Pacific Palisades

Pacific Palisades is an affluent residential community in Los Angeles, bordered by the Santa Monica Mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. Though part of a large, major city, Pacific Palisades is known for feeling like a small town with a tight knit community. Residents enjoy the hilly topography and the beautiful hiking and mountain biking trails that wind through it.All Pacific Palisades Homes for Sale

Living in Pacific Palisades is highly desirable, with a luxury real estate market and a quiet atmosphere that appeal to many celebrities. It is also a beautiful place to raise a family, with carefully protected natural areas and beaches, as well as excellent schools and kid-friendly amenities. It is one of the few communities in the Los Angeles area that has a small town feel, and here it is married with the luxury of the best Los Angeles has to offer.

Things to Do in Pacific Palisades

Access a 22 mile beachfront bike path from Will Rogers State Beach, extending nearly 2 miles along the coastline with water that is perfect for swimming and body surfing. You will also find volleyball courts, a playground, and gymnastic equipment at this beach, which happens to be a filming location of many iconic movies. Will Rogers State Beach is known to be a bit more quiet and less crowded than neighboring beaches in Santa Monica or Malibu.

Temescal Gateway Park in Pacific Palisades is a beautiful natural reserve filled with hiking trails and natural flora and fauna. The 114 acre park is a favorite location for Los Angeles residents, featuring a trails of varying lengths and difficulty, picnic tables and grassy areas, restrooms, meeting rooms, an auditorium, and classrooms. Residents enjoy many education programs throughout the year in the park, as well as a conference and retreat center with overnight accommodations.

Also located in Pacific Palisades is The Getty Villa, not to be confused with The Getty Museum that is also located in Los Angeles. The Getty Villa was established before the museum, and is open to the public for free, showcasing art, sculptures, and gardens from 7,000 years of human history from the Stone Age to the fall of the Roman Empire.

For beachside dining, look no further than Gladstones. The iconic fixture of the community is known for spectacular ocean views, perfect margaritas, and delicious fresh food.

Palisades Village is a beautiful upscale shopping center in the heart of Pacific Palisades with over 40 boutiques and eateries. One local favorite is McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream, where guests enjoy award winning treats made from scratch with grass fed milk and locally sourced ingredients.

Schools in Pacific Palisades

Public schools in Pacific Palisades are a part of Los Angeles Unified School District. It is one of the largest and most well resourced districts in the nation, and the specific schools in Pacific Palisades have excellent reputations.

If you prefer a private education for your children, you will also find an extensive array of private school choices in the area, including options focused on performing arts, college prep, special education, and more.

Pacific Palisades Real Estate

Pacific Palisades is a luxury market, with homes beginning around $1.5 million and ranging as high as $50 million. The majority of Pacific Palisades properties are large detached single family homes, but there are a few condos and townhomes in the area. On the lowest end of the market you will find small condos with one bedroom and one bathroom around $900,000. If you are in search of a grand house with ocean views to suit a multi million dollar budget, Pacific Palisades has properties that will wow and inspire you.

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