Beverly Hills Real Estate

It may come as a surprise, but some of the most distinguished Beverly Hills real estate does not technically fall within the city limits of Beverly Hills, so the listings on this page are a combination of listings from Beverly Hills Proper and Beverly Crest, an area located in the hills north of Beverly Hills but technically located within the city of Los Angeles. For Beverly Hills information including the City of Beverly Hills and the Beverly Crest neighborhood, read below.

Beverly Hills Real Estate

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Beverly Hills Info

Beverly Hills (including Beverly Crest and the rest of the 90210 zip code) is bordered by the Hollywood Hills (the Bird Streets, Doheny Estates, Lower Doheny, and Laurel Canyon)West HollywoodBeverly Center/Miracle Mile/Beverly Grove, and Carthay to the east; Holmby Hills, Bel Airthe Los Angeles Country Club, and Westwood/Century City to the west; Studio City to the north; and Pico-Robertson/Beverlywood Vicinity to the South.

Beverly Crest is the community located in the area in the mountains above Beverly Hills, extending to the crest of the Santa Monica Mountains (hence its name), but it has been linked to Beverly Hills since 1963 since it shares the famous 90210 zip code with the more well-known city of Beverly Hills. It is because of the shared postal code that the area is also known as Beverly Hills Post Office. Even though a property may be located within the City of Los Angeles, if it is serviced by the post office in Beverly Hills, the mailing address is written "Beverly Hills, CA 90210." The combined Beverly Hills and Beverly Hills Post Office area includes the zip codes of 90209, 90210, 90211, 90212, and 90213.

The only public service shared by Beverly Crest and Beverly Hills is the post office. Beverly Crest residents vote in Los Angeles elections and fall under the jurisdiction of Los Angeles city services. As opposed to the Beverly Hills Unified School District, which serves students living within Beverly Hills city limits, public education in Beverly Crest is provided by the Los Angeles Unified School District.

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Famous Beverly Hills Estates and Homes:

