents are located near a popular stretch of Robertson Boulevard that contain some great eateries such as Undergrind Cafe and the Empanada Factory. It isn't much of a trip further north to explore
places in the Pico-Robertson area such as the French restaurant A Food Affair or Komodo, an Asian-fusion spot with hints of Indonesian inspiration.
There are five schools in the Beverlywood area with two zoned secondary schools. Schools of note include Castle Heights Elementary School, Palms Middle Schools, and Hamilton High School. Hamilton High School is unique in the way they have divided the school into six "small learning communities" that coordinate their own curricula and staff. Those programs include ones dedicated to music and performing arts, humanities, global studies, math and science and more.
Overall, the Beverlywood real estate market has seen a three percent year-over-year drop in median sales prices, but a 14 percent rise in median rent per month.
With more new construction happening in the area, Beverlywood is poised for an increase in sales price in the near future, but for now it remains a buyer's market.
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