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PACIFIC PALISADES: Where the mountains meet the sea.
Set between Santa Monica and Malibu upon 3 miles of bluffs above the Pacific, the sweeping views of Santa Monica Bay take your breath away. In the midst of all the splendor and affluence, there is quaint small town atmosphere, sought after by young families and professionals who live here. The Village at the center of town, with its small shops, cafes, and narrow streets, reflects a down-home, relaxed way of life, passionately protected by local community groups. The combination of safe streets, some of the finest public schools in the city, and a beautiful environment are key in attracting high caliber residents, and maintaining the value of the community.
There is a wide variety of choices when it comes to homes and neighborhoods. Palisades Highlands is a somewhat self-contained neighborhood of condos and smaller homes, with its own recreation center and shopping area. The Alphabet Streets south of Sunset, are some of the earliest in The Palisades history, named after Methodist missionaries, they harken back to the tradition of the first Methodist settlers of the area. The smaller lots and family homes are a fun destination for Halloween trick or treaters. Also to the south of Sunset, is Huntington Palisades, a more suburban feeling neighborhood. Divided north and south is the posh section of Palisades Riviera, whose streets are named after the French and Italian Riviera, and is home to the Riviera Country Club. Marquez Knolls, father west on the mountain upslopes, is the site of larger estates with magnificent views.
The world famous Getty Villa (former home of J. Paul Getty and the Getty Museum collection), and the Charles and Ray Eames are notable art and design landmarks. Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica border some of LA’s favorite and most used parks. Rustic Canyon, including Uplifters Ranch, is a collection of small post-war cabins developed as second homes, borders the Will Rogers State Historic Park and Polo Fields. Temescal Canyon has barbecue pits, children’s play area and hiking trails, as do Santa Ynez Canyon Park and Rivas Canyon.
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