  • 501 Doheny Road (aka: Greystone Mansion and Doheny Estate): Tudor and Jacobean architectural style. City park, famous filming location, and on the National Register of Historic Places. Architect: Gordon Kaufmann
  • 1740 Green Acres Place (aka: Greenacres and the Harold Lloyd Estate): Former home of Harold Lloyd. Added to the National Register of Historic Places. Architect: Webber, Staunton & Spaulding; Landscape Architect: A.E. Hanson
  • 1100 Carolyn Way (aka: Shadow Hill and Gray Hall): Former home of Douglas Fairbanks, the first actor-resident of Beverly Hills
  • 1143 Summit Drive (aka: Pickfair): Now demolished. Former home of Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford, Mary Pickford and Buddy Rogers, and Pia Zadora and Meshulam Riklis. Also owned by Jerry Buss. Zadora first claimed the home was razed due to termites, but years later claimed she and Riklis tore down the house because of a ghost
  • 1130 Schuyler Road (aka: The Knoll): Former home of Kenny Rogers, Dino De Laurentiis, and Marvin Davis. Architect: Roland Coate
  • 615 North Beverly Drive: 1939 Pennsylvania Dutch Colonial Revival style home. Former home of producer Jerry Wald. Architect: Gerald Colcord
  • 904 North Beverly Drive: 1939 traditional home. Home of Pat Boone
  • 1011 North Beverly Drive (aka: Beverly House): Former home of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies and Honeymoon Hideaway of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline. Used as a film set in The Godfather and The Bodyguard.
  • 9425 Sunset Boulevard: Former home of Madonna
  • 9481 Sunset Boulevard (aka: Sunset House): Architect: Francis Xavier Lourdou
  • 9755 Sunset Boulevard: Now demolished after burning down. Former home of Max Whittier, a co-founder of Beverly Hills 
  • 1005 Benedict Canyon Drive: Former Home of Bruce Willis and Alan Ladd, Jr.
  • 2620 Benedict Canyon Drive: Former home of Kenny G and Pete Sampras, who custom designed the tennis court
  • 702 North Alta Drive: 2012 contemporary home. Architect: Ricardo Legorreta
  • 805 North Linden Drive (aka: Hughes Crash House): Built in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Former home of Rosemary DeCamp. In 1946, after failing an emergency landing on the Los Angeles Country Club, Howard Hughes crashed a prototype of the XH-11 Aircraft into the home, damaging the roof and an upper bedroom. Architect: Wallace Neff
  • 910 North Bedford Drive (aka: Anthony-Kerry House): 1907 Craftsman home is #14 on Beverly Hills Register of Historic Properties. Architects: Greene and Greene
  • 913 North Bedford Drive: 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival. Former home of Marlene Dietrich
  • 519 North Bedford Drive: Architects: Buff and Hensman
  • 602 North Roxbury Drive: 1926 Spanish colonial revival. Former home of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz
  • 818 North Roxbury Drive: 1999 architectural estate. Architect: Leonardo Umansky
  • 1023 North Roxbury Drive: Former home of Agnes Moorehead. Interior Designer: Tony Duquette
  • 910 North Foothill Road: 1932 Mediterranean-style home. Architect: Kirkland Cutter
  • 920 North Foothill Road (aka: Sherwood Residence): 1962 mid-century modern home. Architect: A. Quincy Jones
  • 706 North Arden Drive: Former home of Alan Ladd Jr.
  • 1054 Shadow Hill Way: 1960 mid-century modern post-and-beam design. Architect: Wallace Neff
  • 9340 Monte Leon Lane: 2013. Architect: Leonardo Umansky
  • 1243 Lago Vista Drive: 1976. Architect: Fred Smathers
  • 1705 Angelo Drive: 1956 mid-century modern home. Architect: William Stephenson
  • 1210 Coldwater Canyon Drive (aka: The Rosenstiel/Augunas Residence): 1950 mid-century modern home that was renovated in 2005. Architect: Victor Gruen
  • 1169 Loma Linda Drive: 2009 glass and steel architectural. Built by developer Raffi Cohen. Architect: Ed Niles
  • 1170 Loma Linda Drive: 1951 traditional home. Architect: Gerard Colcord
  • 1178 Loma Linda Drive: 1951 traditional home. Architect: Gerard Colcord
  • 808 North Crescent Drive: 1924 home is a blend of French provincial and Hollywood Regency. Former home of songwriter Robert B. Sherman
  • 627 North Palm Drive: 1929 Spanish villa. Architect: Ralph Flewelling
  • 622 North Elm Drive: 1983 contempoary architectural home. Published in Architectural Digest
  • 1004 North Hillcrest Road (aka: Ohana estate): Former home of Jennifer Aniston. Featured on the cover of Architectural Digest in 2010. Architect: Hal Levitt
  • 1083 North Hillcrest Road: Former home of Groucho Marx. Architect: Wallace Neff
  • 1157 North Hillcrest Road: Architect: George MacLean. Renovation Architects: Marmol Radziner. Interior Designer: Brad Dunning
  • 1174 North Hillcrest Road: Former home of Elvis and Pricilla Presley. Architect: Rex Lotery
