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Presenting Beverlywood: The Past and The FutureDecember 7, 2023

Presenting Beverlywood: The Past and The Future

Photo Credit: Beverlywood Homes Association

In the heart of West Los Angeles, a hidden gem known as Beverlywood unfolds its story, a tale of charm, history, and the delicate balance between the calm of suburbia and fast-paced city energy. Developed in 1940 by the forward-thinking Walter H. Leimert, this community of 1,354 homes has become a cherished retreat for generations.

Beverlywood’s roots are deeply intertwined with Leimert’s vision, whose commitment to preserving natural beauty and creating a detached, serene atmosphere is reflected in the Beverlywood homes. While the neighborhood has seen changes over the years, the tree-lined streets and the central teardrop-shaped park continue to evoke the original residential park atmosphere envisioned by Leimert. As the real estate market evolves, Beverlywood stands as a testament to thoughtful planning, community spirit, and a unique fusion of accessibility and tranquility, drawing anyone seeking a timeless and vibrant place to call home. Bordering the exclusive Hillcrest Country Club, the neighborhood is as much a hub for luxury as it is for charm.

Hillcrest Country Club. Photo Credit: Adobe Stock – Cavan

In Q3, the median home price experienced a notable 6% surge compared to the same period in 2022. Additionally, the sales volume marked a 2% increase, showcasing Beverlywood’s resilience and outperformance against neighboring communities in Los Angeles. Luke Cohen, an Estate Agent at Hilton & Hyland states, “It’s not just a place to live; it’s a retreat.” The unique blend of suburban tranquility and proximity to iconic destinations like Rodeo Drive and South Beverly Drive sets this community apart. “Almost solely residential, the serene escape seamlessly integrates into the vibrant tapestry of big city life,” said Cohen.

Chris Evangelatos, Broker Associate at Hilton & Hyland, said, “It’s where tradition meets the now, and the sense of community is as strong as the houses themselves.” He added, “So many homes in this community capture the essence of Beverlywood’s enduring spirit.” The neighborhood’s narrative emphasizes that the legacy engraved into each doorstep speaks to Los Angeles’s history.  

Circle Park Bridge, Beverlywood. Photo Credit: Beverlywood Homes Association

Beverlywood remains a constant in this ever-evolving cityscape, offering not just homes, but a canvas for anyone aspiring to paint their Los Angeles memories. It’s a neighborhood where each corner tells a story, and every home is a chapter in the rich tapestry of West Los Angeles. As the sun sets over the teardrop-shaped park, residents can’t help but feel a sense of gratitude for being part of a community that honors the past while embracing the future. Beverlywood isn’t just a neighborhood; it’s a living testament to the enduring charm of Los Angeles living.

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