Bel Air is home to lovers of the arts. Residents of this wealthy neighborhood are notorious for their refined tastes and cultural inclinations. They work hard during the week and enjoy spending their weekends entertaining, going out to the opera, the theater, or spending the day perusing boutiques and museums. People in Bel Air are highly educated and hold executive and managerial positions that allow them to afford this highly exclusive lifestyle and these beautiful residences. They are community centered and driven, enjoy vacationing overseas and have a taste for good wine and refined foods.
Bel Air properties are mostly large, spacious homes mainly built between 1940 and 1969. These older houses lend the area a nostalgic charm and because they are extremely well maintained serve to maintain property value in Bel Air. The average price for a home in this neighborhood is $640,627, and the average monthly rental price is $2,110. Bel Air has a very low vacancy rate and most properties are owned rather than rented. The community also has access to a lovely park and a half-basketball court, making it a very nice area to raise a family.
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