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Where: Villa Sogno, MalibuAsking: Upon requestWhat: When you want to feel like you’re on top of the world, your home ought to reflect that. Set your sights on Villa Sogno, a freshly built 11,000 square foot Tuscan-style villa sitting beautifully on its own bluff along the Malibu Coast.

Design loves to celebrate what’s new, what’s smart, what’s functional and ultimately what’s undeniably beautiful.

Where: 33583 Mulholland Highway, MalibuAsking: $7,488,000What: Situated high above the city with remarkable views of the ocean and neighboring mountains, sits a 16 acre, 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom, 7,050 square foot masterpiece built by world-renowned Architect Ed Niles.

No one can deny that experience is everything these days. And no one knows that more than Elyse Walker, who’s just unveiled her second boutique in unapologetically chic Newport Beach.

Imagine a place right off of the Southern California coast. Now add in some high-level design, a wildly impressive art collection, a rooftop lounge with swings, a massive pool, and a few swan floaties. Sound like the beachside getaway you’ve been dreaming about? Wake up - it’s real.

A full home decor and lifestyle experience has just landed on Ocean Park Boulevard in Santa Monica.

Where: 457 Rockingham Ave, Brentwood ParkAsking: $19,950,000What: Not one to ever be outdone, Brentwood Park has an exclusive 1930’s estate on the market. The expansive property is aptly situated behind telling gates and beautifully manicured hedges.

If your life is truly about the moments and collecting experiences is what you live for, yours is not complete without a visit to the famous star-studded and recently refreshed spa, The Golden Door. Here is where you get the “Golden Door Glow” that everyone’s always raving about.

What: 7825 Torreyson Drive, Hollywood HillsAsking: $3,495,000What: LA has managed to capture a piece of the esteemed Hamptons vibe in Hollywood Hills.

Two words: Endless rose. Where? Herringbone Santa Monica. When? This weekend or the next or the next. Why?

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