Homes for Sale in Pacific Palisades

Pacific Palisades CA

Search all Pacific Palisades houses for sale and real estate listings. Pacific Palisades is an affluent neighborhood on the Westside of Los Angeles offering an active outdoor lifestyle while still maintaining an easy drive to everything the City of Los Angeles has to offer.

Pacific Palisades’ commercial core, Palisades Village, has a small-town feel. Residents love the local boutiques, specialty shops, and a weekly farmer’s market. Pacific Palisades real estate includes many styles of homes including Spanish Colonial Revival, Mid-Century Modern, and Contemporary architecture. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Pacific Palisades properties come on the market.

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Pacific Palisades, CA

Pacific Palisades is located within the 90272 zip code and is bordered by Brentwood to the east; Santa Monica to the southeast; the Pacific Ocean to the south; Malibu and Topanga to the west; Topanga State Park, the Santa Monica Mountains, Mulholland Drive, Encino, and Tarzana to the north.

Neighborhoods within Pacific Palisades include: Palisades Highlands, which is divided into Country Estates, Palisades Hills, The Summit, and Lower Highlands; The Riviera; The Huntington; The Alphabet Streets; The Bluffs; Marquez Knolls; Castellammare; Brentwood Park; Pacific View Estates; Rustic Canyon; Sunset Mesa; The Village; The Via Mesa; and El Medio Mesa.

Parks in Pacific Palisades:

  • Palisades Park
  • Will Rogers State Historic Park and Polo Club
  • Rustic Canyon Park
  • Temescal Canyon Park

Famous Pacific Palisades Estates and Homes:

  • 199 Chautauqua Boulevard (a.k.a. West House): Case Study House No. 18A. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Architect: Rodney Walker
  • 203 Chautauqua Boulevard (a.k.a. Eames House): Case Study House No. 8. The 1949 home and studio of husband-and-wife design pioneers Charles and Ray Eames. Designated on National Register of Historic Places, National Historic Landmark, and Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #381. Architects: Charles and Ray Eames.
  • 205 Chautauqua Boulevard (a.k.a. Entenza Home): Case Study House No. 9. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Architects: Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen
  • 219 Chautauqua Boulevard (a.k.a. Stuart Bailey House): Case Study House No. 20A. Home of Sam Simon. Architect: Richard Neutra
  • 652 Chautauqua Boulevard: 2010. Architects: Richard Keating (conception) and Steven Giannetti
  • 14800 Corona Del Mar (a.k.a. Sam Simon Estate): Two home estate includes Richard Neutra's 1948 Bailey House (Case Study House #20) and a 2010 LEED Certified Gold contemporary home. The Bailey House was restored by the architecture firm Marmol Radziner and the renovation earned a Santa Monica Conservancy Renovation Award
  • 715 Brooktree Road (a.k.a. Kappe Residence): Designated a City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 623 and named one of the top ten all-time homes in Los Angeles by an LA Times panel of experts. Architect: Raymond Kappe
  • 766 Paseo Miramar (a.k.a. Troxell House): Former home of Kazuaki Kiriya. Architect: Richard Neutra
  • 17985 Pacific Coast Highway (a.k.a. Getty Villa): Architects: J. Paul Getty and Norman Neuerburg
  • 1080 Ravoli Drive: Case Study House. Architect: Raphael Soriano
  • 1550 San Remo Drive: Former home of Thomas Mann
  • 520 Paseo Miramar (a.k.a. Villa Aurora): An artists residence and historic landmark located in the former home of exiled German-Jewish writer Lion Feuchtwanger. Architect: Mark Daniels
  • 770 Paseo Miramar: 2014 Contemporary architectural home. Architect: Anthony Zubrick
  • 13908 Sunset Boulevard (a.k.a. Parra House): 1956 Mid-Century Modern architectural home. Architect: Edward Fickett
  • 14014 Sunset Boulevard: 1956 Mid-Century Modern architectural home. Architects: Buff, Straub, and Hensman
  • 14148 Sunset Boulevard (a.k.a. Alfred Newman Estate): Once owned by Diane Keaton. Architect: Lloyd Wright
  • 14209 Sunset Boulevard: Former home of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver
  • 17190 Sunset Boulevard (a.k.a. Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine): A 10-acre spiritual center founded in 1950 by Paramahansa Yogananda, whose classic book "Autobiography of a Yogi" introduced many Westerners to yoga and Eastern mysticism
  • 932 Rivas Canyon Road: 2009 Contemporary Architectural. Former home of Rihanna
  • 16670 Via La Costa: Former home of Chris Bosh. Donald Glover, a.k.a. "Childish Gambino," rented the home to record his album Because the Internet
  • 17575 Pacific Coast Highway: 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival. Former home of Thelma Todd
  • 711 Muskingum Avenue: 1946 post and beam home. Architect: Cliff May
  • 16544 Akron Street: 2008 architectural home. Architects: Predock Frane Architects
  • 14100 Rustic Lane (a.k.a. Alfred Newman Estate): 1948 Mid-Century Modern architectural home. Architect: Llyod Wright
  • 250 Trino Way (a.k.a. Hees House): 1950 Mid-Century Modern architectural home. Architect: Richard Neutra
  • 1300 Monument Street: 1955 Mid-Century architectural home in the post and beam style. Engineers: Pollack & Kahn

