Category Archives: Real Estate

Marina Del Rey Canal Beach Home $6,977,000

Exciting, rich & eventful Multi-level Canal/Beach Home offering 4 interior levels of luxury bedroom suites all with fireplaces, custom built-ins, and spacious living areas topped off by a rooftop pool w/ glass bottom. The lowest level consists of an onyx walk-in wine room, wet spa, state-of-the-art screening room, disco ball room, gym & guest bd & 2 bthrms. The ground level has a double tandem covered garage for 5 & a 2 bd/2ba + living room/kitchen service quarters. On the 3rd level there is the gorgeous master suite overlooking the canal with dual master bathrooms and walk-in closets, as well as 2 additional guest bd/ba suites. On the main living level there is a fabulous dining room w/ a 10,000 gallon shark tank separating it from the family room & oversized gourmet kitchen and patios. A commercial elevator services all living areas.  Call Noah Walsh to set up a private showing Noah (310)562-3192

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Venice Beach houses are hard to come by Nowadays. Here is a good one that is still available at $1,049,000

525 Grand Blvd. Venice, CA. 90291

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$1,095,000
Modern touches fused w/charm & style in this thoughtfully updated California Bungalow. Abbot Kinney, art galleries, fine dining & the beach are moments away. Vaulted ceilings with skylights, modern kitchen & baths, fireplace & living area, + hip landscaping in the front look like they were lifted from the pages of Dwell. Sitting comfortably off the street, the front yard affords plenty of privacy. Convenient 3 off street parking in the back round out this home in the perfect location!2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1,236sf


Flintstone-esque house in Malibu up for sale.

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The one-bedroom, two-bathroom custom house, which has the interior ambience of a bright cave, has vaulted ceilings in the living and dining rooms, a fireplace and a wine cellar. Listed at 3.5 million.

Clark, 82, hosted “American Bandstand” for more than three decades starting in the ’50s as well as game shows and “The Dick Clark Show” (1958-60). His “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” show marked its 40th anniversary this year. He started Dick Clark Productions in 1957 and sold it in 2007 for $175 million.

Open House Sunday 1pm-4pm $399,000 Ranch Palos Verdes

BACK ON MARKET!! Upgraded 2 bedroom 2 bathroom end unit with view. Well maintained and in great condition. Ready to move-in. Conveniently located to main gate. Garage, pool and recreation room. This unit must sell… Make an offer right away… Seller motivated…

http://www.postlets.com/realestate/mini_385.php?pid=7035418

 

Cost Of Living 1975

How Much things cost in 1975

  • Average Cost of new house $39,300.00
  • Average Income per year $14,100.00
  • Average Monthly Rent $200.00
  • Cost of a gallon of Gas 44 cents
  • Average cost new car$4,250.00
  • Foster Grant Sun Glasses $5.00

“If you are in the market to purchase a new home on the Westside I can help you find the home of your dreams.  Just as long as your not dreaming about 1975 Prices”

Noah Walsh DRE# 01908090  – Noah@westsideluxeliving.com

If you ever wondered “what does Noah think is Cool”? Wonder no more…This is it!

I posted this house/ Compound a few months back.  It almost sold a few times but Guess What?  It’s back!  I am officially in love with it.  Am I worried about a contamination?  Obviously not.  I drink Los angeles Tap water straight from the faucet just to toughen up my immune system.  I can see myself living here if I don’t sell it first.  Here are a few features compliments of Curbed la……

Well, well, if it isn’t the Lookout Mountain Laboratory. In the 1940s, this Laurel Canyon compound served as headquarters for a secret corp of filmmakers who documented nuclear explosions for the US military. Featuring eight bedrooms, twelve baths, several galleries, a theater, soundstage, and “free form pool and waterfall,” the 1.4 acre property came onto the market for $6.3 million back in September 2010 (shortly after its history was declassified). Since then, according to Redfin, the Wonderland Avenue compound has had two pending sales, but for whatever reason hasn’t closed the deal. It’s now been relisted at $5.75 million.