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Sally Forster Jones lists private retreat in prime WeHo area
Step inside this sleek, light-flooded haven, and you'd never know you're minutes from Beverly Hills, Sunset nightlife, and the trendy boutiques of Melrose. That’s what the designers were thinking when they took this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath Modern Spanish down to the studs, then lavished it with serene character, style and luxury finishes. This is an atmosphere rarely found outside the most exquisite boutique hotels — and even the sleek designer furnishings can be yours for a pre-negotiated discounted price. The blonde and beautiful spaces flow from grand entrance to airy living room, where streaming sunlight touches a stone fireplace. The designer kitchen flows to an inviting family room where glass bi-fold doors open to a huge, secluded deck. Generous outdoor living, dining and seating areas surround the mosaic-tiled pool and spa with waterfall and loggia. The enormous, airy second floor master suite, accented by chic grasscloth wallpaper, features an expansive walk-in closet, ultra-luxe bath and large balcony with lounge area overlooking the rooftops below. New plumbing, electrical, HVAC, smart system and more complete this rare find in one of West Hollywood’s most sought-after neighborhoods. See more photos here »
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Join us for A Full House of Kings & Queens, the annual charity poker tournament hosted by Pacific Union Pasadena-Old Town, Oct. 25, 2018 from 5 to 10pm. Come try your hand at poker, or hang out in the patio and enjoy the food, music and drinks included in your donation. The evening begins...

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From author and real estate professional Bret Parsons, manager of Pacific Union International’s Hancock Park office and executive director of its architectural division, comes Master Architects of Southern California 1920-1940: Roland E. Coate—the second volume in a historic twelve-volume series....

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