Brentwood is a quiet, upscale neighborhood on the Westside. tree-lined streets with well-tended homes in a range of architectural styles stretch up into the hills. The main artery, San Vincente Boulevard, features classy Italian eateries and warm cafes, plus the historic Brentwood County Mart, a family-friendly retail hub. The striking Getty Center museum boasts a world-class art collection and expansive city views.
Brentwood features a number of residential sub-districts:
Brentwood Circle: A gated community east of Barrington and north of Sunset that was created when the Getty Museum was built.
Bundy Canyon: home to Mount St. Mary’s College and an emergency ingress entrance to Getty Center (though the latter is accessible only from Sepulveda for the public)
Crestwood Hills: includes a cluster of protected, architecturally significant mid-century modern residences located in the northern part of Kenter Canyon
Mandeville Canyon: westernmost part of Brentwood, north of Sunset; extends about three miles to the north and is the longest dead end street in the City of Los Angeles.
Sullivan Canyon: a mostly equestrian neighborhood with a private riding ring.The “Polo Fields”: situated between Paul Revere Middle School and the back side of Riviera Gold Club
Brentwood Park: large estates located in a zone bordered by Oakmont, San Vicente, Allenford and Cliffwood Drive.
Brentwood Terrace: Located between the Brentwood Country Mart and Brentwood Country Club
Kenter Canyon Elementary School
Brentwood Science Magnet Elementary School
Paul Revere Charter Middle School
University High School in West Los Angeles
Palisades Charter High School in the Pacific Palisades
Westland School (Elementary)
The Mirman School
Berkley Hall School (Elementary)
Milken Community High School
Brentwood School (K-12)
Archer School for Girls
Saint Martin of Tours School (Elementary)