An Italian Renaissance Villa,
inspired by the Farnaese Palace near Rome
Las Tejas was purchased in 1917, and the villa designed and built shortly thereafter. After successive owners, the true potential of the estate was realized in the late 1980s when it was extensively restored, renovated, and its infrastructure modernized.
Joyce Rey respresented and sold this historic Montecito Landmark Estate twice - each time achieving the highest sale as of that date in Santa Barbara real estate.
The legendary estate of
Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks
Pickfair was home to a timeless romance, and was second only to the White House for hosting internationally renowned notables: Chaplin and Valentino, Gable and Keaton, Lillian Gish, Albert Einstein, the King and Queen of Siam, Lord and Lady Mountbattan, the Charles A. Lindberghs . . .
Joyce Rey exclusively represented the Estate in its first sale by the family
Built by the developer of Beverly Hills
as his personal residence
This extraordinary estate was built on land which is now directly behind the Beverly Hills Hotel.
It was sold by Joyce Rey in 2001 - as the highest sale in a decade in Beverly Hills.
The estate of famed film comedian
Called "the most impressive movie star's estate ever created," Greenacres occupied 16 acres above Benedict Canyon. Completed in 1927, the original estate included a 42-room mansion, outbuildings, golf course, canoe lake, and 12 themed gardens. After Lloyd's death in 1971, it was sold and subdivided. The mansion and remaining grounds were first bought and restored in 1979, and again in 1986.
Joyce Rey was the Exclusive Agent for the 1986 sale
Built in 1936, this Italian style mansion has a guest cottage where Marilyn Monroe was an occasional guest in the early 1950s. The estate was later the home of Tony Curtis, and then Sonny and Cher.
Sold twice by Joyce Rey. The second sale was double the highest price ever paid for a residence in California.
Grey stone Tudor mansion built in 1954, with gardens famed for their holiday decor.
One of the estates on the north side of Sunset Bouelvard, between Hillcrest Drive and the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Joyce Rey twice represented and sold this estate.