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Pacific Palisades

The Perfect Beach Oasis

Located between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, the Pacific Palisades offers stunning coastal views and multiple hiking trails. Ideal for anyone who loves the great outdoors, the ritzy neighborhood is adjacent to Santa Monica. Pass the time by playing volleyball and swimming at Will Rogers State Park, or by heading to the farmers market to pick up fresh produce for dinner. Known for its sense of community and small-town feel, the Pacific Palisades luxury real estate is made up of multimillion-dollar ocean view homes and mansions. Pacific Palisades real estate tends to attract celebrities and you’ll also find residents who’ve lived there for many years. The median price per square feet is $939 and the average listing price for a single-family house is $2.6 million.

What to Love:

  • The Getty Villa: One of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Getty Villa shows of Roman antiquities and manicured gardens.

  • Will Rogers State Beach: Will Rogers’ former ranch has found new life as a state park. Extending for 1-3/4 miles along the shore, this sugary beach is a go-to spot for swimming and sunbathing. 

  • Eames House: Distinguished as a landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture, this home is a must-see for architecture buffs.

  • The Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine: With a temple, shrine, and meditation garden, this quiet enclave was designed for reflection, prayer, and meditation.

  • Restaurant: 

  • Mastro’s Ocean Club, an American steakhouse famous for its steaks and its notable seafood selection as well.

  • The Hungry Cat is a delicious seafood restaurant with a striking cocktail menu.

  • Gladstone’s is a local favorite, with an outdoor oceanfront seating patio, this restaurant offers a mean clam chowder.

  • Sam’s by the Beach offers a quality selection of dishes and desserts. Its smaller location allows for a cozy ambiance, that goes along with the great service and delicious drinks. 

  • Schools:


  • Palisades Charter Elementary School, grades K-5

  • Marquez Avenue Elementary School, grades K-5

  • Paul Revere Charter Middle School, grades 6-8

  • Palisades Charter High School, grades 9-12

  • Private:

  • Carlthorp School, grades K-6

  • Curtis School, grades K-6

  • John Thomas Dye School, grades K-6

  • St. Matthew’s Parish School, grades PK-8

  • Marlborough School, grades 7-12

  • Harvard-Westlake School, grades 7-12

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