Two of 90210’s most exclusive gated communities.
Beverly Park: Incredibly Prestigious Gated Communities
The hills overlooking Los Angeles contain many star-studded enclaves of opulent mansions, but no neighborhood is more prosperous and prestigious than the grand gated communities comprising Beverly Park. With its iconic 90210 zip code, this exclusive community is considered to be the heart of Beverly Hills.
Beverly Park is comprised of two gated communities known as North and South Beverly Park. North Beverly Park is the larger of the two, with 64 homes compared to the South’s 16. Both Beverly Park communities feature incredibly spacious properties and are home to an eclectic mix of the rich and famous.
These glamorous gated communities are situated within Los Angeles’ city limits. Beverly Park is situated on the east of Beverly Glen and is bordered by Mulholland Drive, Sunset Boulevard, Coldwater Canyon Drive, and Beverly Glen Boulevard.
Homes within Beverly Park are required to be at least 5,000 square feet in size. In practice, homes here average an incredible 20,000 square feet. These enormous properties include modern architectural masterpieces created by star architects such as William Hablinski and Richard Landry.
Residents of these extravagant properties include A-listers such as Mark Wahlberg, billionaire entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, and members of the Saudi royal family. These incredible homes frequently fetch in excess of $20 million.
Stunning Homes and Incredibly Spacious Lots
Along with the staggering size of their properties, residents of Beverly Park enjoy an opulent assortment of custom design features.
Mark Wahlberg’s stunning 34,000-square-foot château sits on a lot spanning 6 acres. Situated on Beverly Park Lane, this magnificent property contains a gym, a wine-tasting room, and a resort-size swimming pool.
A few streets away on Beverly Park Court, billionaire Steven Udvar-Hazy’s Villa Firenze contains a 28,700-square-foot mansion on a 10-acre-plus lot. The incredibly spacious grounds of Villa Firenze include grottoes, pavilions, and an orchard.
Hollywood superstars such as Sylvester Stallone and musical icons including Rod Stewart are long-term Beverly Park residents. Fashion designers Bruce Makowsky and Kathy Van Zeeland once rented their 30,000-square-foot Tuscan Mansion to Prince. Prince paid around $200,000 per month for the privilege of living in this stunning property with full-sized sand volleyball court on its grounds.
Billionaires abound in this much sought-after community. Platinum Equity’s Tom Gores resides within an incredible 21,000-square-foot Moorish manor on Beverly Park Lane, a few lots down from his brother Alec Gores’ similarly expansive compound.