Privacy and beachside elegance make for a comfortable home along the north Hermosa Strand.
An evergreen California home on sun-splashed resort grounds makes for a one-of-a-kind Beach Cities experience.
Los Angeles is unique as a city with prime proximity to Mother Nature. In few other cities can a morning walk in the wilderness—far from the rush of traffic where stumbling upon deer, bears, coyotes and cougars is possible.
Nestled atop a Rolling Hills hilltop parcel, a new Spanish Colonial Revival estate by architect Michael Burch offers an elegant ranch lifestyle surrounded by one of the Pacific’s finest panoramas.
The Pacific Ocean. Its combination of grand views, salt-tinged air and beckoning sand is inspiring and has the keen power to uplift, no matter the season. When building a home in such an atmosphere, the key is to create a place that can match its splendor
This sprawling Spanish hacienda estate combines the best of both worlds, a private enclave surrounded by oaks and stables paired with an ideal location in Brentwood.
An expansive Sand Section home utilizes transitional architecture to create a welcoming family home for the ages.
A cheerful new coastal California home meshes elevated style and an of-the-moment floor plan to make the most of walk-street living.
Not long after arriving from India, Raju Chhabria drove to Palos Verdes for a job interview. “I looked around and thought, ‘this place is beautiful. Someday I want to own a house here.’”…
Translated, the Chumash word Anacapa means “mirage,” which one might imagine they’ve stumbled across when ambling along the same-named street in the Lunada Bay district of Palos Verdes Estates.
Conrad Buff and Donald Hensman were still undergraduates at the University of Southern California School of Architecture when they started designing tract homes during the post-war housing boom of the late 1940s.