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April 15, 2021

Just Purchased: Sun City Palm Desert Remodeled Home

We just had the opportunity to work with Larry and Beverly to find their new desert dream home in Sun City Palm Desert. This completely remodeled home sits on a large corner lot with a very private walled front courtyard and backyard. Extensively remodeled and decorated, including removing an existing wall between the kitchen and living room to create an open floor plan great room, installing 24x24 inch tile throughout the home, installing newer cabinets, glass tile back splash, quartz counter tops and newer stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and installing newer tile showers, cabinets, fixtures and quartz counter tops in the bathrooms.  Outside, the south facing backyard and large covered patio provide a haven to experience the seamless indoor-outdoor winter living that the desert is famous for. We enjoyed working with Larry and Beverly, the seller, Doris, and her agent, Lynda, and wish them all the very best in the days ahead.

CalDRE# 01898254 | 1906117 | 01991628

Posted in Our Transactions
April 12, 2021

Just Listed: Highly Upgraded Rancho Mirage Versailles Home


(Please click on the image above to view our short YouTube video tour of this home)

This highly upgraded home is located in Rancho Mirage’s gated Versailles community. Passing through the front courtyard, you enter the home through double doors with beveled glass inserts into a very impressive two-story rotunda foyer, complete with a beautiful chandelier and lighted art alcoves. Perfect for entertaining, the foyer flows into both the spacious living and dining room and the family room and kitchen. Both overlook the wonderful backyard with a grassy play areas, a large covered patio, large pool and spa and a side yard with citrus trees. The spacious primary suite opens to one of the backyard patios. Want to enjoy a movie or show, the 4th bedroom has been turned into a media room with a video projector and large projection screen. Inside this home, you’ll find gorgeous custom light fixtures, beautiful porcelain tile floors laid appropriately in a Versailles pattern and ceiling fans with lights in the main living areas, plush textured carpet in the bedrooms, 2 stacked stone fireplaces (one in the living room and one in family room), plantation shutters in all rooms and a chef’s kitchen with an island, breakfast bar, black granite counters and black appliances. This home is perfect for entertaining friends and family. It is centrally located in the Coachella Valley, close to such attractions as Sunnylands, Aqua Caliente Casino Resort Rancho Mirage, El Paseo, McCallum Theatre, College of the Desert, The River, Mission Hills Country Club, Palm Springs International Airport, downtown Palm Springs and many of the Coachella Valley’s golf courses, restaurants, shops and other attractions. Two Community Tennis Courts & Half Basketball Court. As an added bonus, the electricity for this home comes from the Imperial Irrigation District, which means lower electric bills.

Features Of This Home At A Glance:

  •        Located In The Gated Versailles Community In Rancho Mirage
  •        3,075 Sq Ft, 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
  •        Stunning Two Story Foyer Rotunda
  •        Chef’s Kitchen With An Island, Breakfast Bar, Black Slab Granite Counters & Black Appliances
  •        In Home Theater With Video Projector & Large Projection Screen
  •        Seamless Flow Between The Large Backyard Patios & Both The Family Room & Living/Dining Room
  •        Large Backyard Pool & Spa
  •        Stunning Mountain Views Front & Back
  •        Two Community Tennis Courts & Half Basketball Court

MLS#219060307 | Listed at $799,000 | Details, photos, floor plan and both a video & virtual tour at: http://8bollinger.homeis4sale.com

CalDRE# 01896117 | 01898254 | 01991628

Posted in Our Listings
April 9, 2021

Just Listed: Upgraded Central Palm Desert Cul-De-Sac Home

((Please click on the image above for our YouTube video tour) 

Great central Palm Desert location, perfect for full-timers or snowbirds. This home sits on a large 10,019 lot on quiet cul-de-sac in the highly desirable ungated Hovley Lane West area (with no HOA dues). This spacious upgraded 2,420 square feet home provides you with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an open concept floor plan, fireplace in the large family room, master suite with separate soaker tub and shower and large walk-in closet, and a kitchen with slab granite counters, in sink hot water dispenser, a center island with a gas cook top and a breakfast bar. Once you step outside the kitchen and family room, you'll fall in love with the entertainer's back yard, complete with covered patio area with a misting system, built in BBQ, pool, and spa with pebble texture finish and mountain views. As an added bonus, a wide double gate allows access to the side yard with a pad for parking an RV or boat. Centrally located in Palm Desert, situated between Monterey and Portola for easy access to El Paseo, McCallum Theatre, College of the Desert, Desert Willow Golf Resort (where Palm Desert residents can golf for steeply discounted greens fees), near-by shopping and dining, and many of the Coachella valley’s attractions and events.

