BrentwoodBrentwood’s history begins back in the late 19th century when it was originally part of a Mexican land grant. It went on to be developed at the turn of the century and would be home to several of the the Olympic games in 1932. With a history that involves some of Hollywood’s most interesting stories, Brentwood is now a beautiful and affluent neighborhood that rests along the slopes of the Santa Monica mountains. Tree-lined streets with well-tended homes in a range of architectural styles stretch up into the hills. The main artery, San Vicente Boulevard, features classy eateries and warm cafes, plus the historic Brentwood County Mart, a family-friendly retail hub. The striking Getty Center museum boasts a world-class art collection and expansive city views. Brentwood is centrally located to everything Los Angeles has to offer.
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