Welcome to Brentwood
On the Westside of Los Angeles lies the tranquil community of Brentwood. Known for its luxurious homes and celebrity residents, Brentwood properties have become some of the city's most highly coveted real estate. This suburb’s numerous upscale shops and restaurants along San Vicente Boulevard, walkability and schools draw many families to the area. In addition to its residential appeal, Brentwood is a hub of activity as a homebase to a number of businesses and organizations.
With spacious, modern homes and lush landscaping along quiet streets, the area attracts people looking for a peaceful suburban lifestyle. Brentwood is appealing to renowned architects and builders alike, many of whom have designed custom homes for the area's high-profile residents. As a result, the properties here paint a unique architectural picture, with styles ranging from Tuscan villas to contemporary masterpieces, and many have been featured in numerous, well-known publications, such as Architectural Digest.
What to Love
The residents have a strong sense of community pride in this gorgeous, tranquil suburb. With a laid-back vibe and a slightly slower pace than the hustle and bustle of downtown LA, Brentwood residents value privacy, quiet, and the finer things in life. Thanks to the phenomenal weather, proximity to the beach and its many hiking and biking trails, there is a focus on an active, health-conscious lifestyle.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
There is something for everyone in Brentwood. Looking for a place to shop or dine? You won't be disappointed; there’s a variety of terrific shops and delicious restaurants to suit every taste.
For a relaxed shopping experience, head to the legendary Brentwood Country Mart, where you'll find everything from fashion, beauty, and homewares to grocery items. From Christian Louboutin purses and shoes to the outstanding chicken basket and fries at Reddi-Chick and the delicious confections of Edelweiss Chocolates, the casual, lively and fun atmosphere of Brentwood Country Mart is not to be missed.
Baltaire is the perfect spot to enjoy cocktails and some of the very best prime cuts in a super-stylish setting. Seafood lovers will feel at home at Sushi Sasabune and Sugarfish, while Helen’s Wines is ideal for stocking up on quality red, white, rosé, orange, sparkling, and cellar wines galore.
Start your day with a fresh juice or a healthy shake at open-air joint, Joe & The Juice or try SBP’s hands-down favorite coffee house, Caffe Luxxe (and don’t forget to let them know that F. Ron sent you ).
Things to Do
For those seeking an authentic and local food and shopping experience, the Brentwood Farmers Market is an excellent Sunday-morning stop to find the absolute freshest produce and unique crafts. For art lovers, the world-renowned Getty museum is a must-visit. After parking your vehicle for a nominal fee, you will enter the fun and free Getty Center tram, which will whisk you up the mountainside to the top of the hill. Once there, you can appreciate the unique architectural elements and centuries-old and contemporary art pieces, while exploring the pristinely manicured grounds and the stunning views as far as the eye can see.
Brentwood students are served by the Los Angeles Unified School District and a variety of private schools. The students in the area are the recipients of an ambitious curriculum and abundant extracurricular resources. Some area schools include:
Brentwood School: an independent, K-12 school with a focus on inclusion, ethics, leadership, and creativity
Milken Community School: a private Jewish school for students in grades 6-12 with advanced courses for college preparation