Features Of This Home At A Glance:

  •       Great Hovley Lane West/Central Palm Desert Location
  •        Located On A Quiet Cul-De Sac
  •        2,420 Sq Ft, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
  •        Open Concept Floor Plan
  •        Slab Granite Kitchen Counters, Kitchen Island With Breakfast Bar & Gas Cooktop
  •        Spacious Primary Bedroom Suite With En-Suite Bathroom & Large Walk-In Closet
  •        Entertainer's Backyard With Large Pool & Spa With Pebble Texture Finish
  •        Mountain Views & No HOA Dues

MLS# 219060230 | Listed at $649,000 | Details, photos, floor plan, video tour & virtual tour at: http://www.40909sandpiperct.com

CalDRE# 01898254 | 01896117 | 01991628

Posted in Our Listings
April 8, 2021

AutoCamp Glamping Development Coming To Joshua Tree

 

The Desert Sun’s Mark Olalde reports that AutoCamp broke ground on it’s new glamping development near Joshua Tree National park in late January. Renderings from AutoCamp show a very cool looking campus located near the main gate to Joshua Tree National Park. The 26.15 acre AutoCamp park will be home to 55 Airstream trailers and will feature a Quonset Hut Clubhouse meant as a nod to local midcentury modern architecture while also blending into the natural desert landscape. artwork both indoors and out here, including a wall sculpture by Ana DiGiallonardo, an outdoor mural by Jaque Fragua, and a tapestry by the Avo design studio, a large plunge pool that will serve as a hot tub in the winter months, an outdoor bar, a general store and a mobile kitchen for pop up chef residencies.  To reduce the site’s environmental impact, AutoCamp Joshua Tree will have an onsite water treatment system and solar panels on the Clubhouse, while the landscaping will feature ultra-low use water plants. Those who plan on visiting Joshua Tree to go stargazing will also be happy to hear AutoCamp will use dark-sky compliant lighting to protect the area’s status as an International Dark Sky Park. 

You can read Mark Olalde’s original article, including a discussion on the project’s environmental impact, courtesy of The Desert Sun at: https://www.desertsun.com/story/news/environment/2021/04/02/joshua-tree-airstream-company-autocamp-development-environment/6959774002/ 

You can also learn more about AutoCamp’s Joshua Tree location directly from the horses’ mouth as it were at: https://autocamp.com/joshua-tree/ 

CalDRE# 01898254 | 01896117 | 01991628

 

 

Posted in Desert Communities
April 5, 2021

March 2021 Coachella Valley Residential Real Estate Market Update

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Our local residential real estate market experts have just released their March 2021 Desert Housing Report. Some highlights:

The Coachella Valley detached home median price in March was $549,000 (up 27.3% year-over-year).

 

The Coachella Valley attached home median price in March was $345,000, (up 15.4% year-over-year). Market Watch commented that if attached home prices follow the seasonal normal pattern, attached home prices should continue to move higher until May before softening. They also commented that attached homes appear to be helping fill the supply void for detached homes in the lower price ranges.

 

In March, seven Coachella Valley cities (Indian Wells, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Desert Hot Springs, la Quinta, Palm Desert and Cathedral City) had year-over-year detached home median price increases over 20%, with Indian Wells and Palm Springs experiencing year-over-year detached home median price increases over 30%. Market Watch pointed out that detached home median prices in five Coachella Valley cities (Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Desert Hot Springs, Indio and La Quinta) have exceeded the previous historic detached home median price highs reached in 2006-2007. Seven Coachella Valley Cities ((Indian Wells, Rancho Mirage, La Quinta, Indio, Palm Desert, Cathedral City and Palm Springs) had year-over-year attached home median price increases over 10%, with Indian Wells experiencing a year-over-year attached home median price increase of 30%. No Coachella Valley city has an attached home median price better than 10% below the previous record highs for attached home reached in 2006.

 

The three-month average of total home sales is now averaging 1,129 units per month (up 39% year-over-year). Market Watch felt that the three-month average of total home sales will reach 1,200 units or higher over the next two months. They also pointed out the three-month average of attached home sales in March of 465 sales per month (up 90.6% year-over-year).

