From an iconic Montecito manse that played host to JFK to Paris Hilton’s former Hollywood Hills digs, the properties and personalities making headlines this month are the perfect anecdote to a chilly October afternoon. Sit back, relax, and fall into our October hotlist.

1467 KINGS ROAD  Ever wondered what it’s like to live the life of Paris Hilton? Buying her former Hollywood Hills home might give you a glimpse. Represented by Rebekah Schwartz Sklar and Mauricio Umansky and featured in Forbes, the 3,064-square-foot Spanish property is offered fully furnished with Hilton’s chic French Regency-style effects. Perched in the hills above Sunset, the home boasts four bedrooms, four baths, guest quarters, a wood-paneled media room and entertainment space. A spacious, private backyard is complete with a swimming pool, spa and cabanas—perfect for entertaining.

METROPOLIS LOS ANGELES  “The renaissance of Downtown is something that’s been talked about a lot, and I think that this project is a great example of how that renaissance is continuing,” said Ellen Riotto, executive director of the South Park Business Improvement District. The Washington Post shined a spotlight on Metropolis—the largest mixed-use development in the Western United States—and discussed how the groundbreaking project is redefining the L.A. living experience.

32852 W. PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY  Looking to throw a dream, celeb-style wedding? This four-bedroom spread in Malibu, which nabbed a feature in New York Post, is a good start. Comedian Amy Schumer tied the knot here last February, and Nicki Minaj shot the music video for “Bed” in the home’s landscaped outdoor space overlooking the Pacific. Other famous guests rumored to have cozied up at the property include Bono, Heidi Klum and Cindy Crawford. Set on three acres with private beach access, the 5,353-square-foot property, represented by Laura McNulty, is available to rent from $5,000 to $7,000 a day.

120 LOMA VISTA  The newly built contemporary stunner in the lower Trousdale Estates section of Beverly Hills caught the eye of Mansion Global. Represented by Mauricio Umansky and Rouja Koleva, the 7,000-square-foot, single-level home showcases five ensuite bedrooms, sweeping views of Los Angeles, sleek, high-end design and materials, and vanishing walls of glass that blur the lines between indoor and out. An expansive, private backyard boasts an infinity-edge pool and spa, gourmet Kalamazoo kitchen and lounge areas overlooking the lights of L.A.

642 PERUGIA WAY  This one-of-a-kind European architectural masterpiece in prime lower Bel Air was just featured on an episode of NBC Open House—with a tour by none other than Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles star James Harris. Represented by James, David Parnes and Mauricio Umansky, the newly built home boasts 15,000 square feet of living space with 11 bathrooms, a 2,100-square-foot master suite, fully equipped gym and 65-foot infinity-edge pool overlooking the Bel Air Country Club golf course.

2002 LA BREA TERRACE  Built in 1907, this 111-year-old California craftsman home, represented by Stefan Pommepuy and Jonathan Ruiz, nabbed a feature on Robb Report. Offered for the first time in 35 years, the classic Hollywood home boasts a delightfully updated, chef-caliber kitchen and ample windows that reveal views of manicured gardens and winding vistas. Set on a 14,607-square-foot lot, storybook-like grounds include a kidney-shaped pool, built-in spa, towering palm trees and lush landscaping.

256 EUCALYPTUS HILL DRIVE Among the most magnificent properties in Southern California, this iconic Montecito manse, represented by Stefan Pommepuy, Santiago Arana and Mauricio Umansky, made headlines in The Toronto Star. Originally built in 1914, the seven-bedroom, 20-bath home, which counts JFK and Martin Luther King Jr. among its esteemed guests, is set on more than 11 acres and showcases 360-degree views of the entire Montecito Valley and Santa Barbara waterfront, along with one of the finest botanical gardens in the area.