The Bird Streets
Only birds get these kinds of views. Birds, that is, and the most upwardly mobile of the Hollywood elite. The Bird Streets, one of the most opulent enclaves of the already-upscale Hollywood Hills.
Okay, that’s not why it’s called the Bird Streets. The streets are literally named after birds—Oriole Drive, Skylark Lane, Warbler Way, and Blue Jay Way. But seriously, the views in the bird streets simply don’t quit, soaring vistas of peaceful hills, spectacular sunsets, and the glittering lights of Hollywood sprawling below your perch at nighttime. (If you’re a Beatles fan, however, you might be more interested in the fact that George Harrison wrote the song “Blue Jay Way” from his home that was formerly located on the street of the same name.)
Add to that bold ultramodern architecture spread out across glorious hillside plots, as well as proximity to major entertainment studios, high-end shopping in Beverly Hills, and the bumping nightlife of the Sunset Strip and West Hollywood… it’s easy to see why the Bird Streets have attracted a resident class consisting of some of the hottest young stars and celebrities in the entire world.
Celebrities who live here are at the top of the A-list—Oscar-winners, pop stars and producers of some of the highest-grossing films of all time. Leonardo DiCaprio and Ariana Grande are just two.
The epic Ultramodern homes found on the Bird Streets list at median prices just north of $7.3 million. With every home a custom and a variety of views, there’s a big range. Depending on the views, even teardowns on the Bird Streets can command as much as $7 million.
For those on their way up, Hollywood abides. For those already as lofty as the birds, there’s the Bird Streets.