Pacific Palisades

Sitting at the mouth of the SantaYnez Canyon and overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Pacific Palisades is picturesque and made for the movies. That’s exactly what film director Thomas Ince felt and in 1911 he founded Inceville as a film factory. Only eleven years later, in 1922, the Southern Californian Methodist Episcopal Church and it’s Reverend Charles H. Scott bought the land as a religious retreat renamed Pacific Palisades. While many of the streets retain the names of Methodist missionaries, the tents and cabins have been replaced by luxury homes.   This seaside community is nestled between Topanga, Brentwood, and Santa Monica.  Aside from Sunset Boulevard, the main thoroughfare through the community, Pacific Palisades luxury homes are tucked behind small winding streets that line the canyons and overlook the Pacific Ocean.  There is also an exclusive guard gated private community which sits on the Western edge of Pacific Palisades with homes ranging from $2,000,000 to $35,000,000.

Live Map

This Live Map View updates every fifteen minutes to display the exact location of each premium listing in and around Pacific Palisades, California.  Drag and zoom in and out of the map as necessary and select blue and white property icons to view property details. Once open, scroll down to view slideshows, virtual tours, walking and driving distance to area amenities, and to schedule a showing.

Home Search

For a more targeted search enter your search criteria in the Pacific Palisades Home Search Tool above. This tool is integrated into satellite mapping and the live Multiple Listing Service feed. Select minimum and maximum price, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and square footage and all of the active listings in Pacific Palisades that match your search query will be displayed in real time. Listings are updated as they happen. Select a property to view details about your selection including photo gallery or to schedule a showing. To view area services within a short distance by foot or car from the property scroll to the bottom of the property page and view the “Walk Score”.

Schools

schoolsThe Los Angeles Unified School District governs the public schools that serve Pacific Palisades.  Residents are either assigned to Pacific Palisades Elementary School, Canyon Elementary School, or Marquez Elementary School. All residents are served by Revere Charter Middle School and Palisades Charter High School. There are six private schools in the area including Calvary Christian, (pictured), Village School, Corpus Christi, St. Matthew’s Parish School which includes preschool, Seven Arrow’s, and Westside Waldorf.

Commute

Pacific Palisades is accessed largely by Sunset Boulevard running East-West and the “PCH”, (Pacific Coast Highway), or US 1 running North-South along the coast.

Latest Listings in Pacific Palisades

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Dining and Shopping

Brentwood Country Mart shoppingWithin Pacific Palisades lies The Village, a small business district at Sunset Boulevard and Via de la Paz. Weekly farmers’ market, restaurants, cafés, and coffee shops along with boutiques, shops, banks, offices, and local events are all centered within The Village.   Residents also have access to most basic services including gas station, supermarket and coffee shop at the foot of Sunset Boulevard next to “the PCH”.

Entertainment

For the most part entertainment options exist in neighboring communities a short drive from Pacific Palisades including Brentwood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.

Parks and Recreation

Teles 106While golf can be had at the very private Riviera Country Club in neighboring Brentwood and hiking abounds in and around Pacific Palisades, the beaches of Santa Monica and Malibu beckon just a minute away. Santa Ynez Park, (pictured) is up Topanga and Potrero Canyon Park is set to open in 2015.