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Three Remarkable Brentwood Listings

Brentwood is a quiet, upscale neighborhood on the Westside. 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 Italian eateries and warm cafes, plus the historic Brentwood County Mart, a family-friendly retail hub. Real estate in this area is more elusive than ever. Our team has three striking listings currently available in this neighborhood.



8 BD | 10 BA | 9,526 SF | 15,018 SF LOT

Asking price $12,449,000

Built around the art of entertaining stands this magnificent trophy estate set on the most coveted, secure, and exclusive streets in Brentwood. This luxury estate has been meticulously maintained and features some of the finest designer touches.



178 N Carmelina Ave, Los Angeles, CA, 90049


5 BD | 7 BA 4,690 SF | 15,018 SF LOT

Asking price $9,449,000

Sensational opportunity to own a Marc Appleton-designed true Spanish home in the heart of Brentwood. The residence is private and gated on one of Brentwood's most desirable streets. 


701 Rochedale Way, Los Angeles, CA, 90049


5 BD | 8 BA | 7,040 SF | 11,587 SF LOT

Asking Price $8,395,000

Perched at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac stands this custom modern trophy estate. Stunning views of DTLA, the coastline, and Crestwood Hills from every angle, as if you are floating on air. 

Bjorn Farrugia
Bjorn Farrugia
Bjorn Farrugia is a recognized real estate specialist and one of the top performing agents at Hilton & Hyland.

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