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ABOUT BRENTWOOD

 

Why Here

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Amenities

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Demographics

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Amenity directory

The area that is now Brentwood was part of the Rancho San Vicente y Santa Monica, a Spanish land-grant ranch sold off in pieces to Anglos after Mexico's defeat in the Mexican-American War. The area now popularly known as Brentwood was recorded in city ledgers as Westgate when it was annexed on June 14, 1916. Originally an agricultural district (soybeans, avocados, et al.), Brentwood is now one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, and one of the prominent districts of the Westside.

Brentwood is known as an exclusive place to live and has had, and continues to have, many prominent residents. This would include California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steven Speilberg, Alanis Morissette and Cindy Crawford just to name a few. Brentwood is divided by its “Main Street”—San Vicente Boulevard. San Vicente is a hangout for many locals because of its abundance of shopping and trendy restaurants. Brentwood’s real estate consists of many large luxury estates, single family homes, and a large number of condominiums mostly located between Wilshire and San Vicente Boulevard.

Just as Santa Monica, Brentwood is kept fairly cool by the marine breezes off of the nearby Pacific Ocean. The topography of the land is divided roughly at Sunset Boulevard. To the north of Sunset the area has many hills and canyons, while south of Sunset the land is relatively flat. The topography in this are is what led to the large, mostly gated estates of “Brentwood Park”.

Brentwood has a strong historical British influence. Street names such as Barrington, Gorham, and Bristol are testimony to this influence. The area now is multi cultural, but the British historical ties can be seen throughout the city.

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WHY BRENTWOOD REAL ESTATE

2007 Median Prices (Active Homes)

. Brentwood Homes For Sale- $2,745,000
. Brentwood Condos For Sale- $764,000

2007 Entry Level Prices

. Condos For Sale- $439,000
. Homes For Sale- $1,095,000

Brentwood has long been and continues to be a very wealthy and prominent place to live among Los Angeles’ elite. Brentwood properties enjoy much the same climate as Santa Monica, with gentle ocean breezes keeping the temperature down in the summer. In the last few years many new shops and restaurants have sprung up on San Vicente Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard to the south, adding many national chains and very well respected local restaurants. In comparison to Santa Monica real estate (its neighbor to the west), Brentwood often has much larger lots which often allow for luxury homes that include swimming pools and tennis courts that lots sizes in Santa Monica often do not offer. Santa Monica may have more notoriety, but Brentwood real estate is every bit as lucrative for the real estate investor and passive homeowner alike.

Many people enjoy the fact that Brentwood has the feel of a much smaller city than nearby Santa Monica, and still offers a diverse inventory of homes for sale. North of Sunset one can find many ranch homes in the canyons and hills, many offering equestrian facilities. Closer to San Vicente Blvd. is a broad range of homes and condominiums offering all prospective homebuyers an opportunity to own in Brentwood. Large gated estates line San Vicente and the streets just north of it up to Sunset. This area has a very private feel, yet still retains a sense of community as families are still found walking the streets and socializing with one another. This area has some of the highest priced homes in the area because it is still very close to all the shopping and restaurants of San Vicente Blvd., yet has the feel of a place being miles away.

The average listing price for homes in Brentwood for the year ending December 2006, was over $1.6 million with the average listing price for the month ending March 2007 being over $3.07 million. This gives Brentwood for the year 2007, the third highest average listing price for Los Angeles neighborhoods behind only Bel Air and Beverly Glen.


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BRENTWOOD AMENITIES

Brentwood has plenty of facilities for families and individuals of all ages. Below are the details of local amenities, please click on any of the links below to get more details on each.

Food & Entertainment Shopping
Restaurants (50+)
Movie Theatres (0)
Major Supermarkets (3)
Major Shopping Malls (1)
Health Education
Hospitals (1)
Specialized Medical Centres (25)
Elementary Schools grades K-5 (3)
Middle Schools 6-8 (1)
High Schools 9-12 (2)
Colleges/Universities (0)
Key Services Banking
Local Police Station (1)
Local Fire Department (1)
Post Office (1)
Banks (5)

Brentwood Housing and Demographic Statistics derived from U.S. Census data:

Housing Characteristics 2005 Estimate

Total housing units

UNITS IN STRUCTURE
1-unit, detached
1-unit, attached
2 units
3 or 4 units
5 to 9 units
10 to 19 units
20 or more units
Mobile home
Boat, RV, van, etc.

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
1999 to March 2000
1995 to 1998
1990 to 1994
1980 to 1989
1970 to 1979
1969 or earlier

ROOMS
1 room
2 rooms
3 rooms
4 rooms
5 rooms
6 rooms
7 rooms
8 rooms
9 rooms or more
Median (rooms)

Occupied Housing Units
YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
1999 to March 2000
1995 to 1998
1990 to 1994
1980 to 1989
1970 to 1979
1969 or earlier

Specified owner-occupied units
VALUE
Less than $50,000
$50,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999
$200,000 to $299,999
$300,000 to $499,999
$500,000 to $999,999
$1,000,000 or more
Median (dollars)

Specified renter-occupied units
GROSS RENT
Less than $200
$200 to $299
$300 to $499
$500 to $749
$750 to $999
$1,000 to $1,499
$1,500 or more
No cash rent
Median (dollars)

