From the iconic coral trees that grace San Vicente Boulevard, to the rugged beauty of Kenter, Bundy and Mandeville Canyons, to the Getty Center’s superlative art collection housed within a Richard Meier masterpiece, Brentwood is one of SoCal’s most distinct and in-demand neighborhoods. Brentwood offers a wide variety of charms including the noteworthy mid-century modern homes in Crestwood Hills, the Moorish grandeur of St. Martin of Tours Church and the alluring shops of Brentwood Village.
Brentwood was originally part of Rancho San Vicente Santa Monica, a Mexican land-grant ranch given to Francisco Sepúlveda in 1839. After the Mexican American War the family began selling off their vast land holdings, which stretched from Santa Monica to West L.A. Modern. Brentwood began when a support community sprang up outside the west gate of the Pacific Branch of the National Home for Disabled Soldiers and Sailors in the 1880s (the namesake of South Westgate Avenue).
Covering 15.22 square miles, modern Brentwood is home to more than 50,000 people, according to the 2010 census. The Pacific Ocean’s temperate breezes and morning marine layer provide an average daytime temperature of 83F in summer and 62F in winter. According to a 2017 report by the U.S. Census Bureau, Brentwood’s median household income is $96,945. and the price of an average home is $629,000. Part of the LAUSD, Brentwood is served by two elementary schools, one middle school and two regional high schools. Brentwood also boasts seven private schools, including the prestigious Archer School for Girls. Brentwood is an outstanding community for those seeking a small town vibe within the excitement and diversity of the Westside.
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