Welcome to Trousdale Estates in Beverly Hills
Trousdale Estates was a subdivision at Beverly Hills highest point which was touted by mega developer, Paul Trousdale, as the “last frontier in Beverly Hills.” Construction began rather late in 1954 and continued through the 1960s and 70s.
Unlike Beverly Crest and the Beverly Hills Flats, the later construction period allowed builders to take advantage of the new innovations in hillside development, while also building large mid-century modern masterpieces. To this day, homes in Trousdale can only be single-story in height, which preserves the mid-century atmosphere and views.
The neighborhood is nestled between Beverly Crest and more specifically Coldwater Canyon to the west and the Bird Streets and Laurel Canyon of Hollywood Hills West to the east. It extends north of Sunset Boulevard all the way up to Mulholland Drive.
Prices vary widely in Trousdale Estates. Most homes are under $20 Million, but a select few can go much over just depending on flat land size and views. For example, a lot with approved plans sold for a record $30 Million in mid-2019, so clearly sky’s the limit with an ultra-luxe neighborhood like Trousdale.
Top-Rated Schools in and around Trousdale Estates
Although Trousdale is very much in the hills, unlike its ultra-luxury counterpart, Beverly Park, the neighborhood belongs to Beverly Hills proper. Therefore, residents with children can take advantage of Beverly Hills schools and other public services while still being high up in “the Hills.”
Harvard Westlake Upper School | 3700 Coldwater Canyon Ave, Studio City 91604
Good Shepherd | 148 S Linden Dr, Beverly Hills 90212
Loyola & Marymount High | 10643 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles 90077
Curtis School | 15871 Mulholland Dr, Los Angeles 90049