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West Hollywood Heights, is a very small community in the Hollywood Hills West. Located just north of the Sunset Strip close to some of the best entertainment and dining in the city. West Hollywood Heights has quite an interesting reputation as well. Legend has it, that the former site of 1230 Horn was a famous bordello during Prohibition. Continued...
West Hollywood West, is considered by many to be the best part of the city of West Hollywood. It contains the coveted Norma Triangle and is home to some of the finest high rise buildings in the city. This fantastic area offers a mix of luxury condos and single family homes. It also has the highest concentration of single family residences in West Hollywood. Continued...
The Neighborhood Of The Sunset Strip
Hollywood Hills West is a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles on the west side of the Hollywood Hills. The most accepted official boundaries are Beverly Hills on the west, north of Sunset Blvd to Appian Way and east to Laurel Canyon. This area offers pristine views of the canyons, city lights & the ocean. A variety of different communities provide many incredible living environments.
A neighborhood of expensive, multi-million dollar homes clinging to dramatically rising hills. Hollywood Hills West is home to such landmarks as the Chateau Marmont Hotel, built in the 1920s, and a famous Frank Lloyd Wright home on little Hollywood Blvd., once the residence of producer Joel Silver. Now The Hollywood Hills West boasts the largest concentration of celebrities residing in Los Angeles, which residents have included; Halle Berry, Christina Aguilera, Cameron Diaz, Paris Hilton, Rod Stewart, Leonardo DiCaprio, Megan Mullally, Keanu Reeves, Byron Allen, Seth MacFarlane, Seth Rogen, Ryan Phillippe, Buck Henry, Tara Charendoff-Strong, Al Pacino, Jeff Goldblum, Jewel, Brad Garrett, James Franco, John Frusciante, James Woods, Morrissey and Michael Bublé.
Residents enjoy seclusion and staggering views of Los Angeles. Homes typically range from $2–5 million for small multi-level houses, with some larger homes exceeding $10 million.