Trousdale Estates is the most prestigious neighborhood in Beverly Hills. The grounds were initially known as Doheny Ranch and was later purchased by Paul Trousdale in 1954. The Beverly Hills City Council later added the community to the City of Beverly Hills and it was then renamed Trousdale Estates.
Most of the homes on the original 532 lots were built in the 1960s by notable architects including Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, A. Quincy Jones and Wallace Neff. Trousdale Estates consists of a high concentration of mid-century modern architectural homes, many of which offer extensive jetliner views spanning from Downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. Guidelines for construction in Trousdale is set by the Trousdale Ordinance which was implemented in 1987 by the Trousdale Estates Homeowners Association and the city of Beverly Hills in order to maintain architectural integrity and to preserve the best views in the county.
The last few years has seen an influx of the original older homes being torn down, giving way to a slew of architectural glass and steel jewel boxes populating this exclusive hillside community. Residents enjoy close proximity to world class shopping and dining in nearby downtown Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, while simultaneously being cocooned from the noise and constant activity of the busy city.
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