Christopher Miller

Christopher Miller brings a wealth of global experience and insight to The Agency as well as a deep respect and understanding for architecturally distinctive properties.

A graduate of Indiana University, Christopher began his professional career at Asia Pacific Consulting, a Chicago-based international consulting firm. While assigned in Hong Kong and Australia, Christopher was exposed to a variety of cultural and business situations. It is also during this time that his appreciation for great architecture began.

For the past nine years, Christopher has immersed himself in the Los Angeles residential market, learning and embracing the tradition of Southern California architecture and representing homes designed by Robert Byrd, Ed Niles, and Frank Gehry. Christopher is dedicated to delivering for his clients by enthusiastically engaging them to assess their residential needs.

He is a member of Beverly Hills Association of Realtors and a local high school football coach.
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614 N. Palm Drive 90210 SL14-01477

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This elegant, gated Contemporary Mediterranean home sits in the heart of Beverly Hills. Brand new construction. You are met with lush gardens, followed by a very gracious entrance hall boasting 25 ft. ceilings, inlaid marble floors, grand staircase and mass...

9450 Sierra Mar Drive 90069 SL13-00097

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European contemporary with breathtaking city and ocean views, located in the coveted “birds streets” of the Sunset Strip. Recently remodeled with top-of-the-line imported materials, this 3 bedroom and 4 bathroom home is flooded with natural lig...

2745 Glendower Avenue 90027 SL13-00228

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Character abounds in this charming 1927 Spanish with panoramic city and mountain views, located in the Los Feliz hills. Arched alcoves and doorways, wood-beamed ceilings and magnesite floors maintain the old-world feel. Main floor includes gourmet cook's ...

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