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Beverlywood Real Estate – California 90034 and 90035

The main entrance the the Beverlywood Homes Association

The fountain at one of the private parks for residents only n Beverlywood

Beverlywood is bordered by Century City on the northwest, Cheviot Hills on the west, Culver City on the south, Crestview on the east; South Robertson on the north. The district’s boundaries are roughly Robertson Boulevard on the east; the Culver City limits on the south; Beverwil Drive and the Hillcrest Country Club on the west; and Monte Mar on the north. Beverlywood’s principal thoroughfares are Venice, La Cienega, and Robertson Boulevards; Beverwil Drive; and Cadillac and Cattaraugus Avenues.

Beverlywood Homes Association & Beverlywood Vicinity Homes & Real Estate For Sale – Zip Codes 90034 and 90035

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The Beverlywood Homes Association is an incorported community in the city of Los Angeles with approximately 1,400 homes. There are two private parks for residents only, Circle Park with a lovely fountain and green lawns and Irving Schacter Park with a large jungle gym and sand box for children. Beverlywood also offers 7 full time security patrol guards from ACS security which patrol and survey the area.

The Neighborhood

Largely residential, Beverlywood is one of the centers of Jewish life in Los Angeles. Renowned Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal’s Museum of Tolerance is adjacent to Beverlywood, in Los Angeles (and not, as is commonly thought, in Beverly Hills). The neighborhood is also home to a modest Persian population (many of which also adhere to Judaism).

Almost all of Beverlywood’s inhabitants live in single-family homes built between the 1920s and the 1950s, with the oldest homes in the areas near Beverly Hills. Beverlywood contains very few apartment buildings. Contained within the district’s area is the Beverlywood Homes Association. The association is considered one of the most powerful in Los Angeles, having successfully fought off the 1960s up-zoning that occurred in areas such as Palms and West Los Angeles. Homes located within the boundaries of the association generally sell for higher prices than those outside of it, perhaps due to the strict enforcement of restrictive covenants by the association. The boundaries of the association area are roughly Robertson Blvd. on the east, Airdrome St. on the north, Rancho Park on the west, and Cattaraugus Avenue on the south.


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