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My Beverly Hills: “Rich Kids” Roxy Sowlaty
My Beverly Hills: “Rich Kids” Roxy Sowlaty
There is no more famous zip code than 90210. The fi ve-digit combination instantly conjures up gilded images of palm tree-lined boulevards, luxury mansions, chic art galleries and wealthy, attractive people enjoying everything from champagne brunches to world-class shopping on Rodeo Drive. Roxy Sowlaty, a Beverly Hills-based interior designer and star of E!’s “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills,” represents the next
Cali Comparables (The Ultra-Luxury Edition): What $20 Million Buys You in Beverly Hills
Cali Comparables (The Ultra-Luxury Edition): What $20 Million Buys You in Beverly Hills
You set a certain budget for your house hunt—and you can’t go a penny over it. But what if you want to expand your search a wee bit beyond a specific neighborhood? We decided to play the comparison game by exploring what you can buy for a certain dollar value in various California neighborhoods in a new
Home of the Week: $37.5 Million Bel-Air Country Club Elegant Estate
Home of the Week: $37.5 Million Bel-Air Country Club Elegant Estate

Bel-Air Country Club is one of L.A.'s most exclusive private golf clubs. It's a high class world of wait lists, dress codes and cell phone rules with a member list reading like a who's who of Hollywood: Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise, Clint Eastwood and many more, reportedly. Carved into the canyon, the course is not only renowned for its verdant grounds and a diverse terrain, it's also illustrious in its history, since Howard Hughes famously landed his plane there when he was late for a golf dat

Home of the Week: Beverly Hills Celebrity Compound
Home of the Week: Beverly Hills Celebrity Compound
Our imagination is always intrigued when we come across a new Beverly Hills compound for sale, as we can only dream of the magical wonders that lie beyond the gate. You may not find the city of Oz at the end of this brick road, but you will locate wondrous adventure when you reach the
Home of the Week: Mid-Century Magic
Home of the Week: Mid-Century Magic
“Do people find houses? Or is it sometimes the other way around?” wondered writer Guy Trebay in an Architectural Digest article he penned about hotelier Jeff Klein’s 1951 cottage above the Sunset Strip. The answer, if met truthfully, was a little bit of both. Klein and his film producer husband John Goldwyn purchased the John Elgin Woolf-designed property