California is unique and special in so many ways – its surroundings, scenery and culture are just a few of the many things that attract people from all over the world. Millions come to visit California every year; many decide to stay and make it their home.
California is more than a place – it’s a way of life. Perhaps your dream fits right into our lifestyle.
Not only is California a beautiful place to live, but also is a powerhouse for many types of industry including finance, healthcare, entertainment, tourism, technology, shipping and business. California has a world-renowned college and university system.
We have fabulous restaurants of all types and shopping that range from couture to outlet malls. Of course, our weather is some of the best in the world. This diverse state has so much to offer!
As a local market expert, Cynthia can help you find the neighborhood that's perfect for you and help you make the most out of living there! Use the links on this page to start exploring the communities she knows best, and be sure to call for any additional information or to arrange a personal tour.
A favorite hideaway of stars (whose homes are generally out of sight behind security gates and heavy foliage), Bel Air is a purely residential neighborhood. Situated about 17 miles west of downtown Los Angeles, and including some of the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, Bel Air borders the north side of UCLA along Sunset Boulevard. At the heart of the community sits the Bel Air Country Club and the Hotel Bel-Air.
The Bel-Air Association, which has served the community since 1942, is dedicated to preserving the lifestyle and property values of this renowned residential community. Unlike Beverly Hills, Bel Air has no residential sidewalks in attempts to discourage the public from walking around the community. Bel Air is also patrolled by local security companies.
Bel Air is located in West Los Angeles. This area is a ten-minute drive from the renowned Santa Monica beaches and offers close proximity to a wealth of attractions including Topanga State Park, the Will Rogers State Historic Park, Bel-Air, Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive, the J. Paul Getty Museum, movie studios the University of California Los Angeles campus. You will find a mix of single-family homes in attractive neighborhoods as well as condominiums and townhomes. Major shopping malls, entertainment and cultural venues, health care facilities, lush parks, and private sports clubs are all a part of the suburban scene. Interstate 405 ensures quick commutes to metropolitan destinations. READ MORE...
Dynamic and vibrant, the City of Beverly Hills is a great place to live, work and play. A world renowned destination for thousands of visitors each year, Beverly Hills features internationally acclaimed restaurants, grand, luxury hotels and unparalleled shopping. Take a trolley tour, explore the City's public art or browse a bevy of chic boutiques: there's something to delight every interest in Beverly Hills.
Beverly Hills is ideally located between Southern California's cool ocean beaches and sunny mountain foothills, along the northwestern edge of Los Angeles. It's extremely convenient to downtown Los Angeles, the L.A. Convention Center, Los Angeles International Airport, Century City, and most other major sites in the region. In Beverly Hills you are also just a few minutes drive from the Pacific Ocean and less than an hour from virtually every visitor attraction in Southern California including Hollywood, UCLA, the Getty Center, Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood. With almost year-round sunshine, Beverly Hills enjoys nearly perfect weather. An average of 15 inches of rainfall recorded annually, none of it between May and October; and the average high daily temperature is 75 F.
The Recreation and Parks Department maintains approximately 100 acres of open park space, medians and Civic Center complex. The department also has the responsibility of providing maintenance for the City's urban forest, which has an inventory of about 25,000 street and park trees. Leisure time recreational opportunities for the community include services and programs geared for all ages. READ MORE...
Brentwood is a district in western Los Angeles, California. Located at the base of the Santa Monica Mountains, Brentwood is bounded by the San Diego Freeway on the east, Wilshire Boulevard on the south, the Santa Monica city limits on the southwest, the border of Topanga State Park on the west and Mulholland Drive along the ridgeline of the mountains on the north. Nearby neighborhoods and cities include Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, Sawtelle, Westwood, Bel-Air and Encino.
One of the movie entertainment towns, Brentwood is dominated by gracious mansions and homes set amidst the hills that offer spectacular views. Most three and four-bedroom homes were built in the 1950s and 1960s, with lush trees and shrubs shading the meandering roads. Brentwood is also the home to the Getty Museum and Mount Saint Mary's College. Several parks are located nearby, as well as two golf courses.
