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Why Did Justin Bieber Buy in Beverly Park? A Huge Discount Didn’t Hurt!

Why Did Justin Bieber Buy in Beverly Park? A Huge Discount Didn’t Hurt!

The perks of Beverly Park

The upscale community of Beverly Park is considered one of the “most exclusive, expensive places in Los Angeles,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

It’s primarily known for its celebrity inhabitants and big houses, with each property boasting “a minimum of 2 aces with the most beautiful grounds,” says listing agent Sally Forster Jones with Compass. “It provides a private, quiet community away from the city hustle, but is also just minutes from the best of Beverly Hills.”

It’s the neighborhood where a massive mansion and vineyard owned by Vanna White were recently sold for $19.3 million.

It’s also the location of the most expensive home in the country, currently listed for a jaw-dropping $160 million.

“North Beverly Park is one of the most prestigious enclaves in Los Angeles,” says Tomer Fridman of Compass. “Being behind gates, surrounded by discreet and high-end neighbors, and having the luxury of secluded, large-lot estates comes at a premier value.”

Bieber is just the latest celebrity to put down roots in the exclusive enclave, which has reportedly been home to folks such as Denzel Washington, Sylvester Stallone, and Sofia Vergara.

Located in the southern section of Beverly Park, Bieber’s home is close enough for the couple to borrow a cup of sugar from the likes of Samuel L. Jackson, Magic Johnson, and Prince Alex von Furstenberg, according to Variety.

“It draws celebrities and high-profile individuals because of the maximum privacy. The community is guard-gated, with most personal residences providing additional gates, and any guests must be invited and screened to enter,” says Jones.

Fridman also touts the location: “Being in close proximity to either studios and meetings in the San Fernando Valley or to a night out of city entertainment in Hollywood or Beverly Hills makes Beverly Park a highly sought-after location.”



Written by Claudine Zap

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