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Pacific Palisades

A stunning and affluent town with private estates, the Pacific Palisades is charectarized by its stunning coastline views and secluded feel.


Stunning Coastline Living

A stunning and affluent town with private estates, the Pacific Palisades offers residents a unique sense of community and breathtaking coastline and city views. Against a stunning backdrop with vistas of the Santa Monica Mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and the beautiful canyons that run throughout the area, the Pacific Palisades is home to some of the most sought after real estate in Los Angeles.

Real Estate Insights

Featuring larger lots and estate-style homes, properties in the Pacific Palisades range from hillside residences to ocean view beach-cottage style houses. The privacy and large amounts of space and privacy attract many celebrities and prominent L.A. figures to this area. The median sale price in the Pacific Palisades is around $2.9 million.

People and Lifestyle

Located amid the Santa Monica Mountains, and bordering against the Pacific Ocean, The Pacific Palisades offer a great environment for families and business professionals alike. Just minutes from the city as well as the beach, this picturesque town includes 10 different schools, both public and private, gourmet restaurants, parks, shopping, and many local events. 
Some residents enjoy spending their weekends at the more secluded beaches closer to Malibu, while others head north into the mountains for hiking and breathtaking views over the city and the beautiful Pacific Ocean. With envy-worthy weather year round, it is difficult for residents to stay inside in the Pacific Palisades.

Insider Tips

The quaint downtown area of the Pacific Palisades is home to several cafes, dining, and shopping options. Closer to the ocean, you will find Gladstone’s along the PCH, an L.A. staple, as well as Sam’s by the Beach and Mastro’s Ocean Club. The Palisades is also home to the Getty Villa, a famous museum and cultural learning center. With beautiful gardens, extensive historical artifacts, and stunning views, The Getty Villa is a great place to spend an afternoon for both locals and tourists.

Many parks are also accessible from the Pacific Palisades, with the most famous one being Will Rogers State Park. Featuring canyon hikes with ocean views, this park is a great place not often frequented by tourists. Will Rogers State Beach is also a good option for locals to catch a wave or play beach volleyball away from the tourist crowds.

With such beautiful surroundings and breathtaking views the residents here are truly lucky to call it home.