Notable and Celebrity Pacific Palisades Residents (Past and Present):

  • J. Paul Getty: American Industrialist, Founder of Getty Oil Company, and at one point the wealthiest private citizen in the world. Established the J. Paul Getty Trust, the world's wealthiest art institution
  • Anthony Quinn: Actor
  • Anthony Hopkins: Actor
  • Jerry Lewis: Comedian, Actor, and Filmmaker
  • Martin Short: Comedian, Actor, Writer, and Producer
  • Diane Keaton: Actress, Screenwriter, Producer, and Director
  • Adam Sandler: Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter, and Producer
  • Nicole Kidman: Actress
  • Kate Hudson: Actress. Daughter of Goldie Hawn
  • John Mayer: Musician
  • Sam Simon: Writer, Producer, Director, Co-Creator of The Simpsons, Boxing Manager, and Poker Player
  • Sugar Ray Leonard: Former World Champion and Hall of Fame Boxer
  • Kobe Bryant: NBA Player with the Los Angeles Lakers
  • Vlade Divac: Former NBA Player with the Los Angeles Lakers
  • James Worthy: Hall of Fame NBA Payer with the Los Angeles Lakers
  • Chevy Chase: Comedian and Actor
  • Ted Knight: Actor
  • Tommy Chong: Comedian and Actor
  • Dan Aykroyd: Comedian, Actor, and Screenwriter
  • John Goodman: Actor
  • Hilary Swank: Actress
  • Dom DeLuise: Comedian, Actor, Producer, Director, Chef, and Author
  • Buckminster Fuller: Architect, Inventor, Designer, Author, Futurist, Systems Theorist, and Former President of Mensa
  • Adam West: Actor
  • Vin Scully: Baseball Announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers
  • J.J. Abrams: Screenwriter, Producer, and Director
  • Patti Davis: Actress and Memoirist. Daughter of President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan
  • Ronald Reagan: 40th President of the United States, Politician, and Actor
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger: Bodybuilder, Actor, Businessman, Politician, and Former Governor of California
  • Maria Shriver: Journalist and Member of the Kennedy Family
  • Tom Hanks: Actor, Director, and Producer
  • Rita Wilson: Actress and Producer
  • Ben Affleck: Actor, Director, and Producer
  • Jennifer Garner: Actress
  • Judd Apatow: Producer, Screenwriter, and Director
  • Leslie Mann: Actress
  • Jamie Lee Curtis: Actress
  • Christopher Guest: Director
  • Brad Hall: Actor, Director, and Television Writer
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Actor
  • Brad Paisley: Country Musician
  • Kimberly Williams-Paisley: Actress
  • Dennis Wilson: Musician and Founding Member of the Beach Boys
  • Mike Love: Musician and Original Member of the Beach Boys
  • Thomas Mann: Novelist, Short Story Writer, Essayist, and Nobel Laureate
  • Jeffrey Tambor: Actor
  • Chris O' Donnell: Actor
  • Joan Rivers: Comedian and Television Personality
  • Bob Saget: Comedian and Actor
  • Larry David: Comedian, Actor, Writer, and Producer
  • Charles and Ray Eames: Husband and Wife Designers who made significant contributions to the fields of architecture and furniture design. Their architectural designs fall under the International Style of Modernism
  • Stephen Kanner: Modernist Architect and Co-Founder of the A+D Museum
  • Brad Grey: Chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures and Producer
  • Steve Guttenberg: Actor
  • Alexandra Paul: Actress
  • Michael Newman: Former Lifeguard who was a technical advisor and played himself on Baywatch
  • Stevie Nicks: Singer-Songwriter and Member of Fleetwood Mac
  • Lorenzo Lamas: Actor
  • Johnny Hallyday: Singer and Actor
  • Kazuaki Kiriya: Director
  • Emile Hirsch: Actor
  • Mel Blanc: Actor
  • Chris Carter: Television Writer, Director, and Producer
  • Martin Cohan: Television Writer and Producer
  • Doug McClure: Actor
  • Peter Graves: Actor
  • Eddie Albert: Actor
  • Nancy Meyers: Screenwriter, Director, and Producer
  • Bert Convy: Actor and Game Show Host
  • Carole Landis: Actress
  • Steve Bellamy: Founder of the Ski Channel and The Tennis Channel
  • Ted McGinley: Actor
  • Arthur Hill: Actor
  • Thelma Todd: Actress
  • Lionel Atwill: Actor
  • Randy Newman: Musician
  • Richard Boone: Actor
  • John Raitt: Actor and Singer. Father of Bonnie Raitt
  • Francis X. Bushman: Actor, Screenwriter, and Director
  • Lion Feuchtwanger: Writer
  • James Whale: Director and Actor
  • Poppy Montgomery: Actress
  • Gavin McLeod: Actor
  • Patrick McGoohan: Actor
  • Konrad Kellen: Intelligence Analyst
  • Karen Kane: Fashion Designer
  • Vivian Vance: Actress and Singer
  • Nanette Fabray: Actress, Comedian, Singer, and Dancer
  • Rita Moreno: Singer, Dancer, and Actress
  • Joseph Morgan Henninger: Artist
  • James Robert Baker: Writer
  • Sylvia Juncosa: Guitarist