Welcome to West Hollywood and Hollywood Hills
The historically alluring neighborhood for Los Angeles’ movers and shakers
What do rock stars, pro athletes, and leading ladies have in common? They have, for a long history, called West Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills home. The reasons the most successful Angelinos favor this bustling neighborhood are clear - West Hollywood has classical Los Angeles charm and attractive nightlife making the city one of the greatest in the world. Minutes from the Sunset Strip, world-class musicians found their start at establishments like the Whiskey a Go Go.
Tucked in the sprawling slopes, the homes in West Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills are as recognizable as the names that inhabit them. They have some of the finest architecture you can find. Hollywood elegance, such as the famous Stahl House, is recognizable from numerous movies and television shows. The homes in this hamlet are the highest coveted in the nation. Beyond luxury real estate, the neighborhood has a vibrant culture and spirit that city dwellers and visitors seek out.
What to Love
- Quintessential Los Angeles charm, architecture, and landscape
- Luxury, modern, state of the art real estate
- Fine dining, shopping, and restaurants
- Bustling nightlife
The West Hollywood and Hollywood Hills neighborhoods offer the best of both worlds in Los Angeles, California. West Hollywood has an abundance of amenities for luxury living. Residents don’t have to leave West Hollywood to get drinks with friends, grab dinner, or find entertainment. Lively places, like the Pink Taco and the Laugh Factory, are nestled all over the neighborhood.
The most sought-after luxury real estate one can find exists in the Hollywood Hills. Spreading north from Sunset Boulevard into the trademark peaks and valleys of Los Angeles’ landscape, one can find modern bungalows, one-of-a-kind mansions, and breathtaking Spanish architecture. For those looking to be based in the action of West Hollywood, there are luxury condominium complexes with superior amenities.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
West Hollywood is home to restaurants notorious for their quality the world over. The historically exclusive Chateau Marmont, a haunt of Los Angeles’ most successful stars, sits in the heart of the neighborhood. For those who forego meat, the highly established Crossroads Kitchen provides refined vegan eats in an upscale setting. To escape to the Roaring Twenties, folks can visit Delilah for its vintage decor and specialty cocktails.
Music lovers are at home in West Hollywood with a seemingly endless array of long-standing concert halls and venues. Places like the Roxy and the Troubadour are as much of a destination unto themselves as the shows that they host on a regular basis. Comedy shows are also a draw to the area with venues like the Comedy Store.
A fun combination of unique finds and luxury staples is available for shopping. A one-of-a-kind destination to visit in the neighborhood is the Filth Mart, a vintage shop that specializes in vintage t-shirts. Another unique find is the Great LA boutique that retails upscale California-inspired apparel.
Things to Do
As a destination for nightlife, not only for the neighborhood residents but also for those all over the city, West Hollywood is packed with options for date night or a night on the town. If you have a pair of Gogo boots to dust off, The Peppermint Club harkens to a 60’s era glamor with live music to pair with your drinks.
The Hollywood Hills are home to multiple peaceful hiking trails. The Brush Canyon trail is one like no other, with a view of the iconic Hollywood sign.
Hollywood Hills and West Hollywood is served by multiple school districts with several private and public options.
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