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.
ON THE COVER Life and Leisure at Lunada Bay offered by Molly Hobin Williams of The Hobin Company. In this edition of South Bay DIGS Magazine discover Los Angeles luxury homes and celebrity homes for sale and top agents that represent them.
2121 Paseo Del Mar, Palos Verdes Estates is a 5 bedrooms and 9 baths spread out over a sunlit floorplan of approximately 5,524 square feet—strategic in its placement of gathering spaces on one side of the house, and sleeping spaces on the other.
The sunlit Palos Verdes villa offered by Megan Neel—approximately 11,000 square feet in size—is perched on approximately 200 feet of peninsula oceanfront, and no matter where one roams on the five-bedroom property, one is always aware of this happy fact.
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
In Palos Verdes Estates, this two-story family home has evolved throughout the years, keeping its original charm while adding contemporary, high-end features.
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.