Single Family Homes
Pristine 1928 Beachwood Canyon Spanish Home with Superb Canyon and Treetop Views! Private Courtyard Entry transports you to a world of privacy and serenity! Emotional Living Room with high beam ceilings, stunning stained glass windows, fireplace, and French doors leading to a terrace overlooking the Hollywood Hills and Griffith Observatory! Remodeled kitchen with quartz counters…
Conceived, designed & built to enliven the senses & capture the essence of modern living, this architectural gem high in the hills of Studio City is impossible to forget. Once inside, dramatic expanses of hardwood floors mix with vaulted ceilings, & walls of glass leading a pool deck & epic views of the valley & mountains beyond.
Located moments from The Grove, this perfect pied a terre has been masterfully re-crafted, as hardwood floors & vaulted ceilings accentuate the beauty & functionality of its open floor plan. Once past the eco-friendly landscape….
Real Estate Tips
Pricing your home to sell can be tricky business. In this episode of All Things Real Estate, Brad discusses the benefits of hiring an independent appraiser and how it can help you, while working with your agent, to determine a price to sell your home at.
Wondering how long it's going to take you to close on a house or maybe even a condo?
What is an earnest money deposit? If I cancel out of escrow will I lose it? On this episode of All Things Real Estate, Brad answers these frequently asked questions.
Not an Ostrich: And Other Images from America’s Library is the result of celebrated American photography curator Anne Wilkes Tucker’s excavation of nearly 500 images—out of a collection of over 14 million—permanently housed at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present Irving Penn: Worlds in a Small Room, Seen & Unseen, a solo exhibition of works by renowned photographer Irving Penn. This exhibition will feature a powerful retrospective of Penn’s ethnographic studies, which illustrate the diversity of Irving Penn and his work. Following a long-established tradition of ethnographic photography, Penn abandoned the tradition’s passivity and instead applied his own unique approach. The photographs on view highlight Penn’s purposeful engagement with his subjects and his exacting attention to detail.