Mount Olympus is luxury residential neighborhood in the storied Hollywood Hills with views that extend across Hollywood, San Fernando Valley, the rest of Los Angeles, and on a clear day, breathtaking views of the ocean. It is a vast 300-acre area developed by Russ Vincent in 1969. The land sits just east of Laurel Canyon, north of Hollywood Blvd, and just west of Nichols Canyon Road. The Grecian Mythological motif of Mount Olympus is exemplified by the streets being named after the twelve Greek Gods such as Hercules, Venus, Apollo, and Zues. The neighborhood has a median range of about 3 to 5 million dollars; however, some homes have listed for over 20 million.