Tucked between Sony and Fox Studios, Cheviot Hills has a storied history in the Hollywood film and television industry, serving as a shooting location for properties ranging from Laurel and Hardy to Modern Family. A popular neighborhood for stars to settle down in, Cheviot Hills has the opulent shine of the movies and has it in spades.
Protected from the traffic, close to Beverly Hills and Culver City but out of the spotlight, Cheviot Hills is one of the best-kept secrets in LA. Celebrities choose this neighborhood to stay off star maps. It’s the ultimate Hollywood experience—rubbing elbows with the A-List in a beautiful, self-contained community of homes, stores, and neighborhood hotspots, many of them a short walk or bike ride away.
Adjacent to Beverlywood, just south of Hillcrest Country Club, Cheviot Hills is a family-friendly suburb close to the city, boasting spectacular skyline views of downtown Los Angeles. But life this close to Hollywood is never sleepy. The 1.5 square miles of Cheviot Hills boasts a thriving scene of coffee shops, bars, and restaurants.
Tucked into the splendid residential streets are architectural gems like the Strauss-Lewis House, designed by Raphael Soriano, and the Harry Culver Estate, designed by Wallace Neff. Cheviot Hills homes are big and beautiful, designed in Mediterranean, Ranch, Traditional, and Mid-Century Modern styles. Median prices are just north of $3.4 million, with prices per square foot just over $900.
The focal points of Cheviot Hills are the numerous parks and recreational facilities, including public and private golf courses and the world-class Cheviot Hills Recreation Center, featuring pools, tennis courts, and more.
For the opulence and amenities of central LA, paired with the affordability and convenience of a secret enclave, Cheviot Hills is the perfect choice to settle down—an axis of the entertainment industry, and yet a world apart.
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