Grand mansions tucked behind sky-high hedges and wrought-iron gates with property grounds sprawling for acres.
Drive through the grand Bel Air gates at Sunset and Bellagio to one of Los Angeles’ most exclusive neighborhoods situated in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains and bordered by Beverly Glen on the east, Mulholland Drive to the north, Sepulveda Boulevard on the west, and Sunset Boulevard to the South. Bel Air homeowners appreciate seclusion from the normal hustle and bustle of Los Angeles. Grand mansions are tucked behind sky-high hedges and wrought-iron gates with some property grounds sprawling for acres on lush greenery.
Bel Air’s privacy is due to the fact that its 12-mile span is almost entirely residential. It features some of the nation’s most expensive properties and is home to many celebrities and athletes. At the heart of the community sits the Bel-Air Country Club and the famous Hotel Bel-Air.
Bel Air features some of the best schools: Roscamore Road Elementary School, Marymount High School, and The Mirman School.