To Know L.A. Is To Live L.A.
As a third generation Angeleno, Jeremy Eden grew up surfing the beautiful beaches of Malibu, dining at the Original Farmer’s Market on Fairfax, and enjoying golden days on the Santa Monica bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Home was sunshine, cool breezes, and quality time with friends and family.
At the age of twelve, Jeremy was first exposed to real estate from his parents who founded a boutique international real estate brokerage in Asia and Europe. He lived in Jerusalem for two years where the flagship office was opened. After returning to California for one year, Jeremy went to live in Paris for two years where his father was invited to study Fine Art at the famous Ecole Des Beaux Arts. The evocative beauty of France’s iconic architecture and fairytale landscapes forever transformed the lens through which Jeremy perceived the world.
Luxury And Wellness
As a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Jeremy ran a successful Home Heath practice for over twenty years. He got his start at the famous Sports Club L.A., where he was introduced to the California luxury lifestyle from clients who expected impeccable service and attention to every detail. He trained them in their homes, often being exposed to the finest estates, art, culture, and interior design in the city.
Great Relationships Make Great Agents
Jeremy was recruited by Sotheby’s International Realty due to his extensive knowledge of the luxury market and lifestyle. His success can be attributed to the strong relationships that he has cultivated within his community and across the globe. His commitment to connect unique people to exceptional properties inspires incomparable passion and drive.
Find Your Luxury
Jeremy believes that luxury is a possibility for all people. Being luxurious is a state of mind which involves how we experience the world around us. He understands that it is through attention to detail, appreciation, and enjoyment that one can experience true luxury every day.
Experience the best in luxury service with cool California style.