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Inside the elite gates of Beverly Park

March 9, 2009 |  1:27 pm

Beverly Park holds an almost mythic reputation in Westside real estate circles -- the place to go when Bel-Air, Holmby Hills and Brentwood just aren't elite enough. Real Estalker (via Curbed L.A.) has a humorous, insightful look at Beverly Park from inside the gates:

Stretching across 250 acres high above the city of Beverly Hills, Beverly Park is divided into two sections with three gated entrances. Beverly Park South has a single entrance off Summitridge Drive and consists of 16 homes while Beverly Park North has entrances off Summitridge Drive and Mulholland Drive. Beverly Park North was sectioned into 64 parcels by the developers, however several super-rich residents purchased mulitple parcels, bringing the number of homesites to 56. Several properties are currently in various stages of construction and, as best as we can tell, two parcels remain undeveloped, one of which is owned by Beverly Park resident Robert Bisno and is for sale with an asking price of $11,900,000. Whether loved or loathed, everyone in the Los Angeles real estate game seems to have a strong opinion about Beverly Park's near mythic mega-mansion-lined streets.

-- Shelby Grad