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With summer in full swing, we’ve got surf, sand and sun on the mind. From a luxury villa in Turks and Caicos to an oceanside abode in Malibu, these incredible beachfront properties bring the iconic summer experience right to your front door.


There are few things more quintessentially Californian than a Malibu beach house. Boasting spectacular ocean and whitewater views, this classic blufftop home on famed Broad Beach has been stunningly reimagined and is brimming with contemporary appeal. Represented by James Harris, David Parnes and Sandro Dazzan, the four-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath stunner showcases soaring ceilings, wide-plank oak floors, an open floor plan and expansive windows framing jaw-dropping ocean

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From our commitment to innovation and technology to our world-class marketing, we’re proud to lead the pack and embrace creativity in all that we do. So when it came time to debut 10718 Mora Drive, an unprecedented architectural estate in Silicon Valley, our team wasted no time creating an Oscar-worthy video that showcases this exceptional home in all its glory.

“Every home has its own unique story to tell,” says Rodney Jones-Parnell, Creative Director of The Agency. “Video allows us to tell a home’s story in a vivid and dynamic way; to enable a buyer halfway across the world to feel as if they’re walking through its hallways, preparing a meal in the chef’s kitchen, or taking in the views from sweeping balconies. Photos and listing copy are

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What do Jim Morrison and Marion Davies have in common? Aside from being two of L.A.’s most enduring cultural icons, they both roamed the halls of a certain 1920s Hollywood landmark way back when.

Located in quaint Franklin Village, near the base of Beachwood Canyon, Villa Carlotta has played host to some of the city’s most intriguing personalities over the decades. Designed by Arthur E. Harvey in the classic Spanish Colonial Revival Style, the legendary apartment building and designated city historic landmark was deemed “the last word on luxury” by The Los Angeles Times when it made its debut in 1926. Now, after a $5.5 million renovation by CGI Strategies, the historic residence is welcoming a new wave of dreamers looking to make their mark on the

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From a professional tennis court to an entertainer's level beyond compare, we’ve rounded up eight spaces fit for fathers of all stripes. Whether your dad’s a pool shark or wine connoisseur; cinefile or sun god, we’ve got him covered this Father’s Day—and all the days thereafter.


Trading the typical barroom neon for natural light, the billiards room at this Beverly Park stunner, represented by Christopher Dyson, boasts major indoor-outdoor appeal. Folding pocket doors open the entire space to the pool terrace and lush grounds beyond, so dad can take in the views while he brushes up on his favorite game—and go for a swim to cool off afterward. We call it pool two ways.


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With the robust spring market in full swing, Zillow recently crunched its numbers to breakdown the most popular neighborhoods in the U.S., and it may come as no surprise that 13 of the top 20 locations are in the Golden State. “The country’s most popular neighborhoods have a lot in common with its most popular celebrities,” Zillow wrote. “They tend to be in California.”

The star-studded neighborhoods of Bel Air, Beverly Glen, Hollywood Hills and Point Dume rounded out the L.A. area, while the Bay Area’s Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow, Paradise Park and Montclair—all proudly served by The Agency’s San Francisco and Danville offices—followed suit. Claiming the coveted number one spot was none other than The Oaks at Calabasas, the tony enclave with the

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The horses may have already made their rounds at Churchill Downs, but the excitement of the Kentucky Derby has us dreaming of an equestrian property of our own. From a breathtaking ocean-view ranch in Malibu to a world-class polo and equestrian club situated amidst one of the last remaining beachfront jungles in Mexico, these six equestrian-ready offerings will have you counting ponies in your sleep.


Showcasing panoramic ocean views, beach access and world-class equestrian facilities on nearly 11 acres, there is simply no property quite like Sundance Ranch in Malibu. Located on Malibu’s prestigious lower Winding Way, where the Santa Monica Mountains meet the ocean, the ranch offers a peaceful, country lifestyle

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Designated to commemorate Mexico’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla on May 5th, 1862, Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a popular national holiday celebrating Mexican culture, history, and perhaps most enthusiastically, cocktails and cuisine. In the spirit of every tequila lover’s favorite holiday, we’ve rounded up six swoon-worthy properties in Mexico, each fit for an elaborate Cinco de Mayo soirée.


Nestled along a one-mile stretch of pristine beach on Riviera Nayarit, less than one hour north of Puerto Vallarta, Mandarina is the most significant new resort and residential community to grace the shores of Mexico in decades. 55 ultra-private villas neighboring the new One&Only

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With Summer on the horizon, we are dreaming of the white sandy beaches and crystal blue waters of Turks and Caicos. Synonymous with unparalleled luxury and service,  Gansevoort Turks + Caicos resort has some remarkable real estate offerings currently available. Listed by Ian Hurdle and Elliot Day, Gansevoort Penthouse 1502 exemplifies cool, chic, contemporary styling perfectly positioned along Grace Bay. Additionally, the last remaining Villa in the first phase of the Gansevoort’s Villa collection just hit the market. Listed by Nieve O’Neill and Brendan O’Neill, 5102 Gansevoort Villas boasts an oceanfront infinity-edge pool that guides residents to a sunken fire pit and lounge, out over the cliff edge and down to an above-water sun deck.


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When it comes to the laidback Venice lifestyle, there’s nothing more quintessentially cool than a California Craftsman bungalow. Built in 1912, 520 Altair Place was part of the original Venice Canals during developer Abbot Kinney’s heyday—back when crooning gondoliers actually serenaded tourists down the waterway and the neighborhood bore the name “Venice of America.” Today, the home is owned by a cartoonist whose whimsical creations, such as Simon the Hippo, help educate children about climate change and wildlife conservation. A portion of proceeds from the sale of the historic home will benefit a cause dear to The Agency’s heart.

Represented by Michael Grady, Natasha Barrett and Jagger Kroener, the light-filled, storybook bungalow has been

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Coachella 2018 may be drawing to a close, but things are just starting to heat up in the desert—and Stagecoach is right around the corner! With its warm, sunny days and balmy nights, spring brings some of the year’s best weather to the desert, along with a vibrant display of wildflowers and cacti in full bloom. From Rancho Mirage to Palm Desert, we’ve rounded up five homes perfect for relaxing, entertaining, and festival-going in style.


Tucked away in Palm Desert’s exclusive Bighorn Country Club, this magnificent contemporary residence was built for legendary Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub. Represented by Richard Bartholomew, David Findley and Mauricio Umansky and designed by architect Guy Drier, its

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