Bel Air

The affluent neighborhood of Bel Air lies just north of UCLA across Sunset Boulevard. It forms one third of Los Angeles’s “Platinum Triangle” along with Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills, its near neighbors. At the heart of the community lie the luxe Bel-Air Country Club and the exquisite Hotel Bel-Air. With the exception of a few condominium buildings, Bel Air’s residences range from ranch-style houses to expansive mansions. It is also the site of four private and two public pre-collegiate schools, plus the American Jewish University. Founded in 1923 by oil magnate Alphonzo Edward Bell Sr., Bel Air has a distinct aura of old money.


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