Meet Suzanne

Teles Brentwood agent Suzanne Dranow recently closed a deal at $18.5 million in Bel-Air and we thought this was a good opportunity to ask her some questions about her business and her start in real estate.  Tell us about your real estate beginnings.  “I got my start in real estate when I was living in London. There’s a huge ex- [Read more…]

Teles Becomes Part of Douglas Elliman

Exciting news!  More great opportunities and a fantastic advantage for my clients on both coasts.

Making Bids on Homes– Sight Unseen

suzannedranowStudies are showing that luxury buyers are more likely to bid on homes without seeing them.  Millennials are setting the pace.  Interesting article…


Beautiful New Listing in Westlake Village!

Gorgeous 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath quiet cul-de-sac home in Braemar/North Ranch in Westlake Village.  Recently remodeled with over $200,000 in fantastic upgrades that include rich hardwood flooring, floor to ceiling temperature controlled wine closet with glass enclosure, custom lighting and hardware throughout the over 3500 sq ft of interior space.  The dramatic entry boasts a grand foyer, soaring ceilings and spiral staircase. Large windows bring in amazing light, and a formal dining room with tall French doors leads to a patio and breakfast area. The downstairs features a large chef’s kitchen, a family room with fireplace, one bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a powder room, laundry, and an oversized 3 car garage. Upstairs highlights include an oversized master suite with private hillside views, a spacious walk-in closet, skylights, and romantic fireplace, three additional spacious bedrooms with two bathrooms.

From the impressive entry to the quiet and private backyard this home is truly one to be seen.  $1,449,000Suzanne Dranow Westlake Village

City of Dreams

Suzanne DranowLos Angeles is the city of dreams, which makes me wonder what some people are smoking before going to bed. 
Case in point, Bruce Makowsky’s $250,000,000 listing in Bel Air. 
In case your eyes are getting lost amongst all those zeros, that number is two hundred fifty million dollars… If the absurdity of it all hasn’t kicked in, that equals one quarter of a billion dollars. For a house.

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