In the heart of the Westside of Los Angeles, Brentwood is nestled in the slopes of the Santa Monica Mountains. Far enough from the bustle of the city yet in close proximity to beach living and Hollywood, Brentwood is a sanctuary for its residents who vary from high-profile individuals, affluent families, UCLA students and faculty, and Hollywood’s A-listers.
Maintaining a stronghold in Los Angeles culture, Brentwood is right in the pulse of sophistication and allure where residents and tourists can find the area to be quite commercially driven with their high-end boutiques, trendy restaurants, and utmost privacy. The area is the perfect blend of suburban comforts, a luxurious yet relaxed lifestyle, and a surprisingly hip vibe.
When the neighborhood was developed at the turn of the century, it hosted several of the Olympic Games in 1932. Rich in Hollywood history, Brentwood is now home to sprawling upscale single-family residences with impeccably manicured lawns, the Getty Center, and several walking trails for healthy living.
Brentwood remains one of the more stable long-term investments in Greater Los Angeles despite slight quarter-to-quarter volatility. The average price of a sold home rose to $1,900,000, a 51% increase from 2014. There’s no question that Brentwood remains one of the area’s strongest luxury markets. Here are a few Hilton & Hyland estates currently on the Brentwood market.
21 Oakmont | Represented by Linda May | $37,500,000
Located on the most prestigious street in Brentwood, resting on 2 private acres, lies a 1940 Georgian Regency by James E. Dolena, AIA. Set behind gates, a long driveway leads to round motorcourt. Original architectural details & interiors by Michael Smith create timeless, quintessential living areas.
334 S Burlingame | Represented by Drew Fenton, Bjorn Farrugia | $29,995,000
Villa Burlingame is the ultimate celebrity estate compound. Sited behind gates on a massive near-acre lot, lies a stunning Mediterranean estate. Completed in 2010, the fruit of collaboration by two of the greatest aesthetes of our age: architect Oscar Shamamian and designer Michael Smith.
13023 W Sunset | Represented by David Kramer, Bjorn Farrugia, Andrew Buss | $8,900,000
Built in 2012, this remarkable newer construction residence is sited on approximately half an acre in highly sought after Brentwood Park. Featuring five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, this resort-like estate is unparalleled in luxury combining timeless Spanish exterior with modern amenities and gracious comforts. Offering gated privacy, the compound has frequented as a celebrity hideaway.
3034 Elvido | Represented by Marcie Hartley | $3,500,000
Perched on a raised lot, this spectacularly remodeled four-bedroom home rests in what many refer to as “Brentwood’s Trousdale,” a best-kept-secret enclave filled with impressive mid-century houses with close access to Bel-Air, The Valley, and the freeways..