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Old 03-14-2015, 12:52 PM
Location: Anaheim
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Originally Posted by MItoBH View Post
In considering my eventual move to California in the coming year or two, I have been researching condos in the Beverly Hills area, basically just to get a sense of what's available.

Is there a tremendous difference between the three zip codes of Beverly Hills? I just learned that the area referred to as Beverly Hills Post Office shares the 90210 zip code, but is technically still in Los Angeles -not Beverly Hills, and hence, will not be serviced by BH police/fire depts. But the property values are just as high as the real 90210.

So for a newcomer to the area, if they were to move to BH, how should one go about selecting which one? I know the 90210 is world wide famous, but the other two zips aren't so well known.
But 90210 isthe larger part of the city of Beverly Hills, though its large extension into the canyons is part of the city of Los Angeles. The 90211 and 90212 are much smaller in area.
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Old 03-14-2015, 01:46 PM
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Yes there are huge differences. The upper hills are pretty nice, and the places you can't get to are where there are alot of celebrity compounds are located. The lower areas aren't nearly as glamorous and are more business type places. There are even some spots I don't consider very nice and somewhat shady.
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