 

The twelve-month average of home sales takes out the seasonal pattern and shows the true, long-term sales trend of sales surging for both detached and attached homes after the four-month decrease in sales beginning in March 2020 due to the outbreak of the pandemic. Twelve-month total home sales were higher by 20% year-over-year, while detached sales were up 16.7% year-over-year and attached sales were up 24% year-over-year. With demand exceeding supply, any increase in supply could result in a much higher home sales.

 

In looking at home sales by city, the largest home sales increases by volume were in the cities of Palm Desert and La Quinta, with home sales increases of 85 and 71 units year-over year respectively. Percentagewise, home sales increased year-over-year by 64.3% in Indian Wells, 51.9% in Rancho Mirage, 51.1% in La Quinta and 50.6% in Palm Desert. 

 

In looking at home sales by price range, the largest home sales increases occurred in the middle to higher price brackets. Market Watch felt that what is particularly interesting is that sales of homes under $300,000 were declining. Even though condominium sales (which are generally homes in this price range) were growing, overall there were fewer and fewer homes in these lower price ranges due to overall price increases. Home sales increased year-over-year by 122.2% in the over $1 million price range, 121.4% in the $900,000 to $1 million price range and 103.7% in the $700,000 to $800,000 price range.

Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse, the Coachella Valley housing inventory continued to decline and on April 1st was at 742 homes for sale (down 75.6% year-over-year from 3,043 homes for sale on April 1st, 2020). Market Watch was of the opinion that this huge decline in inventory appeared to be due to two congruent factors; the overall 20% rise in total sales and the decline in new listings below the normal rate because of COVID. Market Watch felt that many people were reluctant to list their homes and open them up to traffic during the pandemic. They felt that during normal conditions, the Coachella Valley housing inventory would have been around 2,600 homes for sale. Market Watch expressed hope that there will be a surge of new listings once COVID-19 vaccines are widely distributed and homeowners feel safe again.

 

Continued high sales and low housing inventory again drove the month of sales ratio to a new historic low of 0.8 of a month (or just a little over three weeks of supply compared to 3.7 months on April 1st, 2020). Market Watch commented that this lack of supply was causing bidding wars among homebuyers and was the force driving home prices much higher. The median number of days in the market on April 1st was 37 days (compared to 54 days on April 1st, 2020).

In looking at months of sales by price range, Market Watch commented that the size contrast between the blue and orange bars in the graph tells the entire story. The month of sales ratio in every price bracket under $900,000 was less than one month, with the lowest ratio being 3/10 of a month for homes and condominiums priced between $200,000 and $300,000. For homes priced over $1 million, where the ratio is normally around 10 months, it was just 1.8 months on April 1st.In looking at months of sales by city, on April 1st eight Coachella Valley cities (Coachella, Cathedral City, Indio, Palm Springs, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage and Thousand Palms) had a months of sales ratio under one month. Market Watch noted that Indian Wells, which normally has a months of sales ratio of 10 months or higher, has a current months of sales ratio of just 1.2 months. Bermuda Dunes and Desert Hot Springs also had months of sales ratios of just over one month.

Lastly, in looking at the sale price discount from list, the March median value for sale price discount from list was 0.0%, meaning that an average Coachella Valley home offered at $500,000 sold for exactly $500,000. Market Watch noted that this number has historically averaged between a 2% and 2.5% discount.

 

CalDRE# 01898254 | 01896117 | 01991628

Posted in Market Updates
April 5, 2021

April 2021 Edition Of The Guide Magazine Now Available

 

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If you’d like to learn more about what’s happening here in the Coachella Valley in April, we suggest that you check out The Guide Magazine, published by Palm Springs Life Magazine. Here’s a peak at what’s inside:

 

·         The Guide | Editor’s Pick:  Editor Derrik J. Lang’s Editor’s Pick for April is Modernism Week (April 8-18). In particular, he gives shout-outs to tours of the sumptuously restored 1955 Lawrence Lapham home in Palm Springs’ Deepwell neighborhood, the stunningly angular Stan Sackley residence in Indian Canyons, and the “Desert Modernism: Two Perspectives” tour of Raymond Kappe’s last design and a newly completed Sean Lockyer designed home in Desert Palisades.

·         The Guide | Best of the Best:  Palm Springs Life Magazine readers voted on their favorite attractions, accommodations, restaurants and experiences in the Coachella Valley. Their picks for Family Friendly Dining include AJ’s on the Green in Cathedral City, Lulu California Bistro in Palm Springs , the Kaiser Grille in Palm Desert and Vickey’s of Santa Fe in Indian Wells.

