west of Mandeville Canyon Rd. and east of Pacific Palisades.
Sullivan Canyon was the creation of May in 1946, shortly after World War II and subdivided several parcels off of Old Ranch Road. What became known as Sullivan Canyon Ranches. Homes in Sullivan Canyon were a “high-style” version of the postwar Ranch house. Characteristics of these homes included being single story with wings, a medium to low-pitched roof, large picture windows, deeply inset entrances and bays, wide chimneys, and exposed structural beams.
Sullivan Canyon is Brentwood’s most picturesque neighborhood, with large sycamores and oaks towering over an impressive collection of classic California-ranch style homes. Sullivan Canyon is one of the only areas on the Westside that is zoned for equestrian use.
Students in Sullivan Canyon (Brentwood) attend schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District.