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Beverly Hills Flats

Beverly Hills

Part of the Golden Triangle and up against the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains on the north side, Beverly Hills is bordered by Westwood Village and Century City on the west, West Hollywood and Fairfax District on the east, and Los Angeles City and the 10 freeway on the South. Wilshire to Sunset includes not only the ultimate shopping mecca on Rodeo Drive but an area of large homes referred to as the Flats. The homes in the Flats are comprised of splendiferous mini-mansions. The blocks were designed by landscape architect William D. Cook, with large lots and wide curving streets lined with palm, eucalyptus and acacia trees and a three-block 80-foot-wide park running along Santa Monica Boulevard and parallel to the Los Angeles Country Club.