Luxury Real Estate Across Los Angeles


Homebuyers looking for luxury in Los Angeles are in luck. Los Angeles luxury living isn’t limited to just one neighborhood and there are option available for both the urbanite and someone who enjoys the great outdoors.

Here’s a look at some of the options available in the luxury market across Los Angeles.

Downtown Los Angeles Luxury

For those who like to be in the middle of all the action, downtown Los Angeles is the place to be. While you won’t find the space available in other neighborhoods, that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on luxury to live downtown.

This three-bedroom penthouse offers many of the amenities you’d find in a larger house – a stainless steel and granite kitchen, custom tiling and hardwood floors, and two walk-in wardrobes. It even has some outdoor space with a landscaped rooftop lounge where you can enjoy city views and outdoor meals. With a $1.495 million price tag, this gorgeous penthouse is also a great option for buyers who aren’t ready or don’t want to take on a larger purchase.


With one of the lowest population densities in both the city and county, there’s a lot of room to spread out in Los Angeles’s Brentwood neighborhood. Although it’s only a short drive from Brentwood to downtown Los Angeles, the neighborhood’s location can make it seem a world away

The northern part of the neighborhood abuts the Santa Monica Mountains and the geography features mountain peaks and canyons. Meanwhile the southern end of Brentwood has lower hills and underground springs near the Brentwood Country Club.

Brentwood is also the go-to neighborhood for Los Angeles luxury and is home to many estates and large homes with ample outdoor space. This $2.995 million Brentwood home has more than 30,000 square feet of outdoor space, perfect for pool parties and other entertaining. The interior of the five-bedroom home has tall ceilings and plenty of windows to allow natural light.

New Hot Neighborhood for Luxury

Back in 2014, real estate experts predicted Cheviot Hills would be one of Los Angeles’s next hot neighborhoods. Cheviot Hills has long been popular with filming scouts because it is near both Fox and Sony studios, so buyers in Cheviot Hills might see their neighborhood in Hollywood classics like Laurel and Hardy movies or more recent small-screen projects like the TV show “Modern Family.” Along with its popularity among studios Cheviot Hills has also become more popular in the luxury market.

A recently completed five-bedroom Cheviot Hills house was built for entertaining. The $3.58 million property includes its own screening room, wet bar, spa, pool, and built-in BBQ. And, for when you need a little quiet time, the master suite has a spa-style bathroom as well as gorgeous views of a nearby golf course.