Century City is a 176-acre commercial and residential district on the West Side of the City of Los Angeles. It is bounded by Westwood on the west, Rancho Park on the southwest, Cheviot Hills and Beverlywood on the southeast, and the city of Beverly Hills on the northeast. Its major thoroughfares are Santa Monica, Olympic, and Pico Boulevards, as well as Avenue of the Stars and Century Park East and West. Century City is an important business center, and many law firms and executives — particularly those with ties to the film, television, and music industries — have offices there.
Cheviot Hills is a small residential district on the West Side of Los Angeles, California. Principal thoroughfares include Pico and National Boulevards and Manning and Motor Avenues. The area is a fusion of several residential tracts that were developed beginning in the early-1920s and was named for its "natural rolling knolls that are so similar to the Cheviot Hills which separate England and Scotland."
Also known as "Where the Mountains Meet the Sea", Pacific Palisades is a district within the City of Los Angeles located between Brentwood to the east, Malibu to the west, Santa Monica to the southwest and the Santa Monica Mountains to the north. With a mixture of large private homes, small houses, condominiums, and apartments, it is a very affluent and predominantly residential area.
Many of Southern California's rich and famous have built their palatial estates and mansions against the backdrop of the natural beauty of the Pacific Palisades area. Local attractions include the Paul Getty Museum, Will Rogers Park, Temescal Canyon Park, and the Riviera Country Club.
An unforgettable seaside city, Santa Monica enjoys easy access to metropolitan Los Angeles and the rest of Southern California. Equal parts coastal getaway and urban center, Santa Monica is comprised of eight distinct districts, each featuring its own character and lifestyle options.
Downtown and Third Street Promenade, also known as the Bayside District, hosts some of the city's biggest stores and most famous retailers as well as two weekly farmers' markets. The open-air, pedestrian-only Third Street Promenade is a huge draw for its shopping, dining, street performers, bookstores and movie theaters. The Santa Monica Pier and Ocean Avenue offer direct contact with the beach and ocean. The famous Pier houses a Carousel and full over-the-water amusement park, while palm tree–lined Ocean Avenue has an array of prized ocean-view restaurants and hotels. Mid-City's wide thoroughfares are home to a variety of shopping, dining and pubs, many major film, television and music companies, as well as the city's newest performing arts venue. Main Street offers chic clothing and design stores, art galleries and a weekly farmers' market just two blocks from the ocean, as well as the Santa Monica Walk-In Visitor Information Center. Montana Avenue is a tree-lined European boulevard amid a residential neighborhood with casual yet luxurious dining and shopping options. The highlights of Pico Boulevard are the record stores and a huge Saturday farmers' market, not to mention the award-winning restaurants and clothing boutiques. Ocean Park is a friendly, artsy neighborhood with a wide variety of stores, galleries, coffee shops and a culinary arts restaurant. Santa Monica Airport is a working, private airfield and events space, home to outstanding restaurants, the monthly Outdoor Antique Market and annual Barney's sale at Barker Hangar.
Westwood Village (also known as Westwood) is a district in western Los Angeles, California. Westwood is best known as the home of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Westwood Village is Los Angeles' premiere village centre - centrally located in the heart of Los Angeles, serving the neighborhoods of Bel Air, Holmby Hills, Wilshire Corridor, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Santa Monica. This charming and unique area displays a rich history recognizable by its architecturally significant buildings, many of which were built in the 30's and 40's. Architectural styles include New Orleans Revival, American Colonial Revival, Mediterranean, Spanish Colonial Revival, Period Revival, Post-war Modern, French Regency, and Classical Revival.
With the vibrant UCLA forming the heart of the area, many streets are lined with a variety of bookstores, college sports facilities, shops, cafes, museums, and restaurants. The atmosphere is stimulating, culturally rich, and magnetic. Newcomers will also appreciate the short seven-mile trip to the Pacific Ocean, inviting a wide variety of water sports.
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