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The latest real estate news and insights from Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, and Beyond.

Sunset Boulevard

One of the most evocative roads in America, Sunset Boulevard winds across just over 20 miles of western Los Angeles County, from Figueroa St to the Pacific Coast Highway in Pacific Palisades.  It passes through Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, and Bel Air. The Boulevard has been the backdrop of many artistic works; perhaps most famously immortalized in the 1950 classic film noir work, Sunset Boulevard, starring William Holden and Gloria Swanson.

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Quartz vs Granite Countertops

The kitchen has long been considered to be the heart of the home.  Whether you are entertaining in numbers or hosting an intimate gathering of family and friends, people naturally converge in the kitchen.   Of course you want it be a beautiful showcase, containing only the finest materials.  In countertops, for example, is granite or quartz better?

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Homes with Stunning Views

Of all the plentiful benefits of owning luxury real estate in Beverly Hills and surrounding areas, none is more memorable than the stunning views.  Some properties offer legendary views of shimmering city lights.  Others open toward the natural beauty of the canyons or toward ocean and coastline scenes.  Some locations offer a combination of landscape vistas.

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Carrera Marble

Carrera marble is one of the most sought after luxury building materials in the world.  Quarried in the Tuscany region in Italy, its lovely white or blue-gray color is highly coveted in part because of its clean aesthetic.  Exquisite homes have Carrera marble features such as fireplaces, counter tops or tiles.   In fact, many Beverly Hills estates offer these exclusive and superb details.

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The History of Bel Air

Bel Air homes are steeped in a rich 20th century tradition unique to California.  Located west of Los Angeles, Bel Air boarders UCLA and includes part of the breathtaking Santa Monica Mountains foothills.  The community was founded by, and is named for, Alphonzo E. Bell, Sr. Bell made his fortune when oil was discovered on his Santa Fe Springs farm.

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East Coast Charm in Beverly Hills

Do you love all that Beverly Hills estates offer but long for the classic style of East Coast architecture? With this luxurious home, located at 1178 Loma Linda Drive, you don’t have to choose between East Coast charm and the benefits of living in Beverly Hills. This six bedroom, six and a half bathroom estate is located just above Beverly Hills on a quiet cul-de-sac street.

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A Smart and Beautiful Home

When living in a luxury home, security and peace of mind are paramount. A home interconnected with a smart system can deliver what you need. A state-of-the-art Creston smart home system is included in one of the upscale Beverly Hills properties, located at 617 Camden Drive in Beverly Hills Flats. In this home, a smart system controls the operations of the entire house.

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A Brief History of Beverly Hills

When you purchase real estate in Beverly Hills, you become part of a community whose rich history stretches back to the turn of the 20th century. From its beginnings, Beverly Hills was destined to be a luxurious oasis. Influenced by Frederick Law Olmstead, landscape architect Wilbur D. Cook laid out the city with graceful, wide, curving streets that continue to help define the city today. 

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Old World Elegance Meets Modern Comfort

Many of the most luxurious properties in Beverly Hills and Bel Air combine old world elegance with modern accoutrements. In these elite communities, you don't have to choose between the classic beauty of European architecture and the convenience of modern systems and appliances. Luxury homes in L.A.'s Platinum Triangle marry the old with the new, allowing you to enjoy the best of both worlds.

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