• belair
    Bel Air
    Bel Air is a small, affluent residential community in the hills of the Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California. Together with Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills it forms the Platinum Triangle of Los Angeles neighborhoods.
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    • Properties Available 22
    • Average Property Value $15,373,273
    • Highest Value Property $85,000,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • beverly
    Beverly Hills
    Beverly Hills presents ample opportunity for visitors to take part in the town’s many events and happenings. Stroll through the enticing Farmers' Market, soak up the sounds of Concerts in the Parks or explore the splendor of the 55-room Greystone Park & Mansion.
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    • Properties Available 37
    • Average Property Value $16,148,351
    • Highest Value Property $98,000,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • brentwood
    Brentwood
    Brentwood strikes the perfect balance between small town charm and world class convenience. A sense of community is emphasized in this area of Los Angeles, tucked away between the ocean and mountains. Sea breezes keep the area cooler than more inland neighborhoods and residents enjoy an abundance of tree-lined streets, green spaces and exemplary schools.
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    • Properties Available 11
    • Average Property Value $10,259,545
    • Highest Value Property $29,000,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • holmby
    Holmby Hills
    Holmby Hills is a neighborhood in the district of Westwood in western Los Angeles. It is bordered by the city of Beverly Hills on the east, Wilshire Boulevard on the south, Westwood on the west, and Bel Air on the north.
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    • Properties Available 3
    • Average Property Value $12,830,000
    • Highest Value Property $27,995,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • losangeles
    Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, officially the City of Los Angeles, often known by its initials L.A., is the most populous city in the U.S. state of California and the second-most in the United States.
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    • Properties Available 10
    • Average Property Value $4,355,000
    • Highest Value Property $10,880,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • malibu
    Malibu
    Malibu is an affluent beach community in northwestern Los Angeles County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 12,645. Malibu consists of a 21-mile strip of prime Pacific coastline.
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    • Properties Available 1
    • Average Property Value $17,000,000
    • Highest Value Property $17,000,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • montecito
    Montecito
    Montecito is an affluent unincorporated census-designated place in Santa Barbara County, California. It boasts some of the most spectacular and expensive real estate in the United States, particularly above East Valley Road for its perfect micro-climate.
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    • Properties Available 1
    • Average Property Value $0
    • Highest Value Property $0
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • palisades
    Pacific Palisades
    Pacific Palisades is a coastal, residential community boasting panoramic vistas of the shoreline and six major canyons that wind their way from the Santa Monica Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.
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    • Properties Available 2
    • Average Property Value $11,795,000
    • Highest Value Property $16,995,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17
  • sunset-strip
    Sunset Strip
    The Sunset Strip area is located in the city of West Hollywood in Los Angeles and covers a mile and a half stretch of the famed Sunset Boulevard. It extends from West Hollywood’s eastern border with Hollywood at Crescent Heights Boulevard, to its western border with Beverly Hills at Doheny Drive.
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    • Properties Available 4
    • Average Property Value $8,331,250
    • Highest Value Property $14,900,000
    • Most Recent Posting 03/24/17