×

Contact

Contact Details
Hilton & Hyland
257 North Cañon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
CalBRE# 01160681

+1 310.278.3311
[email protected]
Online Inquiry
  • What are you interested in?
    • What are you interested in?
    • Selling
    • Buying
    • Media
    • Other
  • Our Story
  • Associates
  • Videos
  • Blog

  • Exclusive Properties
  • Search all Homes
  • Contact Us
LATEST

Luxury Real Estate News

Stay up-to-date on the most newsworthy real estate stories
  • Apr 15, 2019

    Habitat for Humanity Build Day 2019

    Last Friday, Hilton & Hyland staff met with the construction team from Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles at a build site located in Culver City. Dotted with traditional and Spanish-style residences as well as high rise condominiums, charming Culver City is a lively town of immense entrepreneurial spirit with galleries, shops, and cafes aplenty. A great place for professionals and families to settle down in, Culver City provides the perfect blend of gracious suburban comforts and urban living.

    READ MORE
  • Apr 10, 2019

    Enjoy Life Above it All in Trousdale Estates

    Originally part of the Doheny Ranch, Trousdale Estates is a treasure trove of architectural bliss stashed away in the hills north of Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills. In 1954, Paul Trousdale purchased 429 acres and began carefully carving out the 532 lots in the hillside that would later become Trousdale Estates.

    READ MORE
  • Apr 09, 2019

    The Los Angeles Times Reports Susan Smith Sets Most Expensive Home Sale in Santa Monica’s Palisades Beach

    Per the Los Angeles Times, Susan Smith’s 704 Palisades Beach Road is the highest price paid for a single-family home in the small beachfront neighborhood in seven years. Sold nearly $2 million over asking at $9.975 million, the contemporary Spanish colonial home is truly one of a kind.

    READ MORE
  • Apr 03, 2019

    Welcome to Sierra Towers: A West Hollywood Haven for Celebrities and the Elite

    Designed by renowned contemporary architect, Jack A. Charney, a student of Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler, Sierra Towers is a stylish midcentury high-rise located just off of the famed Doheny Drive. Originally built in 1965 as an apartment building, “The Spoon Apartment Building,” Sierra Towers offers what no other high rise in the city can. Standing at 32 stories tall, the luxury condo building provides unobstructed views of the ocean, mountains, and skyline.

    READ MORE
  • Apr 02, 2019

    The LA Times Spotlights Designer Donna Livingston’s Chic Beverly Hills Post Office Abode

    The LA Times reports interior designer to the stars, Donna has created a warm and inviting retreat with great scale, light, and exceptional attention to detail currently represented by Hilton & Hyland’s Zach Goldsmith. Completely reimagined, the hotel-like sprawling Traditional in the estates section of Benedict Canyon boasts sophisticated style, elegance, and Zen tranquility throughout.

    READ MORE
  • Mar 27, 2019

    Drew Fenton and Gary Gold Present Lloyd Wright’s Newman Residence, 1948

    Behold The Newman Residence, 1948, designed by legendary architect Lloyd Wright. A masterpiece of organic mid-century modernism, the historic estate was recently renovated and lovingly restored by Diane Keaton.

    READ MORE
  • Mar 25, 2019

    Hilton & Hyland's Single Office Leads the Entire Los Angeles Luxury Residential Market

    In 2018, we saw the Los Angeles luxury market continue to perform as record breaking sales hit the books. Most notably, a confidential $110 Million transaction in Malibu broke the Playboy Mansion’s previous record as the most expensive residential sale in the history of Los Angeles. Hilton & Hyland are proud to have represented the sellers of both historic transactions.

    READ MORE
  • Mar 14, 2019

    The Influence of the LA Landscape on Case Study Homes

    When it comes to Los Angeles real estate, there is no shortage of diverse architecture styles ranging from Spanish Colonial Revival to Neoclassical Italian Renaissance. But as far as important American contributions to Mid-Century Modern architecture go, The Case Study Houses Program was undoubtedly the most significant and native to Southern California. Promoted by the magazine Arts and Architecture in 1945, the modernist program redefined the future of aspirational living. Intended to be fairly affordable and modern for post-World War II family living, the magazine’s program emphasized the use of new materials and new techniques in the construction of 36 new houses.