·         The Guide | Wide Open Spaces: Some advice on how to best view 3 of the Desert X art installations from someone in the know, Desert X Curator César Garcia-Alvarez.

·         The Guide | Q & A | Mr. Popular:  An interview with Josh Agle, aka Shag, the retro-artist with a Palm Springs inspired-aesthetic.

·         The Guide | Taste | Ready, Set, Eat!:  A look at some fast and delicious dishes being created by Desert chefs where no forks are required, like Empanadas from Norma’s Empanada Factory at the Certified Farmers Market in Palm Springs, La Quinta and Indian Wells, pizza from Rancho Mirage’s The Slice and tacos from El Pecado Crafted Mexican Food in Coachella.

·         The Guide | Discover | Modifying Modernism:  A look at how Modernism Week organizers are reimagining the April 8-18th events with safety in mind, like focusing on open-air and self-guided experiences, offering many streaming experiences and holding off on the glamorous poolside soirées and elaborate opening-night parties that Modernism Week is known for.

·         The Guide | 20 Things to Do Right Now: Suggestions for 20 things you can do now safely include celebrating Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day on April 12th with the braised short rib version at Cork & Fork Wine Bar in La Quinta or a panini version at Chef Tanya’s Kitchen in Palm Springs, exploring the local Cannabis industry with CannaBus Express Tours or playing against a pal in the amateur two-person, best-ball Battle in the Desert golf tournament at PGA West.

·         The Guide | Concierge: Your guide to restaurants, arts, attractions, events, nightlife, etc. in the Greater Palm Springs area.

·         The Guide | Map: Our favorite map of the Coachella Valley showing why you can’t just take any west running road from let’s say Palm Desert to Palms Springs (because of the mountains that run along the south and west sides of the Coachella Valley cities).

·         The Guide | Lasting Impression: A quick look at the Alexander House, later dubbed the House of Tomorrow in 1962 by Look Magazine and now perhaps best known as the Elvis Presley Honeymoon Hideaway after Elvis Presley leased the home and began an extended honeymoon there with Priscilla Presley on May 1, 1967. After sitting on the market for 6 years, the home recently sold for $2.6 million to a buyer who plans to restore it to its original glory. And now you know.

 

The April 2021 edition of The Guide Magazine is now available free of charge, in print at select locations across the Coachella Valley, and online at: https://digital-palmspringslife.com/guide/2021-april/

CalDRE# 01898254 | 01896117 | 1991628

April 2, 2021

Just Listed: A Great Opportunity To Build Your Very Own Private, Secluded Desert Oasis Retreat

Stunning views in all directions from this 5.01 acre parcel, with roughly a 660 foot frontage on 20th Ave and another 330 foot frontage along Dowell Lane! Imagine what your desert dream home could look like from this choice location in Sky Valley, with stunning views of the Little San Bernardino Mountains in Joshua Tree National Park to the north, Edom Hill to the south and Mt San Jacinto and San Gorgonio Mountain to the west. Adding to your privacy, the land south of the property across 20th Avenue is BLM land.  CVWD water is already here along 20th Ave. Want to experience some of the local shops, restaurants, golf courses, events or activities? No problem…drive east on Dillon Road to Palm Drive, then north to enjoy all that Desert Hot Springs has to offer or south and west to vibrant downtown Palm Springs! Or drive west on Dillon Road then south on Thousand Palms Canyon Road through the Coachella Valley Preserve to Washington Street. From there Washington is a gateway to all that Palm Desert, Indian Wells and La Quinta have to offer. Buyer to do due diligence, including with Riverside County Planning and Zoning Department.

MLS#219059851 | Listed at $145,000 | Details & photos at: http://www.5plusacreson20thave.com

CalDRE# 01896117 | 01898254 | 01991628

Posted in Our Listings
March 30, 2021

April 2021 Calendar Of Online Events

Okay, while some places like restaurants, schools, hair salons, gyms and movie theaters are gradually reopening (albeit with restrictions), there aren’t a lot of in-person entertainment events happening yet. So we though that we’d share this Calendar of Online Events, put together by our colleagues Catherine, Kathleen and Dawn at First American Title. I know that we all look forward to attending events again in person, but when you think about it, how cool is it that technology lets us drop into Washington DC for the National Sherry Blossom Festival, travel to Cleveland for the Cleveland International Film, zoom into Austin for it’s International Poetry Festival or visit Los Angeles for the LA Times Festival of Books, without ever having to leave home. Without further delay, here’s the list of April online events:

 

