Homes for Sale in 90210

Search all 90210 homes for sale. The 90210 postal code is located in Central Los Angeles and includes Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills, Beverly Park, Beverly Glen, The Flats, The Summit, Trousdale Estates, and Mulholland Estates.

Renowned for its opulent mansions and some of the nation's priciest residences, Beverly Hills caters to variety of homebuyers. The 90210 zip code boasts a rich architectural tapestry, from historic homes of the 1920s to contemporary designs.

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Beverly Hills 90210: An Overview

Beverly Hills is renowned for its opulent mansions and bespoke luxury homes, often giving the impression that it's exclusively for the ultra-wealthy. Indeed, some of the most expensive homes in the country are located here. Yet, Beverly Hills offers a diverse range of housing options. Picture Beverly Hills real estate as an airport where both private jets and commercial airliners coexist.

Potential homeowners can anticipate homes equipped with features such as high ceilings, gourmet kitchens boasting commercial-grade appliances, custom cabinetry, media rooms, and wine storage.

Landscaping here is professionally done, with palm trees, bougainvillea, and other exotic plants thriving under the Californian sun. It's common to find backyard pools, tennis courts, and outdoor entertainment areas complete with kitchens, barbecues, and fire pits. Additionally, while still emerging, rooftop solar panels are becoming more popular.

Architectural Diversity in 90210

The 90210 zip code boasts a wide array of architectural styles, ensuring that both traditional and contemporary homebuyers will find something to their liking.

Historic homes, many constructed in the 1920s and 30s by Hollywood's elite, remain in pristine condition and are highly coveted. Iconic homes such as the Cytron House, Levit House (by Richard Neutra), and Pickfair (by Wallace Neff) stand out. The expansive 55-room Greystone Mansion, designed by Gordon Kaufmann in 1928, now serves as a public park and a favorite spot for film shoots.

From the 1980s onwards, newer homes in Beverly Hills began to appear more imposing than their older counterparts, often using bulkier materials and featuring larger facades with reduced landscaping. Concerned residents, keen on preserving the city's garden-like ambiance, led to the release of the Residential Design Style Catalogue by the City of Beverly Hills in 2004. This also resulted in stricter zoning commission reviews for new constructions and renovations.

For those fond of white interiors, red-tiled roofs, and stucco exteriors, the Spanish Colonial (Monterey, Spanish Mission) and Period Revival (Greek, Italianate, Italian Renaissance) homes will be a delight.

If East Coast-style homes are more your speed, look for American Colonial styles like Neo-Colonial, Cape Cod, Georgian, Federal, and New-Classical.

For a touch of countryside charm, the Rural European Revival homes, including Tudor, English Cottage, and French Normandy Farmhouse, are worth exploring.

Contemporary Homes, encompassing styles like Moderne, International, and Post Modern, are also in demand.

Other prevalent architectural styles in Beverly Hills include Art Deco, Ranch, Bungalow, and Craftsman, with substyles like Asian and Prairie.

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