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From record sales to new listings and landmark office debuts, August was a busy month for The Agency. All eyes were on our A-List team of agents (and clients) as they made remarkable real estate moves around the globe. Here are some of the month’s hottest headlines that made waves. 

848 HOT SPRINGS ROAD - This Spanish palace-inspired villa in Montecito got a nod from Forbes, which spotlighted the 11,947-square-foot mansion and its style, which “recalls another time and place, like a Moorish monarch’s palace from the 13th century (except situated on a picturesque hillside in affluent Montecito).” The property, Forbes writes, is “like a mirage, it arouses double-takes.”  Billy Rose, who represents the home, described its eclectic style to Robb Report

Live out every mariner’s dream and park your prized possession right in your backyard. These estates, from Fort Lauderdale to Los Cabos, Riviera Nayarit and La Paz, offer the best of waterfront living with dedicated space to keep your yacht (and other seaworthy toys) moments from your doorstep. 

The Mediterranean-style estate at 1235 East Lake Drive, represented by Jared Ringel, is perfectly positioned in Fort Lauderdale's exclusive guard-gated Harbor Beach community and offers incredible views of the intracoastal and Lake Sylvan. While the 15,000-square-foot, ten bedroom, seven-bathroom home is stunning on its own, yachtsmen will love its 359 feet of deepwater frontage, which can accommodate several mega yachts.

785 NE 33rd Street, also known

 

Northern California’s best-kept secret is out. Ross, a bucolic, chaparral and live oak tree-filled enclave in Marin County, sits less than 20 miles from San Francisco and has emerged as one of the most sought-after neighborhoods among Silicon Valley professionals looking to put down roots in a naturally beautiful place that offers a reprieve from city life.

Situated near San Rafael and Mount Tamalpais, Ross is just 1.6 square miles, has less than 3,000 residents and offers a genuine small-town experience. Incorporated in 1908, landmark community events include an annual Town Dinner in the Ross Common and Fourth of July parade. Ross’s access to scenic hiking and biking trails makes it a popular year-round destination for cyclists and hikers. Find

 
The Agency is once again on the move, continuing its expansion into Mexico with the opening of offices in La Paz and Todos Santos. Both offices will be led by Bernardo Mucino Koenig and Juan Diaz—who also spearheads The Agency’s Los Cabos office, alongside Adrienne Davis—and will serve the La Paz and Todos Santos markets. 

Located north of Cabo San Lucas on the Pacific coast of the Baja California Peninsula, Todos Santos is one of Mexico’s best-kept secrets. A haven for artists, surfers and expats alike, the sleepy seaside town has been experiencing much buzz over the past few years with the arrival of innovative farm-to-table restaurants, high-end hotels and new real estate development. 

Equally enchanting is the city of La Paz. The capital of

After much anticipation, the curtain was finally lifted last week on interior designer Windsor Smith’s new home, 227 N. Tigertail in Brentwood during a star-studded event. VIP guests mingled with Hollywood A-listers including Ellen Pompeo and husband Chris Ivery, Djimon Hounsou, Francesca Eastwood, among others. 

Windsor is known for her modern-meets-classical point of view and strong celebrity following—Gwyneth Paltrow is a prominent fan and purchased Windsor’s first home in Mandeville Canyon in the early 2000s. Windsor joked to The Wall Street Journal that Gwyneth had been to the newly completed Brentwood property many times, but having purchased two of her homes already she “isn’t allowed to buy it."

227 N. Tigertail is represented by The Agency’s

In honor of 3250 Serra Road’s market debut, agents Sandro Dazzan and Cooper Mount hosted a summer soirée at the sprawling Malibu estate, which boasts five acres of incredible European-style gardens nestled in Malibu’s exclusive hilltop Serra Retreat. The property boasts blossoming Monet-inspired lily ponds, 17th-century stone architectural elements, rose gardens, an organic vegetable garden and fruit orchard, all laced with walking paths and dotted with ornate fountains. 

Guests arrived at the 7,814-square-foot home through 24-hour, guarded gates and were greeted at the top of the stone-walled driveway with new wheels from Galpin Aston Martin. As they toured the lush grounds, attendees were handed chilled glasses of sparkling rosé from Malibu Rocky

On a warm summer afternoon, guests ascended the private, tree-lined drive to 848 Hot Springs Road in Montecito to celebrate the spectacular property’s market debut. Inspired by the legendary, 13th-century Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain and represented by The Agency’s Billy Rose, this nearly 12,000-square-foot, custom-built estate gracefully melds Old World architecture with Modernist details—think tall arches and detailed mosaics in Moorish, Spanish and Italianate style. This inimitable home was recently featured in The Wall Street Journal and Mansion Global. 

Built in 2014 by MG Partners in collaboration with the owner, commercial director Kinka Usher, the estate’s entrancing 2.5-acre grounds boast gorgeous views of the Santa Barbara coast as

12255 SKY LANE - The spectacular Brentwood estate, with views that stretch from Downtown L.A. to the ocean, was crowned Home of the Week by the Los Angeles Times. “Sweeping across an acre in Brentwood, this ultra-modern compound catches the eye and doesn’t let go,” the article states, while noting the home’s Italian marble driveway, glass elevator and rooftop garden that doubles as an auto gallery. The seven-bedroom house, represented by Santiago Arana and Mauricio Umansky, was masterfully designed by De Loren & Associates. 

848 HOT SPRINGS ROAD - The Wall Street Journal recently spotlighted this sprawling Montecito château, which Hollywood director Kinka Usher had designed after Spain’s Alhambra Palace. Represented by Billy Rose, this recently

Ian Hurdle, managing partner of The Agency’s Turks & Caicos office, has broken yet another real estate record —this time, selling Triton Luxury Villa - 203 Long Bay Beach Drive for $11.5 million, making it Long Bay’s highest ever property sale and the highest sale on the scenic 17-mile-long island of Providenciales since 2015. Ian brokered both sides of the marquee deal for the seven-bedroom, six-bath, 12,757-square-foot home, fondly known as Triton Villa, which was also the seventh-largest recorded sale in the history of Providenciales and Ian’s second record sale in two years—he previously sold the Ron Shaw-designed Mothershouse on Provo’s Cherokee Road in 2017 for $7.625 million.

Triton Luxury Villa offers the utmost privacy, located on two lush

The Agency Development Group and Ben Belack have unveiled The Meyer at 3rd, a recently reimagined, boutique collection of residences situated in the heart of Beverly Grove. Located moments from the acclaimed dining and shopping of West Hollywood, The Grove and Beverly Hills, the building features original architecture by Meyer & Holler, the world-renowned architects behind Hollywood’s Grauman’s Chinese Theater and the Getty House. Eight distinct condominiums have been redesigned by L.A.-based BLDG Partners to include contemporary features, such as sleek marble and quartz countertops, custom millwork, Miele and Bertazzoni appliances and private outdoor spaces. 

“The Agency Development Group is proud to expand our portfolio with The Meyer at 3rd—it's