    READ MORE
  • Mar 12, 2019

    Luxury Kitchens with Impeccable Indoor-Outdoor Flow

    Ending one of the longest cold snaps in LA history, temps finally hit 70 degrees for the first time since January. For those who love to entertain, and for those who don’t, what felt like the coldest winter ever is finally on its way out and we can spring into alfresco dining season. Over the years, the modern-day kitchen has evolved into an open showplace of appliances and entertainment hub, where guests can mingle with the chef and participate in the stove to table process.

    READ MORE
  • Mar 05, 2019

    Dwell Magazine Spotlights David Kramer’s 1267 Lago Vista Drive

    Dwell magazine reports two-time Oscar-winning, two-time Golden Globe-winning Jodie Foster has put her impressive Beverly Hills residence on the market. Represented by David Kramer, the idyllic traditional estate is a unique sanctuary for those seeking unparalleled privacy with the pulse of Beverly Hills at your fingertips.

    READ MORE
  • Mar 04, 2019

    Mid-Century March: Tour These Architectural Gems

    Reflective of the era they were designed in, mid-century modern homes were designed by those who believed the forward-thinking style could be a catalyst for social change to create a better, more tolerant society. While they were built between 1945 and the early 1980s, it is safe to say this architectural, design, and hopefully social trend will never go out of style. Inspired by upscale prairie architecture, mid-century homes were designed by a generation of modern architects, such as Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer, who fled the rise of Nazi Germany.

    READ MORE
  • Feb 28, 2019

    LA Luxury Market Remains in Demand with International Buyers

    For international buyers, Los Angeles is the ideal gateway to the west. According to a recent article by The Real Deal LA, Los Angeles boasts 9% of all residential real estate purchases by international buyers in the U.S., and it’s easy to see why. The definition of luxury, Angelenos have comfortable weather year-round and access to world-famous beaches, restaurants, night-life and entertainment.

    READ MORE
  • Feb 25, 2019

    Brett Lawyer Presents Peter Choate Traditional in Celebrity Enclave of Hidden Valley

    Brett Lawyer is thrilled to present 9577 Lime Orchard. Designed by renowned architect Peter Choate, the enchanting 1+ acre estate is tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac of the exclusive guard-gated celebrity community of Hidden Valley. The classic two-story entry with a sweeping staircase and skylight welcomes guests into the traditional residence.

    READ MORE
  • Feb 21, 2019

    Six Hilton & Hyland Agents Top Variety’s Show Biz Real Estate Elite List

    With Award Season comes Variety’s highly anticipated annual list of the entertainment industry’s go-to agents. In fact, they have shed a light on six of our high-flying negotiators: Drew Fenton, Linda May, Tyrone McKillen, Branden & Rayni Williams, Jonah Wilson, and Brett Lawyer. Together, these agents to the stars combine a comprehensive knowledge of Los Angeles with an artistic, competitive and stylish lens to the real estate process.

    READ MORE
  • Feb 20, 2019

    The Ultimate Luxury Homes to Host an Unforgettable Oscars After Party

    Once again, that time of year has returned where streets are closing in preparation for the 91st Academy Awards Ceremony and driving into Hollywood on Awards Night would be the textbook definition of a nightmare. Last month, we compiled a list of estates that have strong ties to the big screen to mark the beginning of award season. In the spirit of Oscars road closure season, Hilton & Hyland rounded up a variety of properties with the ultimate basements, theater rooms, and entertainment decks to host an unforgettable Oscars After Party.

    READ MORE
  • Feb 14, 2019

    Alexander Partridge Present a Noah Walker Original: The Broadway House Venice

    Justin Alexander and Mick Partridge are thrilled to present The Broadway House, designed by Noah Walker, AIA, the visionary behind the renowned Oak Pass House. Seamlessly integrating a 1910 California bungalow with a modern day architectural, The Broadway House blends in perfectly with Abbot Kinney’s vision of artistic Westside living. Designed to encompass its natural surroundings, this 4 bed 4.5 bath layout is an ideal setting for both entertaining and sophisticated living.

    READ MORE