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9828 Easton Drive, Beverly Hills CA (SOLD)

9828 Easton Drive, Beverly Hills CA (SOLD)

      SOLD! List Price $1,695,000  2 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms Designer’s Own Sanctuary located in Serene Canyon Setting with Pool – Recently remodeled with great Style and Taste. Fantastic Open Living Room with vaulted ceilings, “Fire on Ice” Fireplace, 8-inch unfinished white oak floors, skylights providing ample light and French Doors opening directly onto […]

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9031 Dorrington Ave (SOLD!)

9031 Dorrington Ave (SOLD!)

      SOLD! Record Breaking Sale in West Hollywood West! List Price: $3,575,000 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms East Hampton Estate in West Hollywood West! What it is: A stunning 2 bedroom home in fashion & romance of the 20’s on a fifth of an acre. This jewel overlooks saltwater pool & cabana, ALL surrounded […]

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9276 Flicker Place (SOLD)

9276 Flicker Place (SOLD)

  SOLD! List Price { $3,350,000 } 2 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms Chic Contemporary home located on quiet cul de sac street in Prestigious Lower Doheny/Bird Streets! Located up a private gated driveway offering a Hip Los Angeles Lifestyle!  Entry leads to a dramatic open space of living room, dining area and kitchen with walls of […]

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428 N. Edinburgh Ave Los Angeles, CA 90048 (JUST SOLD!)

428 N. Edinburgh Ave Los Angeles, CA 90048 (JUST SOLD!)

      SOLD! List Price { $1,595,000} 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms Updated Charming Spanish in Prime Beverly Grove Location! Courtyard entry leads to Living Room with barrel ceiling, fireplace and arched window overlooking lush yard. Formal dining room with views of the patio leads to Gourmet Kitchen with black granite counters, stainless steel top […]

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8937 Dorrington Ave (SOLD!)

8937 Dorrington Ave (SOLD!)

      SOLD! List Price: $2,295,000 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms Romantic two story Spanish home with loads of character and charm! Located on most sought after street in the prime neighborhood of West Hollywood West and only one block to Beverly Hills! Formal entry leads to spacious Living room with dramatic arches leading to […]

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Brentwood and Pacific Palisades

Brentwood and Pacific Palisades

These two neighboring communities are, today, home to many affluent and well know Los Angeles personalities.  But, they each had their starts in very different ways. Brentwood grew up around the National Home for Disabled Soldiers and Sailors established in the 1880’s, while Pacific Palisades was first a home Thomas Ince’s studio Inceville then later […]

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Hancock Park-Windsor Sq-Larchmont Village

Hancock Park-Windsor Sq-Larchmont Village

G. Allan Hancock was the developer-philanthropist who gave his name to the area of town he developed – Hancock Park.  He grew up in a home at the La Brea Tar Pits, and inherited 440 acres from his father, Major Henry Hancock.  71 oil wells were operating at capacity from 1905 until 1910.  In 1919 […]

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Hollywoodland and Beachwood Canyon

Hollywoodland and Beachwood Canyon

In 1923 the first steam shovels moved along the slope of the 500-acre Sherman & Clark Ranch atop Beachwood Drive.  The development was to be known as “Hollywoodland” and was announced in the LA Times as “one of the most attractive residential sections of the City of Los Angeles”. The grand vision for Hollywoodland was […]

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Malibu

Malibu

One thing for certain about Malibu, this is not your standard cookie-cutter residential community. Malibu is a small cobblestone of intriguing residential structures, that are as creative and inspiring as the individuals that build them. Originally developed (begrudgingly) from the estate of Frederick Hastings Rindge and widow Rhoda May Rindge, they fought many different legal […]

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Miracle Mile

Miracle Mile

In the early 1920’s, Wilshire Blvd was an unpaved stretch of dirt road until developer A.W. Ross saw potential for the area. His desire to create a shopping district to rival downtown LA was focused on developing a neighborhood dedicated to automobile traffic, rather than pedestrian traffic.  He ordered all engineering and signage along the […]

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