Welcome to the Hollywood Riviera

The best-kept secret in Southern California and one of the most desirable places to live in the world

Welcome to the Hollywood Riviera

The best-kept secret in Southern California and one of the most desirable places to live in the world

Local's Guide

Perfect weather, fresh air & the Pacific Ocean are an everyday pleasure for those of us who live in the Hollywood Riviera

Unique Locales

World-class beachfront location, charming Riviera Village shopping area, tree-lined streets, & the Riviera Village to shop or dine

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Move-up, scale down or find the ocean-view Hollywood Riviera home you’ve always dreamed of you're a click away!

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About Me

I’ve represented more buyers and sellers in the Hollywood Riviera than any other Realtor

Explore the Hollywood Riviera

The Hollywood Riviera, the iconically gorgeous area adjacent to Torrance, South Redondo Beach and Palos Verdes Estates, remains much like it was when Clifford F. Reid originally developed this parcel of 604 acres back in 1927. In Clifford F. Reid’s eye, the area looked similar to the French Riviera, which he had visited on vacation.

Girl window shopping in Redondo Beach

Shop ’Til You Drop in Redondo Beach

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Riviera Village Looking to Palos Verdes hillside - Shot by DIGS

Riviera Village: A South Bay Best-Kept Secret

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Things to Do at the Redondo Beach Pier

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Clifford F. Reid was also entranced by the movie industry, and envisioned the Hollywood Riviera area south of Redondo Beach as being a natural set location for the Hollywood silver screens  hence the name Hollywood Riviera was born.

Roaring 20's

The first home in the Hollywood Riviera was Clifford F. Reid’s own, a stately Italian-Mediterranean mansion constructed in 1928 on Monte D’Oro, and still a beauty.

1928

In 1930, The Hollywood Riviera Beach Club was constructed at the site where Miramar Park (also called Dolphin Park for the dolphin statues) now sits.

1930

The Hollywood Riviera Beach Club was destroyed in a fire in 1955, which is why the beach area just below Miramar Park is often called “Burn Out Beach” by locals.

1955

106 Via Sevilla view

Though the Great Depression left the Hollywood Riviera in limbo through the mid-1930s, the end of the World War II brought an increase in development as more homes were built.

Post-War

Your Guide

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Igor Nastaskin

RE/MAX Estate Properties

If you’re looking to buy or sell a home in the Hollywood Riviera or any other South Bay city – including the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Torrance, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach or Manhattan Beach – you’ve come to the right place. I live in the Hollywood Riviera and have sold more homes here than any other Realtor since 2001.

In fact, I have been...

   The #1 Realtor in the Hollywood Riviera for 14 out of the last 17 years, including 2012-2019
   The #1 Producer in sales volume for the Malaga Cove office for 2015-2018
   In the Top 3% of Individual Producers at RE/MAX Estate Properties

Your Best Move

Palos Verdes Peninsula, Torrance, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach or Manhattan Beach