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Dog-Friendly Beverly Hills

The Beverly Hills dining scene is as renowned as its famous designer shopping district, and for good reason. World class eateries line the streets, featuring a wide variety of cuisines expertly prepared by award-winning chefs, attracting celebrities and the people who follow them, but celebrities aren’t the only ones enjoying the gourmet lifestyle at their doorsteps.

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Classic Beverly Hills Restaurants

The name Lawry’s immediately brings to mind the familiar shaker of seasoning salt for many people, but the birthplace of this ubiquitous spice is a classic Beverly Hills establishment still in operation today.

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Beverly Hills Post Office

The Beverly Hills real estate market offers many distinct choices for the luxury homebuyer. Some areas include gated communities like Trousdale Estates, while others are known for their expansive views. There are also options in the Beverly Hills area for homebuyers who seek a more diverse mix of architecture, lifestyle options and geography.

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Pickfair and Beverly Hills History

Beverly Hills is known throughout the world as a destination for glamour, luxury, and prestige. Countless celebrities and industry leaders have called this gorgeous area home for decades, and fashion-conscious consumers around the globe consider Rodeo Drive a designer mecca.

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Art Glass Chandeliers

Modern luxury has new meaning as show-stopping light fixtures have become a hot design trend in the Beverly Hills real estate market. Museum-worthy chandeliers can be found gracing dramatic entryways while handcrafted sconces light up hallways.

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Old Bel Air

Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious parts of Los Angeles, Old Bel Air is home to the historic, expansive estates often chosen in the media to epitomize the idea of the “Beverly Hills lifestyle.” Many of the residences here are almost entirely hidden from the roadway by high hedgerows and lush vegetation, allowing passersby only an occasional glimpse at the exclusive, prized estates found behind.

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Greystone Mansion

The Greystone Mansion boasts a list of film credits few actors can claim. This 46,000-square-foot Tudor-style estate-turned-city-park was built in 1928. It has been featured in dozens of films and television productions, with its descending staircase often taking top billing.

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Frank Lloyd Wright and Beverly Hills Architecture

The work of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the most prolific and highly regarded architects in American history, is mostly centered in the Midwest. But his signature architectural style can be found in Los Angeles.

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Wilshire Boulevard

It might be hard to believe that one of the most well-known and well-traveled streets in Los Angeles had its origins in a barley field, but in fact, this was the inauspicious beginning of Wilshire Boulevard

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