Beverly Hills

Home to the infamous Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills lives up to all the hype. Originally a Spanish style ranch, Beverly Hills has grown into a world-renowned destination and is home to the rich and famous.  Cradled between Los Angles and West Hollywood, Beverly Hills has acclaimed dinning, shopping, parks and real estate opportunities.

The Beverly Hills luxury real estate market offers a variety of home designs from minimalist ultra modern, to California -Spanish classic, to Tuscan and Mediterranean Mansions, Beverly Hills offers a wide range of options. If you want to rub elbow with the glamorous, the rich and the famous, this is the place for you.

Pacific Palisades

Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains, Pacific Palisades offers majestic panoramic views of downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean alike. This primarily residential neighborhood is home to A-list celebrities and longtime residents who enjoy the easy access to hiking, parks and beautiful beaches.  This picturesque neighborhood offers safety and seclusion while still allowing easy access to all the best amenities of Los Angeles.

Pacific Palisades offers a mixture of large private estates, small houses and condominiums.  There are remnants of original grandeur style housing from the early 20th century as well as designs ranging from Hampton style to Spanish villas to modern designs.

Palms & Mar Vista

Palms and Mar Vista are adjoined neighborhoods located between Culver City, Santa Monica and Venice. Palms is the oldest neighborhood annexed by the city of Los Angeles, and was named for the number of large palms that flourished in the area. Palms and Mar Vista neighborhoods are highly diverse and densely populated and are growing in popularity among millennials.

Palms and Mar Vista are primarily residential neighborhoods, with a large number of apartment buildings and single-family residential homes. The Westside Village is an upper-scale area of the neighborhood and has the highest density of owner-occupied single-family pre-war style homes, add-ons and renovated two story dwelling and town homes.

Santa Monica

Santa Monica, which was originally developed as a seaside retreat, has grown into a world-renowned Southern California destination. Since it’s inception, Santa Monica has grown into a prosperous beach city due to its accessibility, agreeable climate and it’s progressive community. Located south of the Pacific Palisades, southeast of Brentwood, north of Venice and with easy freeway access, Santa Monica remains a popular destination. It is a perfect home-based for those commuting to downtown LA, part of the burgeoning tech industry in Silicon Beach or simply attracted to the laid back progressive lifestyle of this coastal hub.

Santa Monica is home to a variety of different real estate options including beach bungalows, ranch style homes, stunning Spanish abodes, and modern mansions. Santa Monica attracts not only the progressive and affluent but lifelong surfers and young professionals alike contributing to its eclectic demographic.

West Los Angeles

This unpretentious neighborhood bordering the beachfront city of Santa Monica and the arterial 405 Freeway attracts an eclectic demographic. Home to “Little Osaka”, indie theaters, vintage diners, and amazing and varied culinary experiences you will not tire of the inviting atmosphere. Due to its proximity to the 405, Westwood, Century City, Silicon Beach and Santa Monica, West Los Angeles has opportunities for everyone.

Once home to primarily single-family craftsman style residences, West Los Angeles has undergone a wave of building which has infused the area with new and exciting real estate options. The urban environment is now complete with large developments, in-fill housing and mid-rise condominiums.

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