The Pacific Palisades is an affluent residential neighborhood tucked between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Temescal Gateway Park offers hiking trails with sweeping coastline views, and the sandy Will Rogers State Beach provides access to a 22-mile beachfront bike path. Landmarks include the sumptuous Getty Villa museum showcasing Greek and Roman antiquities, and the mid-century modern Eames House
“Where the mountains meet the sea”, as the saying goes of the Pacific Palisades. Pacific Palisades is a primarily residential area made up of large and luxurious estates and other smaller, historically significant homes. There is a charming and vibrant business district located along Sunset Boulevard that locals refer to as “The Village” because of its quaint and classic quality which locally owned and unique markets, shops, and boutiques – which contribute to the small town feel of this affluent community. The Palisades is divided into several neighborhoods including Huntington Palisades, the Alphabet Streets, and the Riviera neighborhood which is home to the prestigious Riviera Country Club. The vistas from the hills and bluffs of the Palisades are nearly unequaled and the mountains harbor some of the city’s best hiking and recreational trails, including Will Rogers State Park, Temescal Canyon, and Santa Ynez Canyon Park. The iconic television program Baywatch was filmed on the picturesque beaches of Will Rogers State Beach, which is along the Pacific Palisades coastline. Access to other fashionable areas of Los Angeles, like Brentwood, Beverly Hills, the Sunset Strip, and Hollywood are all just minutes away down the ever popular Sunset Boulevard.
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