Bel Air residences are typically private and hidden from the winding roads of the community, as most houses are not visible from the street due to dense foliage and/or gates. Homes along roads such as Stradella Road and Linda Flora Drive have panoramic views of the Los Angeles Basin as well as Catalina Island. The most desirable houses are right off the main entrances of Bel Air and the country club entrance because these houses have both the views of the Bel Air Country Club and the rest of Los Angeles. Together with Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills, Bel Air forms the Platinum Triangle of Los Angeles neighborhoods. Multi-family housing is not permitted and ordinances regarding architectural styles and lot sizes help to preserve the area.
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