Barbara Allen

    Barbara Allen

    CalDRE #01487763

    Mission Statement

    I will give you the expertise that you deserve and negotiate the best deal for you in the most efficient and pleasant way.

    Biography
    Barbara grew up in a small college town in western Massachusetts. She quickly understood the benefits of owning real estate as her family invested and prospered buying homes & income properties. At the age of 24, Barbara purchased her first home, a triple-decker in Boston.
    After receiving a graduate degree from Boston University in Broadcasting, Barbara moved to Los Angeles to work in the film industry. She was very fortunate to work with some of the most talented people in the film business. Her jobs required her to work with difficult personalities in highly stressful conditions. Her years in film productions enabled her to multi-task, adhere to dead lines, negotiate with vendors, remain calm, flexible & thrive for perfection. These skills make her an excellent agent.

    My Buyers and Sellers Are Everywhere

    Hancock Park is one of the oldest and most historically significant neighborhoods in Los Angeles and is bordered by some of the most well preserved older homes in the city, ranging from 1920’s California bungalow to grand old estates. Architects such as Paul Williams and Wallace Neff designed many of the estates, some of which feature ballrooms, butler's pantries, elevators, greenhouses and chauffeur's quarters. Larchmont Village serves as the main street retail district to Hancock Park. Larchmont maintains a small town feel and serves as a lovely community-gathering place.

    Westwood is best known as the home of the UCLA campus and medical hospital. The center is a busy shopping center with high-rise office towers surrounding it. The Wilshire area of Westwood is filled with residential high-rises and condominiums along the famous “Wilshire Corridor”. Westwood has a good charter school.

    Cheviot Hills is named after the rolling and open hills that divide Scotland and England. It is astonishingly central and convenient location affords amazing privacy to its residents who live in large homes hidden along the winding roads of this West Los Angeles neighborhood. A public tennis center, Olympic sized pool, community center, and library can be found in Rancho Park, a central part of the Cheviot Hills neighborhood. Top-class private schools are nearby. The great public schools are the envy of other areas of the city.

    The Hollywood Hills, which crown the northern boarders of the Los Angeles Basin, are the streets rising and twisting above the neon lights of the Sunset Strip, to Laurel Canyon and its narrow offshoots that crawl up the couloirs walls, to the top of the mountains crest where Mulholland Drive winds for miles and miles and on either side the best views money can buy in Los Angeles. The homes are rare and innovative architectural gems that adapt to the steep and beautiful hills.

    My Buyers and Sellers Are Everywhere

    Beverly Hills is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Los Angeles County. Only 5.7 square mile radius, Beverly Hills is home to Rodeo Drive, the center of one of the most famous and expensive shopping districts in the world. The Beverly Hills Unified School District boasts some of the best schools in the country.

    South Pasadena is only 3.42 miles. It has a great public school system, a small town feel and easy access to public transportation and freeways.

    Pasadena is the host of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade and Rose Bowl football game. The City boasts numerous cultural amenities, fine restaurants, natural scenic beauty and top retailers. Often referred to as “The Crown of the Valley”.

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