Holmby Hills

Holmby Hills is an affluent neighborhood located in Los Angeles’ Westwood district. The immaculate enclave is not only one of the city’s most prestigious neighborhoods, but it is also one of the country’s. Holmby Hills offers its high-profile residents exceptional privacy, in a breathtaking setting, near all of Los Angeles’ most desirable areas. 

Holmby Hills is bordered by Westwood to the west, Beverly Hills to the east, Bel Air to the north, and Century City to the south. Along with Bel Air and Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills forms part of the Platinum Triangle. The Platinum Triangle represents some of the most expensive and most prestigious neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Sunset Boulevard is the community’s main thoroughfare. 

There are two community parks in Holmby Hills — De Neve Square Park and Holmby Park. Along with two playgrounds, Holmby Park offers a nine-hole putting green, 18-hole course known as the Armand Hammer Golf Course, as well as classic lawn bowling. The Holmby Park Lawn Bowling Club was originally established in 1927. Both parks are surrounded by grand sycamore trees.  Holmby Hills is a completely residential community, but the world-class dining and shopping of Beverly Hills is a short, three-minute drive away. The prosperous enclave is also adjacent to the illustrious Los Angeles Country Club, while the Bel Air Country Club is less than 10 minutes away. The University of California, Los Angeles is located a few blocks west of Holmby Hills.

Holmby Hills real estate is some of the most spectacular in the city. Most of the sprawling estate homes feature panoramic city views and expansive lots. Flawless landscaping and impressive gates ensure unparalleled privacy and security for the high-level entertainment and business executives that call the exclusive neighborhood home. When not enjoying their palatial estates, residents enjoy easy access to the Westside’s most esteemed areas.