Luxury Real Estate is currently taking reservations for the spring issue of their magazine.
Rodeo Realty agents interested in advertising through the award-winning publication must reserve by January 27. All materials are due by January 31. The magazine is set for the end of March.
Significant Sale Spot + Agent Spot: $475 (regular $590)
Significant Sale Spot + Agent Spot + Full Page + FREE Standard Feature Property of the Week on LuxuryRealEstate.com
Board of Regents Discount: $2,595 (regular 3,580)
Agent Spot + Full Page
Board of Regents Discount: $2,395 (regular $2,890)
2-Page Spread Advertorial
Board of Regents Discount: $4,390 (regular $4,990)
If interested, contact Luxury Real Estate’s Brandie Holmes at 206-695-4843. You can also email her at email@example.com
Below is also more information on Luxury Real Estate Magazine:
Don’t miss out on the Fall/Winter issue of Luxury Real Estate Magazine! Published only three times a year, this coffee-table-quality publication reaches a high-net worth audience through worldwide distribution of 50,000+ copies!
The issue is sent to many of the world’s most affluent households and individuals, each magazine showcases luxury homes from the finest national and international real estate specialists.
Issue – Fall/Winter 2016
Print Date – November 1st
Materials due – October 3, 2016
Limited space available!
MAGAZINE PRICING DETAILS:
Full Page – $2,495 (1-4 properties OR Branding Ad OR Agent Page)
Inside Cover – $2,995
Back Inside Cover – $2,995
Back Cover -$3,495
Half Page $1,255 (1-2 properties)
Quarter Page – $655
Agent Spot – $395
Significant Sale – $195
To view Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate’s 2016 Summer Issue, click here: http://www.luxuryrealestate.com/magazine
If you have any further questions or want to reserve space, contact our LUXRE Membership Manager, Brandie Holmes at 206.695.4843. You can also reach her at Bholmes@luxre.com
One of the great things about Los Angeles is that in just a few miles you can escape the city and experience a whole other way of life. The beauty and relaxation of the American West is alive and well at Peacock Hill Ranch, a horse lover’s dream. Down the road from the Angeles National Forest and bordering miles of trails at Hansen Dam, it’s hard to believe this 7-acre idyllic country escape is just 30 minutes from all the city of LA has to offer.
Built in 1939, owned by the daughter of the original Sky King and once home to a steed named Silver of The Lone Ranger fame, this sprawling residential compound with a working horse ranch is a private Ponderosa of Hollywood history.
Enjoy pastoral panoramas from every vantage point of this expansive property. A serene hillside pasture is the breathtaking backdrop for the rambling main residence and two guesthouses that are designed in a sophisticated hunting lodge-style. Warm and rustic materials like redwood, brick, slate and wrought iron compliment the natural environment. Flagstone steps lead to a swimming pool surrounded by mature trees and landscaping.
Design elements that enhance the western ambiance include an antlered entry portico, peg-and-groove hardwood flooring, exposed beams and columns, carved corbels, skylights, adobe fireplace, vaulted ceiling, and custom vanities. French doors throughout open to wraparound redwood decking and each window frames a captivating picture. A country chef’s kitchen with Viking appliances, a romantic master suite with fireside lounge area, a generous dining room, en-suite guest quarters and snooker room make this showplace an entertainer’s delight as well as a private retreat.
The full-service boarding and training facilities include: a Main Barn with 7 Stalls and 5 Paddocks; a Shed Row Barn with 8 Stalls; 26 Sheltered Pipe Corrals; 5 Tack Rooms and 3 Sheds; 1 Grain Room; 2 Hay Barns; 3 Round Pens; 100 x 200 lit Arena; 4 acres of fenced pastures; wash rack; foaling stall. A conditional use permit for 100 horses and 501c(3) equine sanctuary designation offers a “stable” investment opportunity at this one-of-a-kind horse heaven. Peacock Hill is listed with Rodeo Realty’s Hope Faust. See full details at http://www.10330mcbroom.com/
Spring is here and we are all dreaming of time by the water. The writers at L.A. Confidential are no exception and they recently rounded up a tempting list of homes that would be the ideal place to spend the warm weather. One of them was Nanette Marchand’s listing on Linda Isle in Newport Beach. Linda Isle is a 24-hour guard gated community that offers privacy and exclusivity.
