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In the early 1900s, the hillside enclave of Arch Beach Heights was considered a remote destination set within a rustic canyon setting in Laguna Beach. As the Los Angeles Times once reported, homesites were given away and buyers lured by offers of free encyclopedia sets and newspaper subscriptions. One classified ad in 1937 read “finest view between Frisco and San Diego,” and another in 1963 said “the MOST beautiful view in the world.” Decades later, a paved road would change everything, leading to the construction of one of the city’s earliest hillside communities. Today, Arch Beach Heights is among the most coveted of the bunch—revered for its incredible views, which stretch as far as Catalina Island, and architectural prowess, with homes showcasing

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Sophisticated and steeped in history, these six properties—from a turn-of-the-century, knoll-top home in Montecito to a colorful Hacienda-style retreat in La Paz—combine contemporary comforts with one-of-a-kind antique elements. When it comes to these estate, the past has never felt more alive.

7935 OCEANUS DRIVE | LOS ANGELES

Under a roof crafted with imported 400-year-old Spanish tile sits this sprawling home, created by internationally renowned Dalinger Designs. Perched on a nearly half-acre lot amidst the hills of L.A.’s Mount Olympus neighborhood, this sunny estate,represented by Farrah Brittany, Mauricio Umanksy and Eduardo Umansky, melds old-world details (think hand-hewn, wood-beamed ceilings and custom lighting fixtures) with

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While Downtown L.A.’s development boom is in full effect, the neighborhood’s historic character buildings remain among the most sought-after real estate in the city. Among them is the famed Eastern Columbia building, one of the most iconic buildings and finest examples of Art Deco architecture in Los Angeles. It’s unmistakable teal terra cotta exterior, adorned with playful embellishments, is crowned by a clock tower and neon “Eastern” sign.  One of the largest buildings constructed in downtown until after World War II, the 13-story, 1930s landmark underwent a $30 million conversion in 2006 into 140 luxury condominiums, earning a 2008 Conservancy Preservation Award.

The building has had several notable sales in recent years, including the sale of

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By Jordi Lippe-Mcgraw, as featured in Architectural Digest

Looking for a house that provides the ultimate Instagram backdrop? Well, a stylish Hollywood home that has been the site of numerous celebrity photo shoots just hit the market for $5.95 million. Both Gwyneth Paltrow and Alicia Silverstone have used the space to shoot the pictures for their cookbooks, Reese Witherspoon posed at the home for her lifestyle brand Draper James, and Megan Fox’s cover shoot for Elle China took place at the dwelling.

Brands including Apple, Beats, Google, Crate & Barrel, Anthropologie, West Elm, and Warby Parker have even used the space for commercials. In fact, the property generates more than $70,000 annually from being used for photo shoots.



So, why is it such a

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Known for its stunning, rugged coastline and dense redwood forests, the lesser-known, yet award-winning wine region of Anderson Valley in Mendocino County has been quietly producing some of the finest wine in California for decades. With its cool, coastal climate and mineral-rich soil, the 15-mile-long stretch of rolling hills and vineyards, just 10 miles from the Pacific Coast, produces some particularly delicious Pinots.

Now in its 22nd year, the annual Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival brings together more than 50 local producers in the Anderson Valley for a weekend dedicated to sipping and savoring the beloved, light-bodied varietal. Guests are invited to enjoy food and wine pairings by top local chefs, live music, educational seminars,

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Over the past few years, the dynamic desert enclave of Old Town Scottsdale has emerged as a global luxury destination in its own right. A host of innovative art galleries from Los Angeles and New York, paired with high-end, chef-driven restaurants and new hotel-branded luxury residences, are bringing a decidedly polished sheen to Scottsdale’s beloved historic district.

Among the neighborhood’s most anticipated new developments is a collection of two Modern Terrace homes conceived by CP Drewett, AIA (the esteemed architect behind the enclave of residences at the nearby Ritz-Carlton project) in collaboration with Rich Brock of BedRock Developers and MARA Interior Design. Represented by The Agency’s Raul Siqueiros and Jack Luciano, the two urban

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When it comes to innovation in real estate, our agents and marketing team are proud to lead the pack and embrace creativity in all they do. They understand that world-class properties require that extra special something and stop at nothing to ensure a home garners the spotlight it deserves. That sentiment certainly wasn’t lost on The Homestead, a magnificent one-acre parcel in Encino designed in homage to the lifestyle of a Napa Valley vinter—and complete with its very own vineyard. Agents Craig Knizek and Andrea Korchek knew this property had a special story to tell, and dreamt up a dynamic lifestyle video to capture the offering in all its glory.

“Every home has a story,” says Andrea. “This video allowed Craig and I to tell The

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Mexico’s resort destinations boast some of the world’s most coveted homes and resorts, drawing visitors to their pristine ocean shores, blue-water bays, prime surf breaks and innovative cuisine. Aspiring buyers come from around the globe to put down roots and scoop up their own slice of paradise.

One method of second-home buying, in which a property is purchased and owned collaboratively, continues to gain steam. We caught up with Joni Ross, one of our Los Cabos real estate experts, to learn more about the rhyme and reason behind fractional ownership—and whether it just might be your ticket to paraíso.

What is fractional ownership? 

The simplest description of Fractional Real Estate Ownership is shared ownership of a deeded property, with usage

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As summer approaches, we’ve got al fresco dinners and starlit gatherings on the mind. From an iconic loft overlooking the L.A. lights to a stunning architectural oasis on the Victoria, B.C. waterfront, these six residences offer incredible rooftop decks primed for enjoying the outdoors from the comfort of home.

1707 GRANT AVE. | SAN FRANCISCO

It isn’t often a single-family home comes available in the iconic and coveted Telegraph Hill neighborhood of San Francisco—especially one with such incredible views. Originally built in 1913, this reimagined, three-story residence, represented by Samantha Resnik and Michelle Long, showcases airy, open-concept interiors, abundant natural light and a rooftop terrace that will make you the envy of the

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Nothing can compete with the views from this stunning Mission Bay residence, which is why they take center stage in each and every room. Represented by The Agency’s Rachel Swann, this stunning contemporary home, situated on the 14th floor of The Madrone at 480 Mission Bay Boulevard North, was recently highlighted on The Agency’s curated Luxury Homes + Lifestyle page featured on Dwell.com. Read the full story here.



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