Living in one of the Westwood luxury homes gives you the opportunity to truly experience the kind of lifestyle that Westwood offers. From the careful attention to details, to unique architectural designs, to elegant finishings, Westwood luxury homes are a work of art in themselves.
Strategically located next to Century City and Beverly Hills, Westwood has quite the central location. Close to work, fun, and cultural venues, residents of Westwood can indulge in whichever activity they choose.
Entertainment, culture, and the arts are close at hand. With a strong movie-culture, Westwood hosts many of the movie premiers in Los Angeles’ Westside. Film buffs will be delighted to watch flicks in vintage theaters like the Mann Bruin, Art Deco Crest, and Mann Village Theater.
For those who are more into museums and landmarks, Westwood doesn’t disappoint. The Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery is a good place to visit if you’re interested to see the final resting place of some of Hollywood’s greats. When it comes to artistic pieces, the Hammer Museum in Westwood Village can keep you busy for hours. Named for philanthropist Armand Hammer, the museum has a vast collection of Modern and Impressionist art. The museum, which is managed by UCLA, is also home to the Billy Wilder Theater.
After exploring all the things to do in the neighborhood, indulge in some culinary treats. Excellent cuisine with meals from all over the globe is just around the corner.
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