The area made up of Bel Air, Holmby Hills and Beverly Hills is known as “The Golden Triangle”. Established in mid-1920, zoning was implemented to guarantee large lot size, with electric and telephone poles buried beneath the wide, tree-lined streets to help preserve the landscape. To this day, this area remains free from overdevelopment thanks to city and community desire to maintain prestigious and grandiose estates. Bel Air and Holmby Hills are secluded and well-maintained. There are only three roads with access to Bel Air: Benedict Canyon Drive, Beverly Glen Road and Bellagio-Roscomare Drive, so traffic is minimal – a rarity in Los Angeles! And homes found in both Bel Air and Holmby Hills have a lush, spacious feeling not found in other locations around Los Angeles.