Brentwood is a neighborhood with approximately 67,000 residents and it is the home of seven private and three public schools.

Welcome to Brentwood

Sophistication mixes with small-town sensibility in one of LA’s most elegant neighborhoods
Opulent estates perched atop the hills of Los Angeles. Majestic palm trees basking in the golden California sunshine. A storied past glittering with film stars. Brentwood is one of LA’s most prestigious communities. Effortless elegance and Golden Age glamor define this illustrious enclave, which once claimed Tinseltown icons like Marilyn Monroe and Joan Crawford as residents. Originally owned by the prominent Sepulveda family, parcels of Brentwood land were sold off in the mid-1800s, after the Mexican-American war. By the 1880s, glimmers of the stylish town of the future began to shine through.

Today, families flock to Brentwood for its sprawling yards, quiet, leafy streets, and community-focused atmosphere – and, of course, Brentwood’s stunning real estate. While the neighborhood sports a quaint, nostalgic feel, homes here are stately and grand, ranging from clean, modernist styles to vintage, art deco designs that harken back to the days of Old Hollywood.

What to Love

  • Serene atmosphere and stunning views
  • Grand estates and lush landscaping
  • The world-renowned Getty Center
  • Proximity to LA’s best attractions

People & Lifestyle

Full of grandeur and graceful style, Brentwood cultivates a sense of ease and luxury. Residents cherish the peaceful atmosphere and family-friendly vibe, while Brentwood’s high-profile denizens appreciate the town’s laid-back approach and high level of privacy. Comprising an impressive pedigree of entertainment industry execs, prominent university professors, affluent families, and students of nearby UCLA, the Brentwood community continues to shine.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Brentwood’s culinary scene is wrapped in the same soft blanket of sophistication as the rest of the town. The airy, modern style of Jon and Vinny's allows the Insta-worthy cuisine to take center stage. Start your day at this all-day eatery with an epic version of avocado toast and burrata-basil scrambled eggs or stop in for a light lunch of shaved zucchini and arugula. Dinner is a sumptuous affair, with gourmet, wood-fired pizzas and rich fettuccine alfredo. Try Pizzano, Vicente or Baltaire. If you're looking for old school Italian atmosphere, try Peppone on Barrington Court. If you are looking for a fabulous bakery and love cake, then SusieCakes is the place for you! Understated elegance and a refined New American menu await at AOC Wine Bar, along with an extensive list of organic and sustainable wines. Ron Herman has been keeping Brentwood in style since 1976, with chic apparel embodying the best of California’s coastal cool sensibilities.

Things to Do

One of Brentwood’s most iconic institutions, the Brentwood Country Mart has been a gathering place for friends and families since 1948. Although the setting is quaint and country-themed, the boutiques and bistros are decidedly posh. Christian Louboutin and Goop grace the hallowed halls of this historic haven, as does artisan bistro and market Farmshop, known simply as The Farm to regulars. The best ice cream in town can be found at Sweet Rose Creamery. Sharing the Brentwood limelight is the world-renowned Getty Center. Bestowed to Los Angeles by oil baron J. Paul Getty, this prestigious gallery is known for its exquisite collection of artwork, ranging from the Middle Ages through to today’s most celebrated artists. Modern architecture, pristine gardens, and stunning city views round out the reasons why this cultural powerhouse is a must-see destination.
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