Nestled between Santa Monica and Westwood, Brentwood has one of the lowest population densities in Los Angeles, with lush green pastures and coral trees along it’s main street, San Vicente Blvd. One of the neighborhood’s most distinct attractions is the Getty Museum, with amazing architecture by famed architect, Richard Meier, and botanical wonders, that delivers art from around the world. The Brentwood Country Mart is another local favorite and community focal point that evokes the early American and English county marketplaces with shops and stalls arranged around a central courtyard. The Farmshop is a staple of the Brentwood Country Mart that serves artisanal quality food. Brentwood has its share of high profile residence but it’s a mix of UCLA student and faculty and industry professionals who enjoy a slightly slower pace.