National Cherry Blossom Festival | Through April 11

Designed to incorporate both virtual and personal experiences, the Festival programs can be enjoyed by both residents and visitors to the Washington, DC area and fans from afar. Details at: www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org

 

Virtual Hapalua Festival | April 1-30
The Hapalua is the largest half marathon in Hawaii, organized by the Honolulu Marathon Association. Run or walk 5k, 10k or the Hapalua half-marathon. You can do one, two or all three distances! We usually start on the beach in Waikiki, but this year you can start and finish your race anywhere in the world! Details at: https://virtual.thehapalua.com

 

Oxford Virtual Film Festival | April 1-30
The Oxford Film Festival celebrates the art of independent cinema. Through year-round programming, the festival works to encourage filmmaking in Oxford and north Mississippi as part of the global film community, while cultivating audience appreciation of cinema through screenings, workshops and educational programs that culminate in the annual festival. Details at:
www.oxfordfilmfest.com

 

The International Hope Music Festival | April 3-4
This unique festival is one of the biggest in the world. In this event we have over 18 Artists who will perform for you, so spread the word and join this truly global event together with your international friends. Details at: https://ladolcevita.events

 

Cleveland International Film Festival | April 7-20
We promote artistically and culturally significant film arts through education and exhibition to enrich the life of the community. In other words, we present the newest and best films from around the world, and we do everything in our power to make sure that our audience learns something along the way. Details at: www.clevelandfilm.org

 

Seattle International Film Festival | April 8-18
SIFFs mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive. Details at: www.siff.net


Austin International Poetry Festival | April 9-10
Poets from around the world, country and all of Texas gather for four days of virtual performances, readings and workshops during the Austin International Poetry Festival. AIPF provides an inclusive, diverse, multi-generational environment welcoming the broadest possible audience of poets and non-poets alike in appreciation of the spoken and written word. Details at:  

www.aipf.org

 

San Antonio Book Festival | April 9-11
We will be using an online platform called Accelevents to run the festival, which will allow us to offer book clubs, groups of friends, and classes the opportunity to chat privately among themselves during an event. There will be also a "networking" capability to mimic the in-person festival, where attendees can meet one another and talk about which events they're attending and enjoying. Details at: www.sabookfestival.org

 

Sum of Us Virtual Festival | April 9-11
The First Ever Wellness Festival for Womxn, Trans, and Gender Non-Conforming Folx. Whether it's in the form of a live fest, virtual fest, or weekly healing sessions we are still producing our mission: to evolve the womEns, trans, and GNC communities through wellness, education, and authenticity. Details at: www.sumofusfest.com

 

Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival | April 9-11
Underscoring the deep friendship between Seattle and Japan as it honors the renewal of life with springtime cherry blossoms, booming Taiko drums, contemporary Japanese arts and a traditional tea ceremony. Details at: www.seattlecenter.com

 

BAM Festival | April 10
BAM Festival, a books, art, and music convention for authors, illustrators, and performers who write for children and young adults, provides a county-wide literary experience bringing together authors, teachers, students, families and the community to share their love of books. Details at: www.bamwpb.org

 

Locals Air Fest | April 10-11
An online festival on IG Live! It's about bringing locals together to celebrate art, music, food, and culture. At Locals, we value community, sustainability, and creativity! We are also giving back to the community with your help! 100% of proceeds will be donated to One Tree Planted. $1 = 1 tree planted. Details at: www.localsfestival.com

 

Virtual Fay B. Kaigler Childrens Book Festival | April 12-16
We are honored to celebrate Andrea Davis Pinkney as this years 2021 Southern Miss Medallion winner! We have lots of other incredible keynote and workshop offerings as well, with all sessions featuring live captioning. Details at: www.usm.edu

 

Sun Valley Film Festival | April 14-18
SVFF supports independent film and the magic of storytelling. It's mission to celebrate and award filmmakers who are established and emerging has earned the Festival accolades by the film industry, film festival goers, film lovers, and filmmakers. Though things look a little different this year, it doesn't mean the party has to end. Get cozy and get ready to stream emerging voices and inspiring visionaries right from the comfort of your own living room. Details at: www.sunvalleyfilmfestival.org

 

American Youth Circus Festival | April 17-18
Online activities will include workshops, social events, youth-led activities, and more. Meet other circus youth from all over, learn interesting and useful skills, discover new things, and geek out about everything circus-related! Details at: www.americanyouthcircus.org

 

Los Angeles Times Festival of Books | April 17-23
Since 1996, The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books has gathered writers, poets, artists, filmmakers, musicians and emerging storytellers. Now in its 25th year, it is the largest event of its kind in the United States. Details at: https://events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks

 

Festival International de Louisiane | April 21-24
We will take the 2020 Virtual Fest structure to the next level by combining live/immersive experiences in Downtown Lafayette, plus community-centered components to create an unforgettable event. Festival International will once again put the talent of Lafayette onto a global virtual stage combined with some of the finest talent from around the world, while also sharing memories of past festivals. Details at: www.festivalinternational.org

 

Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival | April 22-24
Three days dedicated to stepping into climate leadership. Join in on conversations with climate leaders, get into the groove with musical performances and art contests, build community and connect with eco-minded exhibitors, and learn how you can lean into climate action at this urgent moment. Details at: www.sbearthday.org

 

FitnessFest | April 22-25
Workouts and training from top notch industry leaders. Recordings available post event. Workshops and seminars on active aging. Marketing strategies and business tips that work. Holistic nutrition and cutting-edge therapies for optimal wellness. Best practices for virtual workouts. Inspiring and motivating keynotes. Network and mingle with your peers online. And so much more! Details at: www.fitnessfest.org/2021conference

 

Living Earth Virtual Festival | April 23-26
In celebration of Earth Day, the National Museum of the American Indian's annual Living Earth Festival will be available on demand over four days. Living Earth brings together Native innovators and practitioners dedicated to using Indigenous knowledge to protect and sustain the environment. Through cooking demonstrations, conversations and film screenings, this year's festival explores agriculture trends, innovations and sustainability in Indigenous communities and Native-owned businesses. Details at: www.si.edu

 

5th Ave Arts Festival | April 24-May 3
A celebration of the rich cultural Heritage of a Historic African American Community, using the arts and other activities. This year will be virtual event and all vendor and artist "booths" will be free. The festival began in the summer of 1979 when group University of Florida students and community residents joined together to organize an event to share and promote the rich cultural history of the Fifth Avenue/Seminary Lane community. Details at: www.culturalartscoalition.org


Micheaux Film Festival | April 26-May 2
A multicultural film festival that showcases and celebrates diverse representation in the entertainment landscape, while cultivating a community that gives artists an opportunity to tell their unique stories. In addition to the screening content, filmmakers and attendees had access to networking mixers, Q&A panels, and several Master Class workshops. Details at: www.filmfreeway.com/TheMicheauxFilmFestival

 

Take Back The Night Global Virtual Event | April 29
Survivor stories, poetry, authors, activists, and special guests! The Take Back the Night Foundations mission as a charitable 501(c)(3) Foundation is to end sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual abuse and all other forms of sexual violence. We serve to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives. Details at: www.takebackthenight.org

 

Phillys All City Jazz Festival | April 30
An all-day virtual event, featuring student performances and Masterclasses led by Philly POPS and Philly POPS Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia artists. Students, parents, and the public will be invited to tune into the virtual performances. The program includes the All-City Jazz Showcase, presenting the most accomplished jazz students of the School District of Philadelphia. Details at: www.phillypops.org

 

OhioDance Virtual Festival | Apr. 30-May 2
Rebuilding Legacy: Inclusivity and Equity in dance. Guest artist will be Los Angeles Choreographer, James Gregg. Throughout the weekend there will be performances, films, dance sessions and demonstrations. Details at: www.artsinohio.com

CalDRE# 01898254 | 01896117 | 01991628

March 29, 2021

What’s Coming To and What’s Leaving Hulu In April 2021

Straight from the horse’s mouth (Hulu’s press release that is), here is a list of what’s coming to Hulu in April and what’s leaving Hulu in April. One highlight…the Season 4 premier of The Handmaiden’s Tale on April 28th.

Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in April:

What’s coming to Hulu on April 1st

Amy Schumer Learns to Cook: Complete Season 1 (Food Network) | Caribbean Life: Complete Seasons 18 & 19 (HGTV) | Chopped: Complete Season 44 (Food Network) | Chopped Sweets: Complete Season 1 (Food Network) | Christina On The Coast: Complete Season 2 (HGTV) | Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives: Complete Seasons 34 & 35 (Food Network) | Doubling Down with the Derricos: Complete Season 1 (TLC) | Extreme Makeover: Home Edition: Complete Season 1 (HGTV) | Guy's Grocery Games: Complete Season 22 (Food Network) | Naked and Afraid XL: Complete Season 6 (Discovery) | Say Yes to the Dress: Complete Season 19 (TLC) | Tournament of Champions: Complete Season 1 (Food Network) | Undercover Billionaire: Complete Season 1 (Discovery) | UniKitty: Complete Season 3 (Cartoon Network) | Vegas Chef Prizefight: Complete Season 1 (Food Network) | Worst Cooks in America: Complete Season 18 (Food Network) | Higurashi: When They Cry: Season 1, Episodes 1-12 (DUBBED) (Funimation) | 2012 (2009) | 28 Days Later (2003) | A Hologram for the King (2016) | A Low Down Dirty Shame (1994)  | A Simple Plan (1998) | The Abyss (1989)  | Before We Go (2015) | Bug (2007)  | Bulworth (1998)  | Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) | Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974) | Changing Lanes (2002) | Chappaquiddick (2017) | Chato's Land (1972) | Cheech & Chong's Still Smokin' (1983) | Cohen and Tate (1989) | The Color Purple (1985) | The Dead Zone (1983) | The Devil's Double (2011) | Devil in a Blue Dress (1995) | Die Hard (1988) | Die Hard With A Vengeance (1995) | Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988) | Dude, Where's My Car? (2000) | Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) | Frankie & Alice (2014) | Friends With Benefits (2011) | Garden State (2004)  | The Gift (2000) | Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003) | Guess Who (2005) | Hancock (2008) | The Hunting Party (1971) | In The Mix (2005) | Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport (2000) | Lady in a Cage (1964) | Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector (2006) | Life Of Crime (2014) | Live Free Or Die Hard (2007) | Mad Max (1980) | Madea Goes To Jail (Theatrical Feature) (2009) | The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959) | The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) | Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2004) | Monster's Ball (2001) | Motel Hell (1980) | Napoleon Dynamite (2004) | Never Back Down (2008) | New in Town (2009) | Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) | The Out-Of-Towners (1999) | The Pawnbroker (1964) | Platoon (1986) | The Polar Express (2004) | The Preacher's Wife (1996) | The Program (1993) | Ramona and Beezus (2009) | The Replacement Killers (1998) | Rio (2011) | The Sandlot (1993) | Scary Movie 4 (2006) | Sex And The City (2008) | Sex And The City 2 (2010) | Shaft (2000) | Shrek 2 (2002) | The Skull (1965) | Sleeping With The Enemy (1991) | Sliver (1993) | So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993) | Star Trek: Generations (1994) | Step Up Revolution (2012) | The Sum of All Fears (2002) | That Thing You Do! (1996) | The Upside (2017) | Vanilla Sky (2001) | Virtuosity (1995) | Waiting to Exhale (1995) | War (2007) | Warriors of Virtue (1997) | What About Bob? (1991) | Where the Heart Is (2000) | Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)         


What’s coming to Hulu on April 2nd
WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Dollar Unicorn: Documentary Premiere (Hulu Original) | Law & Order: Organized Crime: Series Premiere (NBC) | Manifest: Season 3 Premiere (NBC) | The Moody's: Season 2 Finale (Fox) | Real Housewives of New York City: Complete Season 12 (Bravo)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 3rd
Hysterical: Series Premiere (FX) | Blair Witch (2016)      


What’s coming to Hulu on April 5th
Girl (2020)      


What’s coming to Hulu on April 7th
Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World: Season 1, Epsiodes 1-12 (DUBBED) (Funimation)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 8th
Home Economics: Series Premiere (ABC)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 9th
Everything's Gonna Be Okay: Season 2 Premiere (Freeform) | Rebel: Series Premiere (ABC) | The Standard (2020) | Stars Fell on Alabama (2021)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 10th
The Day I Became a God: Season 1, Epsiodes 1-12 (DUBBED) (Funimation) | Desierto (2015) | Knuckledust (2020)    


What’s coming to Hulu on April 12th
Paranormal Activity 4 (2012) | Spontaneous (2020)  


What’s coming to Hulu on April 15th
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Complete Season 10 (Bravo)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 16th
Fly Like A Girl (2020) | Songbird (2020)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 17th  
Modern Persuasion (2020) | Thelma (2017)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 20th
Sasquatch: Documentary Series Premiere (Hulu Original)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 21st 
Cruel Summer: Series Premiere (Freeform)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 22nd  
GRETA THUNBERG: A YEAR TO CHANGE THE WORLD: Documentary Premiere (PBS)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 23rd  
The Place of No Words (2020)           


What’s coming to Hulu on April 25th    
Wild Mountain Thyme (2021)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 26th
The Oscars Red Carpet Show: Special (ABC) | The 93rd Oscars: Special (ABC)