7,767


6,396
354
51
215
39
118
247
337
10


993
2,719
1,199
1,023
291
276


821
1,674
2,991
2,661
2,358
1,696
1,704
1,298
2,124
4.7

16,617


3,258
5,372
2,337
2,026
1,803
1,821


6,619

21
58
42
23
59
329
3,152
2,935
95,1400


1,432

24
41
74
394
436
293
99
71
830

Demographic Characteristics 2005 Estimate
Total population
SEX AND AGE
Male
Female

Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 19 years
20 to 24 years
25 to 34 years
35 to 44 years
45 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 to 64 years
65 to 74 years
75 to 84 years
85 years and over

Median age (years)

18 years and over
Male
Female
21 years and over
62 years and over
65 years and over
Male
Female

HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE
Total households
Family households (families)
With own children under 18 years
Married-couple family
With own children under 18 years
Female householder, no husband present
With own children under 18 years
Nonfamily households
Householder living alone
Householder 65 years and over

Households with individuals under 18 years
Households with individuals 65 years and over

Average household size
Average family size

HOUSING OCCUPANCY
Total housing units
Occupied housing units
Vacant housing units
For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use

Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)
Rental vacancy rate (percent)

HOUSING TENURE
Occupied housing units
Owner-occupied housing units
Renter-occupied housing units

Average household size of owner-occupied unit
Average household size of renter-occupied unit
23,302

11,487
11,815

2,263
2,371
2,002
1,524
1,080
3,435
4,353
2,296
893
852
1,387
673
173

32.7

15,659
7,697
7,962
14,899
2,731
2,233
1,002
1,231


7,497
6,127
3,589
5,205

2,997
621
426
1,370
1,079
489


3,816

1,577

3.1
3.43


7,788
7,497
291

35

1.6
2.9


7,497
6,053
1,444


3.04

3.38

BRENTWOOD AMENITY DIRECTORY

Restaurants:

Brentwood has over 50+ restaurants to choose from.
 

Movie Theatres:

There are no movie theatres operating within the Brentwood area.

   
 

Hospitals:

Brentwood has 1 major hospital serving it, the world renowned UCLA Medical Center

UCLA - Medical Center

Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 825-2111

 

 

Emergency Services:

Brentwood is served by City of Los Angeles Emergency Services.

LAPD-West LA Division

1663 Butler Avenue
(310)444-0701

LAFD - Fire Department Station #19

12229 Sunset Blvd
(310)575-8519
 

Post Office:

Brentwood has 1 USPS post office.

Post Office - Barrington

200 South Barrington Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 476-0486
 
 

Major Supermarkets:

Brentwood is served by 3 major supermarkets and many other specialty food stores.

Brentwood Country Mart LLC

225 26th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90402
(310) 395-6714

Ralphs Grocery Company - West Los Angeles, Store 44

12057 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 477-8746

Whole Foods Market

1050 Gayley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 824-0858
 

Major Shopping Malls

Brentwood has a 1 sopping mall serving it.

Galaplaza.com, Inc

11920 Mayfield Avenue 9, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 979-8866
(310) 442-0131 (fax)
 

Schools/Colleges

Brentwood is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District. In addition to Brentwood Science Magnet Elementary School (which only zones some residents for Kindergarten), the area is served by Kenter Canyon Elementary School, Brockton Avenue Elementary School, and Pacific Palisades Elementary School (some areas are zoned jointly to Kenter Canyon and Pacific Palisades), all of which are part of Los Angeles Unified School District.

Locals attending public school usually go to Paul Revere Charter Middle School.

The local public high schools are University High School (named for nearby UCLA, formerly Warren G. Harding High and planned as Sawtelle High School, see Sawtelle), just outside the neighborhood's boundaries in West Los Angeles and often thought to be located in Brentwood, and Palisades Charter High School, in the nearby neighborhood of Pacific Palisades.

 

Elementary Schools:

3 elementary schools serve Brentwood covering grades K-5

Kenter Canyon Charter Elementary School

645 North Kenter Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Pacific Palisades Elementary School

800 Viaduct De La Paz
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
(310) 454-3700

Brockton Avenue Elementary School

1309 Armacost Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 479-6090
 

Middle Schools:

1 middle schools serve Brentwood covering grades 6-8

Paul Revere Charter Middle School

1450 Allenford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 917-4800
 

High Schools:

2 high schools serve Brentwood covering grades 9-12

University High School

11800 Texas Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 478-9833

Palisades Charter High School

15777 Bowdoin Street, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
(310) 454-0611
 

Colleges/Unversities:

Brentwood currently has no colleges or univerisities.
 

Banks:

Brentwood has 5 banks serving it.

Wells Fargo Bank NA - Branch Offices, Los Angeles, Brentwood, LA Brentwood

11836 San Vicente Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 826-6611

Network Bank Usa

11726 San Vicente Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 873-8000

Wells Fargo Bank NA - Branch Offices, Los Angeles, Barrington Place

143 South Barrington Place, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 550-2301

Bank Of America

5541 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90049
(310) 247-2080

Comerica

12011 San Vicente Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 889-2900
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