Real Estate in Brentwood

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Just beyond the I-405 freeway lies Brentwood, an enclave of industry executives, creatives, young professionals and families. Brentwood’s small-town, yet sophisticated, feel within the heart of the city plays into just why residents are so emphatic about their neighbourhood.


Brentwood’s history began back in the late 19th century when it was originally part of a Mexican land-grant. It went on to be developed at the turn of the century and would eventually host several of the Olympic games in 1932. With residents including Entertainment and Technology’s most elite, Brentwood has become a highly desirable and affluent neighborhood. Brentwood’s rolling landscapes paired with its prime location—resting along the slopes of the Santa Monica mountains between the I-405 and the Pacific Palisades—and family-friendly appeal—a la tree-lined streets, prestigious schools, posh neighborhood eateries, and quaint cafés and markets—make it one of the most sought after communities in Los Angeles.


Brentwood is home to many elite private schools including the Archer School for Girls, the Brentwood School, Curtis School and Berkeley Hall. Top rated public schools in Brentwood include Franklin Elementary, Paul Revere Charter Middle School, Brentwood Science Magnet School and McKinley Elementary, amongst others. Additionally, Brentwood offers easy access to other premiere schools including John Thomas Dye, Carlthorp, Harvard-Westlake and Crossroads.

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