Beverly Grove is an upscale neighborhood which borders the independent cities of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills. The latter part of its name, Grove, refers to the orchards that once thrived this area.  The neighborhood began sprouting up with tidy rows of little Spanish Revival homes the 1920s and the original Los Angeles Farmer’s Market on Fairfax and Third Street opened in 1934 selling local produce from area farmers. 

This community is home to some of the most prominent shopping destinations in Los Angeles - Melrose Avenue, the Beverly Center and the Farmer's Market at the Grove. The CBS Studios is situated just north of the Grove.  Beverly Grove is also home to some of the most exquisite collections of artwork at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the nearby La Brea Tar Pits.  Also down the street is the Peterson Automotive Museum home to a collection of automotive exhibits.

Beverly Grove is bordered on the west by Beverly Hills and Beverlywood, on the north by West Hollywood, on the east by Fairfax and Mid-Wilshire, and on the south by Carthay.  Homes in Beverly Grove area range between $2-6 million.