Real Estate can be just as hot as a hot guy or girl ... it can be love at first sight, some places can give you this cold attitude saying I am too good for you and you just want to run the other way, sometines you just see the potential that other people do not see and you end up making the best story ever. Some people, so poor, that all they have is money will keep on spending without creating a connection leaving their other-estate-half empty of their presence and emotions most of the time (that would be the real-estate-story of LA) of course a home is just material but it is also a place where you create and experience all sorts of emotions, pain, joy, hate, hanger, bliss, doubt, happiness ...
My rule is always not to be attached to any material things but it does not mean that I do not like beautiful or comfortable things. I just don't try to make a big deal out of it.
That being said one of the things that passionate me in Los Angeles (among many other things such as social behavior of the angelinos) is real estate. As I have said before sometimes I do feel like this city is so poor that all its have is money making things unafordable but at the same time and irronically totally reachable.
Some people think that you need to put things out there to reach them, that is not really my phylosophy as I believe that things come to you when you are ready and not when you wish for them. Am I ready for a $28,800,000 home? Hell yes I am ;-)
Located on Sunset Plaza just behind one of the restaurants where Alek and I go at least once a week for lunch (convenient) this 8 beds 8.5 bath with infinity pool and Guest House can be yours or ours for a little under $30 million. Remember, money has no value :/
"California modern allure draped in sophistication and delight, while conveying an unmistakable sense of strength, volume and boldness."
This modern estate was designed by Belzberg architects, the only thing I would complain about would be the lack of view, yeah you kinda see some of the top trees and the city lights from the second floor but for that price I am talking bird's eye view with infinity pool.
But some people don't mind the limited views and do not like driving up those awful streets above the Plaza (I am one of them) I am more a Doheny drive kind of guy, smooth all the way up. it could be the most amazing house but if you give me a street with pot holes all over and electric clables making you feel like you are lost in some underdeveloped country and I am out of here.
So yes if I had to spend $30 million cash (you don't want to take a morgage on that ...) this house will be a strong contender ;-)
+ 1232 SUNSET PLAZA Dr Los Angeles