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The Six Most Expensive Places to Live in Los Angeles

With housing prices climbing, it might seem like most of Los Angeles is the pricey part of town, but of course there are still a few little platinum enclaves that are the cream of the crop. To zero in on those bastions of wealth, we look to Forbes's annual list of the most expensive zip codes in the country. Their tally takes into consideration data for the median housing price in more than 29,500 zip codes "covering 95% of the U.S. population," and returns with six LA-area zip codes in just the top 40. The extremely deep-pocketed might want to focus their house-hunting in on the following:

#8: Hidden Hills/Calabasas (91302)
Median Price: $5,074,231
Average Days on Market: 148
Inventory: 31

#14: Beverly Hills (90210)
Median Price: $4,553,181
Average Days on Market: 128
Inventory: 178

#17: Santa Monica (90402)
Median Price: $4,228,951
Average Days on Market: 77
Inventory: 49

#25: Bel Air (90077)
Median Price: $4,004,563
Average Days on Market: 113
Inventory: 69

#29: Malibu (90265)
Median Price: $3,795,335
Average Days on Market: 180
Inventory: 257

#30: Rolling Hills (90274)
Median Price: $3,778,923
Average Days on Market: 191
Inventory: 18
· Full List: America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes 2015 [Forbes]