Welcome to Trousdale
Extravagant, star-studded Beverly Hills neighborhood with incredible views.
What do Elvis, Frank Sinatra, Richard Nixon, Dean Martin, Howard Hughes, and Jennifer Aniston all have in common? They were all once residents of the Trousdale Estates neighborhood in Beverly Hills. Hollywood’s elite has lived in this community for years — and for obvious reasons. It provides the utmost privacy for residents, delivers awe-inspiring views, and is located close to the area’s favorite shopping and dining establishments.
Some of the most extravagant mid-century and modern homes in the city are located in Trousdale. Nearly all residential properties come equipped with incredible views of the Southern California landscape. Only single-story homes can be found in Trousdale, which creates a unique feel in the area. Because this neighborhood is such an in-demand locale, homes fetch a premium price.
What to Love
- Lavish and luxurious Beverly Hills neighborhood
- Gorgeous mid-century and modern homes
- Gated homes provide top-tier privacy
- Minutes from the best the Beverly Hills has to offer
Situated directly west of the illustrious Bird Streets neighborhood, Trousdale is another incredibly sought-after community — especially among celebrities. The area is a mere five-minute drive to the Beverly Hills Hotel and seven minutes to the upscale shops and restaurants of Beverly Hills. Trousdale is a fully residential neighborhood, which further enhances its sense of privacy and tranquility. Overall, life here is serene, luxurious, and highly desirable.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
Venturing into Beverly Hills for some much-needed retail therapy or for a fabulous meal? Outstanding choices await you. Several minutes from home, you can enjoy the many establishments located along Beverly Drive, Santa Monica Boulevard, Canon Drive, and other major roads.
Craving an unforgettable dining experience? Beverly Hills is known for its world-renowned restaurants. Try the menu offerings at Wally’s Beverly Hills, Il Pastaio, Via Alloro, e. Baldi, Avra, The Farm of Beverly Hills, Le Pain Quotidien, The Nosh, and fine-dining favorite Mastro’s Steakhouse. Looking for a refreshing (and caffeinated) beverage to enjoy while you’re out shopping? Blue Bottle Coffee, Aharon Coffee & Roasting Co., and Mondo Coffee Beverly Hills are top places to go for a cup of joe prepared just how you like it.
Above and beyond everything else, Beverly Hills is arguably most well-known for its abundance of retailers and boutiques. One of the most famous shopping streets in the entire world, Rodeo Drive, is located in this city. Whether you prefer to window shop or treat yourself, you can peruse the latest items at Loro Piana, Hermès, Tory Burch, Prada, Gucci, and Saint Laurent.
Things to Do
Residents of Trousdale can head to either West Hollywood or Beverly Hills on their days off to experience some of the best the city of L.A. has to offer.
Experience simple pleasures by stopping at the West Hollywood Library, the West Hollywood Park, the local farmers market, or Plummer Park. Touring the area’s prominent attractions, landmarks, and photo ops? Make plans to visit the Pacific Design Center, Beverly Center, The Beverly Hills Hotel, the Pink Wall, the Beverly Hills Sign, and the Sunset Strip.
Golf enthusiasts will be thrilled to hear that those who live in Trousdale Estates are just minutes from the acclaimed Los Angeles Country Club.