Pacific Palisades

Pacific Palisades is a neighborhood in the Westside section of Los Angeles, California. It is sandwiched between its more famous neighbors of Malibu and Santa Monica.

Today, this neighborhood rivals many small cities with a population of almost 27,000; however, it did not begin that way. Initially founded as a religious commune in 1922, Pacific Palisades was little better than a tent city for many years. Prior to that, it was a film lot for turn of the century western films. Fast forward 90 years, and multimillion-dollar homes have replaced those tents.

The Palisades is a primarily residential area and each individual neighborhood has its own unique character and style. Homes in the area range from small, older homes to larger estate lot homes. There are even multiunit apartment and condominiums available – a rarity in some of LA’s prestigious neighborhoods.

The Pacific Palisades is home to many great parks and shopping areas. Perhaps the most notable of all of the Palisades Parks is the Will Rogers State Historic Park and Polo Club. Will Rogers loved horses, and after discovering that his Beverly Hills neighbors did not like him keeping horses on his Beverly Hills property, he purchased 200 acres in the upper Palisades to serve as his weekend retreat. Today, his ranch is open to the public and features the best trails and views in the area. Most Palisades residents depend on the shops of the Village for their retail therapy needs. The Village is a collection of retail shops and restaurants located along Sunset Boulevard.

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