Billy Duffy, lead guitarist of The Cult, has placed his glamorous oasis in the Hollywood Hills on the market. Plus, A glamorous Mirabella penthouse owned by the late legendary lyricist Hal David.
Hearkening Back to the 1950s, 1720 Lombardy Road a Newly Offered Property Has Undergone a Complete Transformation From…
Falala Development restore and renew a beautiful Hancock Park Architectural home offered by Diana Knox. Plus, a Mid-Century Modern that home was recently revamped to showcase its ultimate amenity: front-row seats for views of the Hollywood Sign.
Offered by Neyshia Go & Aaron Kirman of the Aaron Kirman Group at Compass, known as “Rancho Latigo,” the estate previously listed for $45 million in 2017 now is a veritable bargain at $24.5 million with the large scale of the land, masterfully crafted home and picturesque setting abutting the Los Padres National Forest.
Designed in 1928 by noted L.A. architect Max Maltzman 511 S. Arden Blvd. is a classic Spanish Colonial Revival-style estate in Hancock Park’s Windsor Square. Plus 909 Via Coronel in Palos Verdes Estates with 3.17 ocean-view acres that once hosted the dream home of one of the Palos Verdes Peninsula’s first developers.
As a youth Aaron Kirman couldn’t say the letter ‘R’. Now, as an adult he sells architectural estates to the Rich and Royal. Enjoy this Q&A with the top realtor.
Aaron Kirman may be the most connected man in the world—literally a phone call away from reaching any billionaire on the planet who has made a career selling some of the priciest homes around the globe. With a Rolodex that includes royalty and now the star of his own CNBC show Listing Impossible, we get a behind the scenes look into real estate mogul Aaron Kirman’s entrepreneurial Spirit.
Two homes built in Los Angeles’ most vibrant neighborhoods—West Hollywood and Pasadena. Two impressive custom-built homes from each will stop you in your tracks.
Traditional European luxury meets modern-day living at this one-of-a-kind modern Mediterranean estate in Beverly Hills designed by architect Hamid Gabbay and built by Rodeo Collection Owner/Developer Behrouz Mahboubi-Fardi.
Designed by Santa Monica’s Montalba Architects and built by its owner, developer Eitan Gonen of EGC Luxury Homes, this contemporary gem in the Beverly Hills Post Office area checks all of the boxes on the most discerning homeowners’ must-have list (especially those with a certain bent for entertaining).