Joyce Rey's Palisades listing featured in Architectural Digest

"Architectural Digest wrote a fabulous article on my listing at 14954 Corona del Mar — all about its rich history of the Hollywood elite." 


Here's what they wrote... 


If the walls of this home could talk, they would tell tales of the grand soirées held here, where Marilyn Monroe was a frequent guest. At the time, the Spanish-style estate, just minutes from Santa Monica and Malibu, was owned by actor Charles Laughton, who often played host to Old Hollywood elite.

Built in 1934, the mansion is perched atop a 200-foot bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Behind the ivy-covered façade is nearly 9,000 square feet of living space with hardwood floors, lofty ceilings, and arched doorways. Highlights include a formal living room with a fireplace and French doors that open to an outdoor entertaining area, a spacious family room, a generous kitchen, and an expansive media room with a bar area. There are also six bedrooms, including the master suite, which has another fireplace as well as a balcony with direct ocean views. Indeed, the views are the best feature of this residence–the 180-degree vistas span the Pacific from Palos Verdes to Malibu. A sprawling terrace, with endless space for living, dining, and entertaining, is the perfect place to take it all in (as Marilyn once did).Listed for $20 million, this 8,885-square-foot home has 6 bedrooms and 7.2 bathrooms.



Click here to read the full article in Architectural Digest.

With the sale of this home, Joyce will make a donation to one of the 20 Giveback Homes Build Projects throughout the world. #realestate #forsocialgood