One of Los Angeles’ most affluent neighborhoods, the Pacific Palisades is surrounded by Brentwood, Malibu, Topanga, Santa Monica, the Pacific Ocean, and the Santa Monica Mountains (also known as paradise). The walkable Village offers traditional French pastries at Maison Giraud, fashion-forward threads at Elyse Walker (Rick Owens by the beach, who knew?), and a thriving farmers’ market. The primarily residential neighborhood is home to the world-class Riviera Country Club, lush Rustic Canyon and Will Rogers State Historic Park, and oceanfront Getty Villa. Explore large parklands and plenty of hiking trails and you’ll see why the area is home to countless celebrities, executives, and entrepreneurs. The Palisades’ Eames House, also known as Case Study House No. 8, is a landmark of Mid-Century Modern design and is now operated by the Eames Foundation.
Spring is in the air and warmer weather is surely on its way to sunny SoCal. We have plenty of hot listings with remarkably cool outdoor entertainment areas – and all available to tour virtually, of course! Picture yourself sipping lemonade poolside at a Pasadena Colonial Revival estate. Then take in the lush landscaping at... Keep reading →
Whether it be a room with home office potential, a converted garage flex space, an inviting outdoor oasis or simply a cozy nook tucked away somewhere, buyers are looking for homes with that little bit of extra oomph to ensure functionality and comfort during these trying times. Virtually tour a home with all that and... Keep reading →
You won’t want to miss this week’s virtual tour of a stunning architectural home in desirable Los Feliz. Take in the expansive views of the city and the lush tranquil gardens below. And don’t forget there’s even more to explore in the SGV with a Mid-Century traditional home, a contemporary Craftsman-style and a historic Old... Keep reading →
By Philip Ferrato Where: 2000 Westridge Road, Brentwood When: Sunday, June 19 from 2:00pm–5:00 Asking: $3,495,000 What: A 4-bed, 4-bath Post+Beam designed by architect/developer Matt Kivlin, cantilevered over a canyon with views over Brentwood to Downtown. After experiencing the joys of surfing on a visit to Hawaii in 1940, Kivlin (1929-2014) would become renowned for engineering and developing the... Keep reading →
At Randy Young’s new photo exhibition viewers are transported back to the early days of both the Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica Canyon. The photographs, which are currently on display at Santa Monica Canyon’s Gallery 169, highlight the early landscape and development of the neighborhoods so dear to Young’s heart. Young was born and raised... Keep reading →