October 9th, 2014 at 10:00 am

October 16, 2014 – October 19, 2014

$20 online; $25 at the door

Barker Hangar
3021 Airport Avenue
Santa Monica CA

The WestEdge Design Fair features over 150 leading and emerging, domestic and international furnishings brands. Catering to both trade and consumers, the event offers a complete experience for attendees, including panel discussions and workshops, culinary activities, custom installations, and a series of special events. Click here for more information.

Event information provided by Angeleno.


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October 8th, 2014 at 10:00 am

AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2014

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties is again pleased to announce its participation and fundraising efforts for AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2014. The team is comprised of a dedicated group of agents, staff, affiliates, friends, family and others interested in supporting the cause.

Make a difference on Sunday, October 12th! Support the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties team by signing up to walk or by making a donation.

Remember, you don’t have to walk to participate. Head over to the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties team page to get involved.

Proceeds from AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2014 support the services provided by AIDS Project Los Angeles and more than 20 other AIDS service organizations throughout Los Angeles County. (more…)

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September 10th, 2014 at 11:30 am


Summer may be coming to a close, but the fun doesn’t stop at the L.A. County Fair. Now through September 28, you can visit the fair Wednesdays through Sundays (closed Mondays and Tuesdays). The fair features events that cater to all age groups and interests. Main attractions include The Farm, shopping, kids’ zone, the grandstand, and the home and garden area. Visit the fair website at for information about daily happenings and features.


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September 4th, 2014 at 10:00 am


Proudly offered by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties agents Simon Salloom and Tyson Park, for $7.995 million

Nestled on a hillside overlooking the Los Angeles basin, the Wolff Residence offers dramatic city views that span to the ocean. The residence was designed by John Lautner, FAIA, as his only homage to his mentor Frank Lloyd Wright and is often regarded by many architectural experts and aficionados as his finest work. The residence is an engineering tour de force marked by its use of geometric shapes and large scale, complemented by the extensive use of the architect’s signature Bouquet Canyon stone and hardwoods.

Surrounded by mature trees and set on an oversized lot with an extensive landscape design, the home was designed to merge seamlessly into the natural landscape. A beautiful example of Lautner’s uncompromising vision, the residence features a spectacular central atrium built around a large eucalyptus tree. The atrium is flanked by a dramatic stone “fortress” wall that was built at 45 degree angles so that it would support itself against seismic activity. In the adjacent living room, a wall of 16.5’ floor-to-ceiling windows and doors deliver breathtaking views of Los Angeles.

“This is an internationally renowned property by John Lautner, one of the most important figures in American architecture,” notes Salloom. “It is more than a house; it is one of the most important residences in the world ever offered for sale. The Wolff Residence represents a time when architects like Lautner were able to create uncompromising designs that would be difficult and/or cost prohibitive to build today.”

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July 29th, 2014 at 8:30 am

Water/RecycleIt’s no secret that California has been experiencing a record breaking drought. In fact San Diego County and parts of Orange County are currently classified as D3 on the drought scale and parts of Orange, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties are classified as D4. According to The National Drought Mitigation Center a D4 is considered the highest drought level possible.

In an effort to conserve water and prevent excessive waste the Governor asked California residents to reduce their water use by 20%; however, that goal remains unmet. To further conservation efforts The State Water Resources Control Board drafted emergency regulations. The new regulations prohibit the following water-related activities.

  • Overwatering of lawns (any watering that produces runoff onto sidewalks or streets)
  • Washing sidewalks or driveways
  • Using a hose to wash a vehicle without a shut-off nozzle
  • Using drinking water in a fountain or decorative water feature unless the water is recirculated

These regulations come with a fine of up to $500 per day and tickets will be distributed by law enforcement personnel. (more…)

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