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Constance Dunn has been writing about homes and people for DIGS since 2014. Her experience and topic knowledge are broad: She’s racked up over 100 cover articles, interviewing notable architects, real estate agents and artists along the way. She can also be seen hosting an episode or two of luxe home show DIGStv.

180 Degrees of Ocean: 616 12th Street

The uppermost floor of the brand new 616 12th Street in Manhattan Beach, a 5-bedroom and 4.5-bathroom residence completed in 2022 offers a view of

1408 The Strand: Strand For All

1408 The Strand has a warmly sophisticated atmosphere with 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, and approximately 4600-square-feet of living space, positioned on an elevated stretch of this charming

Teri Hawkins of RE/MAX Estate Properties

Boutique real estate agent Teri Hawkins on the satisfaction of 25-plus years of selling real estate in the communities she calls home—Palos Verdes and the

325 Georgina: Grace on Georgina

Situated only a few minute’s walk from the ocean, 325 Georgina was to be a beachside retreat for Arthur Henry Fleming, a lumber magnate turned
1602 Loma Drive, Ashley Novak, Compass, Hermosa Beach, Jeff Widmann, Jon Starr, Jonathan Schultz, Josh Casner, Leila Bick, Pat Killen

1602 Loma Drive: Green Valley, Blue Ocean

The front residence has already been sold, but the rear residence—1602 Loma Drive at approximately 2,968 square feet, with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms—is available.

Sculpture on 17th Street: 312 17th Street

312 17th Street set on a smoothly ascending hillside dotted with luxe landscaped residences, the higher you climb, the more generous are the swaths of

57 7th Street: Walk Street By Design

Along the 7th Street walk street, there’s a new flourish in the form of an inviting contemporary home 57 7th Street, approximately 4,200 square feet

Heart of Terranea

Rolling green fields, sea-sculpted bluffs and the white-tipped waves of the Pacific Ocean—the sight that greets you when turning off Palos Verdes Drive is always