Explore Greater Los Angeles

On the edge of Los Angeles County and Ventura County, Agoura Valley straddles the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Bel Air is encompassed by a prestigious and well-known pocket of Los Angeles known as the Golden Triangle, including Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills.
The Beverly Center/Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles, known for its original Spanish two-story homes, original duplexes and single-family homes, borders the Mid Los Angeles and Fairfax Districts as well as Hancock Park.
Beverly Hills real estate is some of the most sought after in the United States.
Beverly Hills Post Office is home to grand estates, mansions and large traditional homes as well as some of the most celebrated gated communities in the area, including Mulholland Estates, The Summit, Beverly Ridge Estates and perhaps the most famous, Beverly Park.
Beverlywood is an upscale neighborhood in Los Angeles strategically placed near the heart of one of the world’s largest cities, and is the ideal home for anyone from couples raising families to retirees.
Brentwood is one of the wealthiest areas of Los Angeles, populated by affluent professionals, political figures and celebrities.
Broad Beach road is about one mile long and home to approximately 100 single family residences.
Often referred to as "Billionaire's Beach", Carbon Beach is the ultimate Malibu address.
Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park are both situated within a short drive of Fox Studios and Sony Studios.
Charming Culver City, with its condos and traditional and Spanish-style homes, is a town of galleries, shops, cafes and entrepreneurial businesses.
Downtown Los Angeles offers urban living with its condos and lofts, and its central business district with skyscrapers, multinational corporations, popular art institutions, public art displays, sightseeing opportunities, sports facilities and shopping.


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