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Communities

Westwood / Century City

A bustling metropolitan community of approximately 48,000 residents, Westwood encompasses the ultra-affluent Holmby Hills (the most affluent neighborhood in the U.S., with a mean household income of nearly $600,000 annually) and is surrounded b...

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Venice

Ah, Venice! Today known for its hip restaurant scene & the budding boutique & art gallery street Abbot Kinney. Then there is the beach. The Venice Boardwalk, that 2.5 mile promenade that features a myriad of colorful performers, mystics...

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Santa Monica

One of the most coveted places to live in all of Southern California, Santa Monica stands out for its seaside location, its hip, sophisticated downtown core just steps from the beach, its thriving social and cultural scenes and access to a weal...

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Pacific Palisades

Nestled in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains and with Santa Monica Bay at its feet, “The Palisades”, as it is known locally, is an upscale community of approximately 25,000 residents neighboring Brentwood and Malibu in addition to...

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Malibu

Surfers, sophisticates and celebrities – sometimes one and the same – populate the Malibu homes and estates along this twenty-some mile stretch of spectacular Southern California coast, paralleled by an equally famous ribbon of road, Pacifi...

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Cheviot Hills

With a population of around 7,000, a median household income of approximately $112,000, and a wealth of community pride and spirit, Cheviot Hills might be one of the most coveted neighborhoods in the entire Los Angeles area. Located just south ...

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Brentwood

Having maintained both its elegance & its popularity since the earliest Mexican land grant days in the 1880’s, Brentwood is one of “the three B’s”, along with the equally affluent nearby neighborhoods of Bel Air & Beverly Hills....

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Beverly Hills

The most, the most the most...glamour, beautiful people, gorgeous cars, spectacular homes, expensive shopping, fabulous food, over-the-top hotels – Beverly Hills just stays on everyone’s radar screen. This tiny enclave of barely six squ...

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Beverlywood

Just south of Beverly Hills and nestled against Cheviot Hills on its west, Beverlywood is a pleasant neighborhood with a little over 6,000 residents and mostly single-family properties. Most of the homes here were constructed between the 1920...

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Bel Air

Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills form the “Platinum Triangle” of the most expensive residential real estate in Los Angeles. It’s fitting, perhaps, that living in Bel Air affords one easy access to the exclusive Bel Air Country Club...

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