The five-bedroom estate was built in the 1970’s for Robert & Shirlee Guggenheim and was designed for entertaining with an enviable waterfront location that is only enhanced by a lagoon style pool & spa. The home has 105 feet of water frontage with a private pier.
The unique master suite offers breathtaking views of the Main Channel, Coastline & Pacific Ocean and features a cozy morning room with fireplace and dressing area. The home is being delivered fully furnished and turnkey. For more information visit the property listing.
Renting a room or apartment in a luxury home can be the best of both worlds, it’s a chance to experience a beautiful way of living without paying the full mortgage.
The Wall Street Journal recently ran a story on the phenomenon of luxury home owners sharing their homes with tenants. The lead image of the story featured Rodeo Realty Calabasas agent Ron Tanzman, who rents a part of his 6,500-square-foot Mediterranean home in Calabasas to an attorney who pays rent and a portion of utilities.In the article Ron highlights the benefits of the arrangement: “It’s a big house, so it’s kind of nice to have the company.” His renter Lori Amedei also looks in on his dogs.
Southern California is home to a wide variety of attractive and compelling architectural styles but one of the enduring favorites has to be Craftsman homes. Beloved by both traditionalists and hipsters alike, the Craftsman offers cozy and comfortable living space that never feels dated.
Jon Lichterman and his listing of a Craftsman home in the Hollywood Hills East area were featured on HGTV’s Front Door in a story focusing on curb appeal for Craftsman style homes. The writer on the story contacted Jon because of the charming front porch of his listing which features two rocking chairs. Jon advised the reporter that using traditional furnishings such as these can increase the charm of these classic homes. The listing on a large street-to-street lot in the Cahuenga Corridor of Hollywood Hills has been remodeled yet still maintains its original charm. It has updated kitchen and baths as well as a master bedroom with a private bath. It is listed for $759,000.
Spring is nearly here across the country and everyone is thinking about their backyards. Reuters recently ran a piece on the value of patios. In the last few years outdoor space has become more and more important to people, especially in Southern California. Here, outdoor space can often serve as additional entertaining and play space year round. Popular additions include landscaping and pergolas as well as outdoor fireplaces, barbecues, and complete summer kitchens. Television and sound systems that can easily be moved to the yard have also become increasingly popular.
Reuters recently ran a piece focusing on the value of patios to homeowners and Rodeo Realty agent Ben Salem was one of the experts they turned to. Ben pointed out that money spent on an outdoor patio doesn’t just provide enjoyment for the owners, it also adds value when it comes time to sell. As Ben told Reuters: “If the patio costs $12,000 to $20,000, you’ll probably get $40,000 back as long as it’s big enough to put some tables and chairs out there.”
The outdoor entertainment area shown above is from Ben’s luxury property listed in Calabasas.
Film producer Megan Ellison (she’s a producer on “American Hustle” among many other credits) is also a mover and shaker on the real estate scene and Rodeo Realty agent Ben Bacal helped her with some of the biggest transactions in the Los Angeles area. As the Los Angeles Times reported, first Ellison sold her three-house compound in Hollywood Hills West for close to $47 million, and now she has spent $20 million on a mansion and $10 million on adjacent land to create a nine-acre mountaintop estate in the same community. Ellison’s new retreat includes a contemporary house built in 1990 that has over 10,000 square feet of spa.
It was a great month full of celebrity listings, community involvement, agent accomplishments and more. Read all about it in the Rodeo Realty Journal.