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Among all iconic city in United States, Los Angeles alone commands the world’s sway of leading pop culture, a second largest city with nearly 4 million population. Thinking living in Los Angeles? No matter you are culture vulture or just a L.A. lover, her awesomeness proves that is a good move. Nice weather forces you having sunscreen all around the year and experiences the nicest random people. Overlooking mountains and sky with large coastal basin around California is possible by rolling your eyes around though you feel reluctant in exploring new places. L.A. fits all glutton’s desire to live in a city without crowds. Stars are practically everywhere in L.A. By moving in and becoming their neighbor, you can avoid gawking at celebrities like tourists or spotting like paparazzi.
Julia Roberts is renting out her Malibu home that she purchased in 2017. Roberts purchased the 1650 square feet ranch-style home for $3.895 million.
They include a dream home built by one of the peninsula's first developers on 3.17 acres land, an remarkable Rancho La Zaca, derived from an original 19th century Spanish Land Grant...
A game of bocce—on a private court just steps from a home filled with luxurious amenities—is the perfect way to pass the time during the last glorious weeks of summer and the first cool days of fall.
With design-forward hotels popping up on every corner of the globe, it can sometimes be hard to choose where to land—and even harder to leave at the end of your stay.
The average sale price for luxury homes nationwide fell 1.6% to $1.55 million in the first quarter of 2019, according to Redfin, the first quarterly decline in three years.
Marriott International Inc. is expanding its home-sharing business to the U.S., becoming the latest hotel operator to challenge Airbnb at its own game.