Beverly Park is considered the most prestigious of the gated communities in the Beverly Hills Post Office (BHPO) area. Perhaps the most elite community in the world, its residents have the highest median income in all of Los Angeles.
Why the prestige? Part of it is the extravagance. Beverly Park mansions average 20,000 square feet, but many owners have upped the ante in recent years with builds of 30,000+ square feet. The terraced geography affords residents jetliner views of the surrounding hills and greenery.
But expansive property isn’t the only pull for residents in Beverly Park. This gated community affords them one of the only things found in short supply: extreme privacy and security. Beverly Park is strictly closed to non-residents who aren’t specified as guests. There are no sidewalks, which substantially reduces foot traffic around the homes. Street parking is not allowed.
Perhaps most importantly, photography is not allowed in Beverly Park, per association rules. With such limited access, the community receives limited attention from the outside world. This, coupled with the high barrier of entry, makes Beverly Park a favorite for buyers requring the highest degree of privacy.
Beverly Park’s estates are divided into two separate developments—North Beverly Park, and a slightly more affordable South Beverly Park. Initially developed to be a golf course and country club named after Rat Packer Dean Martin, it was converted to an elite gated community to appeal to the most high-status and high-net-worth Los Angelinos.
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