Tucked in between ritzy Bel Air, Westwood and Pacific Palisades, Brentwood is bordered by famed Mulholland Drive to the north, an area that consists largely of luxe single-family homes; Bel-Air to the east; Mandeville Canyon to the west; and Wilshire Boulevard to the south, where a mix of single-family homes and apartments are predominant in the area south of Sunset Boulevard and mainly apartments fill the area south of San Vicente Boulevard.
The Brentwood area began in the late 19th century as part of the small community of Westgate, and Los Angeles annexed Brentwood in 1916. Today, Westgate Avenue remains as a reminder of this past. Many local streets are named after British regions like Barrington, Bristol, and Gorham, yet the neighborhood has no connection to Brentwood, England.
Brentwood is known for its beautiful tree-lined streets, unique and stunning architectural style homes and quite an array of offices, shops, and restaurants along its main corridor, San Vicente Boulevard.
The Brentwood Country Mart is a charming little collection of independent bookstores, designer boutiques, and great food.
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