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Beverly Hills Reviews
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If you are looking into homes in the Beverly Hills area, I advise you to look else where. There is a convince that everything is a walk away or a small drive and it's nice how they garden the each street with a different type of tree, but thats were it ends. The neighbors aren't really friendly and there is a lot of noise at night due to fast cars driving in the dangerously If you are a growing family looking for a good public school for your children the district will not benefit your child's education. In the past I would recommend the elementary/middle but not anymore with the reconstruction in place. It gets in the way of education since all the money is going to build the schools. There isn't any money left to buy new textbooks, sport equipment, and supplies for the arts. Last but not least its very expensive to live in beverly hills not only the homes but restaurants and shops. Honestly don't waste your money and time here
I have been a resident in Beverly Hills for my entire 22 years of living. While I have been mostly dependent on my parents, I can not speak to the financial pressures accurately, but what I can deliver is some insight into why I never plan on leaving. As a young Jewish girl, it has been very easy to find a belonging within such a large community. What I have found, as someone who attended public school as well as Jewish school in my lifetime, is that for every group or any person under any category of which they would place themselves, there is a community them. A misconception of Beverly Hills that I could like to eliminate is the idea that everyone selfish and self centered. I am surrounded by some of the most generous people I've ever met. It is a beautiful city in which people come to succeed. Perhaps that is where the misconception comes from. People identify success with selfishness rather than with hard work. That is what Beverly Hills instills in you, drive and hard work.
Beverly Hills is more than just movie stars and fancy cars. I have been a resident of Beverly Hills for the past four years and I couldn't think of a more friendly and beautiful city to explore and live in. The local Farmers Market is a great place to visit by yourself or can make it a family event, the smell of fresh strawberries and blueberries fill the air, as everyone line up to get a tasty homemade baked good treat. The atmosphere is almost like a neighborhood block party with great music, friendly faces and so many booths to try new things made and grown here in California. And after visiting the farmers market, the Beverly Hills park is a great place to relax and just enjoy the view of beautiful trees, its also the perfect backdrop to take family photos. The best thing about Beverly Hills is that everything is so accessible, whether you're looking to do a little shopping or take an evening stroll through the park, everything is within walking distance.