  • 1181 North Hillcrest Road: Highest sale price for a home in Beverly Hills when billionaire Markus "Notch" Persson paid $70 million in 2014
  • 1865 Carla Ridge (aka: The Varnum Residence): 1969 mid-century architectural home. Architects: Benton & Park 
  • 1935 Carla Ridge: Featured in Architectural Digest in 1963. Architect: Robert L. Earl
  • 1484 Carla Ridge (aka: Hershberger Residence): Former home of Sally Hershberger. Architect: William Stephenson. Interior Designer: Carole Katleman. Renovation Architects: Swift Lee Office Architects
  • Carla Ridge: Former home of Burt Reynolds and home of Vera Wang. Renovation Architect: Steve Hermann
  • 1320 Carla Lane (aka: Rose House and Katleman Residence): Former home of Helen Rose. Architects: Buff, Straub, & Hensman. Renovation Architects: Marmol Radziner
  • 917 Loma Vista Drive: Former home of Simon Cowell. Architect: Richard Landry
  • 1007 Loma Vista Drive: Architects: Lundberg, Armet and Davis
  • 1030 Loma Vista Drive (aka: Joseph Beber House): Architect: Richard Dorman
  • 1042 Loma Vista Drive (aka: The Kert Family Residence): 1957 mid-century modern home. Designer: Thomas A. Carter
  • 1910 Loma Vista Drive: 1962 mid-century modern home. Former home of Sid Caesar
  • 425 Martin Lane: Former rental of Jennifer Aniston. Architect: Hal Levitt
  • 535 Haynes Avenue: Former home of Howard Hughes
  • 400 Castle Place: 1962 mid-century modern architectural home. Architect: Robert Skinner
  • 410 Castle Place: 1965 mid-century modern architectural home. Architect: A. Quincy Jones
  • 370 Trousdale Place: Architect: Hal Levitt
  • 1012 Wallace Ridge: Former Home of Courtney Cox and David Arquette. Featured in Architectural Digest in 1974. Architect: A. Quincy Jones. Renovation Architect: Cory Buckner
  • 630 Clinton Place: 1973 modern architectural home. Former home of Matthew Perry. Architect: Amir Farr
  • 1120 Maytor Place: 1961 mid-century modern home. Architect: Rex Lotery
  • 624 Cole Place: 1970 modern architectural home. Architect: Harry Gesner
  • 9555 Heather Road: Former home of Bert Lahr, Betty Grable and Harry James, Alan Ladd, Jr., Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith, and Paul McCartney. Architect: Paul Williams; Current interior designed by Ralph Lauren
  • 10050 Cielo Drive (now numbered 10066 Cielo Drive): Scene of 1969 Manson "family" murder of Sharon Tate, Jay Sebring, Wojciech Frykowski, Abigail Folger, and Steven Parent; and former home and recording studio of Trent Reznor
  • 1435 Bella Drive (aka: The Schwimmer Residence): 1982. Architect: John Lautner. Renovation architect: Duncan Nicholson, who was trained by John Lautner
  • 34 Beverly Park Circle: Former rental of Prince and Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs. Former home of Vanna White. Architect: Richard Landry
  • 44 Beverly Park Circle: Former home of Barry Bonds
  • 1301 Summitridge Drive (aka: Lionel Barrymore Estate): Former home of Marilyn Monroe and Lionel Barrymore
  • 1541 Summitridge Drive: Contemporary home used as the home of Marsellus and Mia Wallace in the film Pulp Fiction
  • 1663 Summitridge Drive: 1966 mid-century modern home. Former home of Trent Reznor
  • 1360 Summitridge Place: 2013 contemporary architectural home. Architects: Marmol Radziner
  • 9601 Oak Pass Road: 2015 contemporary architectural estate. Guest house architects: Walker Workshop Design Build
  • 9694 Oak Pass Road: Former home of Mark Wahlberg
  • 9779 Oak Pass Road: 2013 East Coast Traditional purchased by Calvin Harris
  • 10261 Chrysanthemum Lane (aka: Ralph Johnson House): 1949. Architect: Harwell Hamilton Harris 
  • 9892 Beverly Grove Drive (aka: Roth House): 1962 post-and-beam home. Architects: Buff and Hensman. Renovation by architect David Hertz and designer Billy Lehman
  • 1159 Angelo Drive: 1961 architectural home. Architects: Benton & Park
  • 9505 Lania Lane: Estate originally developed by Mohamed Hadid and completed by Jeff Greene. Currently the most expensive listing in Los Angeles and the United States
  • 9555 Lime Orchard Road: 1991. Former home of Ellen DeGeneres, Paul Hogan, Rick Yorn, and Jessica Simpson. Home of Jennifer Lawrence. Architect: Kerry Joyce
  • 9152 Janice Place: Former home of Rihanna
  • 1200 Laurel Lane (aka: Samuel Goldwyn Estate): 1934 traditional home. Former home of Samuel Goldwyn
  • 1000 North Crescent (aka: Harry Cohn Estate): Built in 1927 for Columbia Pictures head Harry Cohn. Owned by Jerry Bruckheimer and Georges Marciano. Architect: Robert D. Farquhar
  • 12431 Mulholland Dr (aka: Warren Beatty Estate): 1992 Mediterranean estate. Former home of Warren Beatty
  • 2320 Bowmont Drive: 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival hacienda. Former home of Katherine Hepburn and Boris Karloff

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Last updated on October 21st, 2017 at 1:31am PDT