ON THE COVER a classic California estate with prime ocean views updated for modern resort living presented by Chris Adlam of Vista Sotheby’s International Realty. In this edition of South Bay DIGS Magazine discover Los Angeles luxury homes and celebrity homes for sale and top agents that represent them.
Drive along scenic Palos Verdes Drive and swing onto Via Coronel, a peaceful street sweeping along a green hillside on the Peninsula. Duck onto a secluded side street and through a gated entrance, shrouded with old-growth trees, leafy palms, and trim green hedges and you’re at 909 Via Coronel.
3330 via Campesina, designed by renowned architect Rodney Asbury Walker, is a 1951 Mid-century Modern masterpiece overlooking the Palos Verdes Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes offered by Chris Adlam of Vista Sotheby’s International Realty.
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.
A graceful and well-appointed hilltop for a one-of-a-kind panorama
Tucked away on a private cul de sac, an incredible historic compound appears to almost float above the treetops in Palos Verdes Estates meticulously built by fine craftsman Arthur C. Munson, in 1936.
417/421 Paseo de la Playa, Redondo Beach Offered at $22.65 million | Redondo Beach RECORD SALE | 10,000…
The landmark merger between real-estate powerhouses South Bay Brokers and Vista Sotheby’s International Realty signals a new wave for South Bay real estate. Now operating under Vista Sotheby’s International Realty, Gerard Bisignano—partner, along with Jim Van Zanten, Rick Edler, Kitty Edler, and Chris Adlam—on the brand’s headline-making move.
In real estate for nearly 30 years, homegrown South Bay resident Kevin Moen has a keenly tuned sense of the local market. He sat down with South Bay DIGS in his Rolling Hills Estates office to talk about the state of South Bay real estate—and the role of today’s realtor.
January 2015 marked the 35th consecutive month in which California’s median sale price has increased on a year-over-year basis according to CoreLogic DataQuick. The January 2015 median price was 22.3% lower thank California’s peak median price of $484,000, reach in the Spring of 2007, and it was 70.1% higher than the post-peak low of $221,000 in April 2009.