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Beachwood Canyon

Beachwood Canyon homes enjoy an auspicious position compared to their fellow neighbors in the Hollywood Hills—they’re right below the world-famous Hollywood Sign. Originally, the sign spelled “Hollywoodland,” and it was erected to advertise homes in the Hollywoodland neighborhood—also known as Upper Beachwood, which, along with Lower Beachwood, makes up the ritzy subdivision of Beachwood Canyon Los Angeles.

Perched on either side of tree-lined Beachwood Drive and in view of the Hollywood sign, living in Beachwood Canyon is like living in a nature preserve. The lots are spread out and separated by trees, creating a haven of green in the middle of bustling Los Angeles. The neighborhood is wedged between the Hollywood Reservoir on one side—including an idyllic jogging and biking trail around the reservoir—and on the other side, world-famous Griffith Park, home of Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood Sign trailhead, and miles of other hiking trails where lovers of the outdoors can take in some of the best views in Hollywood.

Houses here range widely in size and architecture, with representations of Storybook, Mid-Century Modern, English Tudor, French Normandy, Mediterranean, Spanish, and Ultramodern “glass houses.” Median prices are reasonable for the Hollywood Hills at just south of $1.8 million and $733 per square foot. Want to rent a night of Hollywood Hills opulence with a medieval twist? Check out Hollywood Castle, a popular event venue and filming location that resembles a castle from the Middle Ages.

A self-contained community in the heart of the LA sprawl, Beachwood Canyon is also famous for its Beachwood Village shopping center. Beachwood Market, the anchor grocery store, features a popular deli and a real butcher shop for meat enthusiasts. Beachwood Cafe is a popular casual restaurant where residents and visitors can grab a delicious farm-to-table lunch or dinner.

Discover the good life in the shadow of the Hollywood Sign—urban garden living in Beachwood Canyon.


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