You already know about luxury shopping on Rodeo Drive and the iconic hotels located in the world’s most famous zip code (but no one, we repeat no one, here calls it 90210). Locals skip the touristy stuff and instead frequent La Scala (where the chopped salad is a Beverly Hills institution), The Palm for closing deals, and the Cheese Store for top-notch fromage. Get your culture fix at the Zoltan Pali designed Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, stroll the idyllic Virginia Robinson Gardens, and pamper your pets at Pussy & Pooch, complete with an in-store Pawbar and Meat Market. The historic Tudor Revival Greystone Mansion, which is said to be haunted, is worth a visit. You’ll also find modern gems from Lautner and Neutra nestled among the Mediterranean estates, French Colonials, and high-tech Mid-Century homes, which get bigger north of Sunset. Trousdale Estates is especially impressive and in demand, with its early houses designed by Wallace Neff, Paul R. Williams, A. Quincy Jones, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Harold Levitt.
By Angela Serratore Beverly Hills | $3.795 Million A contemporary house built in 1960 and remodeled in 1997, with five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, on a 0.26-acre lot The owners of this home commissioned Hagy Belzberg, an architect who was a protégé of Frank Gehry, to rebuild it from the ground up... Keep reading →
Join us for a virtual tour of a distinctive Beverly Hills home designed by renowned architect Hagy Belzberg. Then explore a Hollywood Hills Spanish Colonial offering breathtaking views. Plus, there’s more to explore in the SGV with an updated Mid-Century Modern and a 1903 Colonial Revival stunner. Beverly Hills | Hagy Belzberg, FAIA 1725 Clear... Keep reading →
By Lauren Beale Here’s a home with Old Hollywood chops: The Beverly Hills home of actress-writer Renee Taylor and her late husband, actor-playwright Joseph Bologna, has sold for $7.425 million. But they weren’t the 1926 house’s first brush with fame. The Tudor Revival was once occupied by Shirley Temple’s mother-in-law and often visited by Temple... Keep reading →
When local artist Amanda Mears is not making large paintings in her studio, she can be found making her signature 2 x 3 inch small paintings all over Los Angeles, in private homes, and in the beautiful gardens at the Huntington in San Marino. Amanda loves to paint outside directly from nature because she feels... Keep reading →
This Beverly Hills estate, also known as the Doheny Mansion, was designed by Architect Gordon Kaufmann in 1928. The estate was a gift from oil tycoon Edward L. Doheny to his son, Edward “Ned” Doheny Jr., and his family. Today, the historic Greystone Mansion and Park is owned by the City of Beverly Hills and... Keep reading →