Single Family Homes
The ultimate Melrose Village modern oasis awaits you! Feel the vibe of a luxury resort from your breathtaking rooftop deck with an outdoor dining and lounge area that has panoramic views of the city and Hollywood sign. This entertainer's haven main floor boasts a living room with book-match marble detail, a lava-stone-adorned family room, an executive office, a superbly fashioned full bar, maids quarter and a gourmet Chef's kitchen with full suite Miele appliances.
Welcome home to your custom built, modern new construction home in the prestigious Amestoy Estates in Encino. Completed in January of 2019, this exquisite home is perched on a lot over 20,250 square feet, with a basketball court, oversized pool, pool cabana with full bathroom, outdoor seating area with a fireplace, herb garden and a full outdoor kitchen.
Steeped in a romantic & serene provenance, Vistas del Refugio, set atop 21 pristine acres, encompasses the style, sophistication & rustic flare of a hilltop outpost with the drama of sweeping mountain, island & coastline views. Replete with multiple dwellings, the main home features a California style open floor plan, as wood floors dance across a blended living & dining room w/vaulted ceilings & walls of glass framed by breathtaking vistas.
Real Estate Tips
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In this video, you will learn that when you are buying a house there are 4 things you absolutely do not want to compromise on. It's true when you're buying a house you often times have to make some compromises but it is important you don't compromise too much and that you don't compromise on these 4 things: school district, neighbors, budget, and commute.
When you finally find the home you want to purchase, you need to know how to make the best offer and how to make your offer the one that gets chosen. The fifth part of the series Buying a Home in Los Angeles.
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.