Home to movie star residents and their expansive homes.
The coastal city of Santa Monica is a living postcard.
Sherman Oaks is much like its San Fernando Valley neighbor.
Brentwood channels an urban sensibility. It is a beautiful and affluent neighborhood.
A hub of mid-century architecture, and its many post-WWII buildings.
One of the most vibrant and exciting parts of Los Angeles.
Bel Air has become a symbol of the Los Angeles elite.
One of the movie studio’s backlots until it was repurposed for real estate in 1956.
Boasting impressive architecture and verdant green spaces.
Venice maintains an edgy coolness that has long attracted the city’s free spirits.
A polished, coastal, quiet residential area with large private homes.
Hollywood and the Sunset Strip became the hub of the movie industry in the 1910s.