ON THE COVER Strand by Design the Louie Tomaro Design Group’s seamless beach living offered by Shawn Dugan of Strand Hill | Christie’s International Real Estate. In this edition of South Bay DIGS Magazine discover Los Angeles luxury homes and celebrity homes for sale and top agents that represent them.
Located about 10 minutes south of Hermosa Pier on foot, the atmosphere here is easygoing and mellow. The sandy beachfront is extra wide and flat—making it more inviting than usual, and easy to navigate.
DIGS Influencers sits down with top 100 agent Ed Kaminsky as he provides tips on how to succeed in any market condition, finding out how Ed forged a path from Cleveland, Ohio to become one of the South Bay’s most successful agents with the Kaminsky Real Estate Group.
From painstaking attention to detail to captivating lake views to impressive amenities and more. Definitely a one-of-a-kind personal retreat, this castle-esque property also offers the ultimate in privacy, ideal for detaching from the rest of the world.
Two sleek townhomes—one located along Highland Avenue and right behind it, on Crest Avenue brought to market by Shawn Dugan and Dave Caskey of Strand Hill | Christies International designed by Architect Michael Lee, Thomas Shin the builder.
1818 Manhattan Avenue is an approximately 3,200 square foot, four-bedroom residence, which was completed in 2007, has been crafted in a traditional coastal style, complete with white walls that contrast pleasingly against warm, wood floors of Brazilian cherry featuring immaculate coastline views.
A cheerful new coastal California home meshes elevated style and an of-the-moment floor plan to make the most of walk-street living.
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.
Real estate markets change! Having been through 2 massive market downturns, 1990 & 2008. Here are tips on selling your home in any market condition.
“I have a very casual way about me,” says Dan O’Connor. “I think it has a lot to do with growing up in a family where real estate was the lifestyle.”