Homes for Sale in Bel Air
Search Bel Air houses for sale and real estate listings. Bel Air, CA is located in the Santa Monica Mountains of Los Angeles and is among the most popular areas for home buyers to consider if they are looking to buy a luxury home or estate with commanding city and canyon views.
Bel Air has the highest per capita income of any district or city in Los Angeles County. Along with the neighboring affluent communities of Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills, the three form an area known as the Platinum Triangle. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Bel Air properties come on the market.
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Bel Air Information
Bel Air began as a ranch owned by Alphonzo Bell who subdivided it in 1923, marking the founding of the neighborhood as it is known today. Lot sizes were spacious and carefully planned. In accordance with Mrs. Bell’s vision for the area, all the streets were given Italian names.
Prices of Bel Air homes for sale are much higher when compared to the Los Angeles County average. The housing stock consists of single family homes, luxury homes, mansions, and estates. A few condos and townhomes can also be found within the area's borders.
The architectural style of houses for sale in Bel Air include several Period Revival homes such as Tuscan, American Colonial, Spanish Colonial, Tudor, Georgian, French (Norman), and Mediterranean. What's more, home shoppers will find designs like Modern, Mid Century Modern, Ranch, Contemporary, Expressionist, Craftsman, and Cape Cod.
Residents of Bell Air enjoy the neighborhood's central location; one is never far from fine dining, shopping, culture and entertainment. Bel Air is located between Sepulveda Boulevard and North Beverly Glen Boulevard and capped by Mullholland Drive on the north end and Sunset Boulevard on the south end where it meets the UCLA campus. Main thoroughfares through the Bel Air neighborhood include, Bel Air Road, Stone Canyon Road, Roscomare Road, and Stradella Road. Cars enter the neighborhood through unguarded gates.
Notable Bel Air Residences
- 10475 Bellagio Road: Former home of Renee Zellweger and Debra Messing. Architect: Paul Williams
- 10539 Bellagio Road: Former residence of Sol Wurtzel, Elvis Presley, Howard Hughes, Prince Rainier of Monaco, and Bill Bell. Architect: Wallace Neff
- 10644 Bellagio Road (a.k.a. Casa Encantada and Bellagio House): Former home of Conrad Hilton. Architect: James E. Dolena; Landscape Architect: Morton Purdy
- 10807 Bellagio Road: 1998 Contemporary Architectural. Architect: Hugh Newell Jacobsen
- 11630 Bellagio Road: 1940 Country Colonial farmhouse. Architect: Gerard Colcord
- 526 Bellagio Terrace: 1967 Mid-Century post-and-beam. Architects: Matlin & Dvoretzky
- 10778 Chalon Road: Jacobean home built in 1927. Former home of Dole Food Co. Chairman and CEO David Murdock. Architect: Gordon B. Kaufmann
- 10211 Chrysanthemum Lane: 1991 International style home. Architect: Richard Dodson
- 227 Copa de Oro Road (Whispering Pines Manor): 1929 Georgian-style home. Architect: Paul Williams
- 1211 Linda Flora Drive: 1979 architectural home. Architect: Charles Moore
- 1239 Linda Flora Drive: Architectural home. Architect: Patrick Killen
- 15000 Mulholland Drive (Singleton House): Former home of Vidal Sassoon. Architect: Richard Neutra
- 15154 Mulholland Drive: 1950 post-and-beam design Mid-Century Modern architectural home. Former home of Case Study architect Rodney Walker. Architect: Rodney Walker
- 15171 Mulholland Drive: 1959 Mid-Century Modern architectural home. Architect: Edward Fickett
- 364 St. Cloud Road: Former home of Sony and Cher and current residence of Larry Flynt. Architect: Garrett van Pelt
- 1704 Stone Canyon Road (a.k.a. Zoltan Pali Architectural): 2002 architectural which has been featured in Architectural Digest and won "Home of the Year" Architect: Zoltan Pali
- 1775 Stone Canyon Road: 1992 Modern architectural home. Architect: Kirk Shimazu
- 2170 Stradella Road: 2014 architectural home perched atop Stone Canyon Reservoir. Architect: Patrick J. Killen
- 616 Nimes Road (a.k.a. Lionsgate Estate or Lionsgate): Former home of Kenny Rogers and Nancy Davis. Architect: Paul Williams
- 909 North Beverly Glen Boulevard (a.k.a. Broughton House): A modular home, built in a style situated between a Traditional post-and-beam and steel beam design reminiscent of Mies. Architect: Craig Ellwood
- 1280 Stone Canyon Road: Former home of Betty Grable, Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Jaclyn Smith from Charlie's Angels
- 1492 Stone Canyon Road: Restored 1940 French Country Estate. Home of Sela Ward. Architect: Samuel Marx
- 11075 Sunset Boulevard: 1941 traditional home. Architect: Arthur W. Hawes
- 11492 Thurston Circle (a.k.a. Nordlinger House #1): 1948 Mid-Century Modern architectural home. Architect: A. Quincy Jones
- 121 Udine Way: 1929. Former home of David Brenner and Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland. Architect: Roland Coate
Bel Air Home Search
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