Point Dume is a family neighborhood made of predominately of single family homes
that sit on rather large parcels of land. The area has a rural feel to it, as it lacks
street lights and sidewalks. Surrounding beaches include Westward beach, Zuma
Beach and the coveted, private Big Dume beach.
San Marino is regarded as having one of the best performing schools in the
Greater Los Angeles area. All of its public schools are distinguished as California
Blue Ribbon schools. The city includes the estate of Henry E. Huntington, who
made a fortune in the development of Southern California and opened the library
and art collections in his large new-Palladian mansion to the public in 1919.
This mansion is best known as the Huntington Library. San Marino real estate has
beautiful lawns and a variety of house sizes.
Santa Monica is located on the Westside of Los Angeles and is comprised of
8.3 square miles of vibrant commercial districts, neighboring residential communicates
and a terrific public school system. Centered on three miles of wide, white sandy
beaches, Santa Monica has become a popular international destination, with many
attractions such as The Santa Monica pier, Third Street Promenade, Main Street,
and the ultra chic Montana Avenue.
The Foothill Village of Sierra Madre is a small, quaint and friendly town with
storefronts reminiscent of the 1920s and 1930s, and is often thought of as an artist
colony. Over 40 percent of the town?s homes are over 50 years old. There is a
deep sense of pride in the historical treasures and modern day accomplishments
of Sierra Madre.
The hilly neighborhood of Silver Lake can be found east of Hollywood and
northwest of Downtown Los Angeles. Silver Lake is the home of its namesake
reservoir and its reputable music scene. The community is both socioeconomically
and ethnically diverse bringing it tremendous character.
South Pasadena is known for its tree-lined streets, historic California
Craftsman-style homes, unique small businesses, outstanding public schools and
its efforts to preserve a small-town atmosphere. South Pasadena offers many
eclectic restaurants and shops, as well as mixed use development and lofts
along with historic homes and districts.
The Sunset Strip is the world famous stretch of Sunset Boulevard in
West Hollwood that stretches from Hollywood to Beverly Hills. The Strip, which
includes Sunset Plaza, is known for its famous collection of shops and boutiques,
cafes and restaurants, rock joints, and night clubs. It is easily idenifiable with
its colorful collection of billboards and is located at the base of the Hollywood
Hills and is just below the famed Bird Streets from Blue Jay, Tanager and Thrush
Ways to Nightingale, Swallow and Kinglet Drives - a favorite area of A-List
celebrities from Hollywood stars to the most well known international music
acts to call home. Many celebrities enjoy the amazing cities views they get
perched among the hills.
Topanga Beach is zoned for commercial usage and home to many long
established businesses. It is a sandy beach and borders the Topanga
Creek Lagoon. There is one small street off the PCH that is lined with single
West Hollywood is a thriving, diverse community on the leading edge of
culture, entertainment, and design - and is home to the internationally reknown
Pacific Design Center. Minutes away is the Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre,
The Getty Center, and Dodger Stadium. The uniquely compact city boasts the
Sunset Strip, Santa Monica Boulevard, Robertson, and Melrose; truly Los Angeles
Mecca for fashion, fine dining, unparalleled nightlife, and the world-renowned
Incorporated in 1984, West Hollywood has been instrumental since its start in
achieving cultural, environmental, and political breakthroughs. An incredibly
influential area, West Hollywood continues to be recognized for its progressive,
diverse and innovative atmosphere.
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