What’s coming to Hulu on April 28th  
The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 4 Premiere (Hulu Original) | Arrival (2016) 


What’s coming to Hulu on April 30th  
The Judge (2014)


Here’s what’s leaving Hulu in April 2021:

What’s leaving Hulu on April 27th
Our Idiot Brother (2011)


What’s leaving Hulu on April 30th
50/50 (2011) | 9 to 5 (1980) | Affliction (1998) | Article 99 (1992) | Beloved (1998) | Bloody Sunday (2002) | Blow (2001) | Body of Evidence (1993) | Changing Lanes (2002) | Chato's Land (1972) | Cocktail (1988) | Cohen and Tate (1989) | Crimes Of The Heart (1987) | Damien - Omen II (1978) | Devil in a Blue Dress (1995) | Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988) | The Dukes of Hazzard (2005) | Escape from Alcatraz (1979) | Everything Must Go (2011) | Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974) | From Hell (2001)
G.I. Jane (1997) | Garfield (2004) | Gargoyles: Wings of Darkness (2004) | Happy Tears (2010) | The Haunting In Connecticut (2009) | The Haunting In Connecticut 2: Ghosts Of Georgia (2013) | Hitman's Run (1999) | How Do You Know (2010) | The Hunting Party (1971) | The January Man (1989) | Jennifer 8 (1992) | Jumping The Broom (2011) | The Last Waltz (1978) | Mad Max (1980) | Madea Goes To Jail (Theatrical Feature) (2009) | Mafia! (Jane Austen's) (1998) | The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) | Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2004) | Motel Hell (1980) | Mousehunt (1997) | My Best Friend'S Girl (2008) | Never Back Down (2008) | Ninja Assassin (2009) | The Omen (1976) (1976) | Only God Forgives (2013) | Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2009) | Platoon (1986) | Pretty Woman (1990) | The Prince Of Tides (1991) | The Replacement Killers (1998) | Sands of Iwo Jima (1950) | Shaft (2000) | The Shootist (1976) | Sideways (2004) | Strategic Air Command (1955) | The Taking Of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009) | Teresa's Tattoo (1994) | That Thing You Do! (1996) | Two Weeks (2006) | Waking Ned Devine (1998) | Walking Tall (1973) | Warriors of Virtue (1997) | What About Bob? (1991) | The Whole Nine Yards (2000) | Wonder Boys (2000) |X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) | Young Adult (2011)


To see Hulu’s original list of what’s coming to and what’s leaving Hulu in April, please visit: https://press.hulu.com/schedule/april-2021/

CalDRE# 01898254 | 01896117 | 01991628

March 29, 2021

Just Listed: Highly Upgraded Contemporary Home With Stunning Mt San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountain Views

 

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Beautiful views of Mt San Jacinto and the Santa Rosa mountains from the large low maintenance south facing backyard! This newer contemporary-style home, built in 2005, features a blend of old-world charm with contemporary functionality. Once inside the gated front courtyard, the tiered fountain is adorned by an English style garden mixed with colorful plantings. From the foyer, there are 24" polished marble tile floors and crown molding, which flow throughout the main living areas. The Living Room has a floor to ceiling tiled gas fireplace, with lots of widows and double French patio doors opening to the front courtyard. The modern art deco inspired chandeliers in the living room and dining area are statement pieces. The chef's kitchen has a walk-in pantry, stainless steel appliances, polished stone slab counters, a breakfast bar, upgraded cabinets and designer tile backsplash. Off the kitchen is the informal dining area, bordering the family room, with a sliding glass door leading onto the slab patio.  The interior doors have frosted glass inserts to allow extra light, while at the same time ensuring privacy. The spacious lushly carpeted primary bedroom is literally a retreat, with an office/sitting area, a large en-suite bathroom complete with soaker tub, separate shower and double sink vanity, a walk-in closet and backyard patio access. Down the custom painted hallways, there are two guest rooms and upgraded bathroom with a large tiled walk-in shower. This home has many upgrades for you to enjoy, such as art niches, columns and wall accents of varying textures. This walled and gated retreat includes a low maintenance front courtyard and backyard, with paved walkways, fruit trees, shading Bougainvillea & Queen Palms. Furnishings available outside of Escrow.

Features Of This Home At A Glance:

  • Highly Upgraded Contemporary Style Home
  • Stunning Backyard Views of Mt San Jacinto & Santa Rosa Mountains
  • Low Maintenance South Facing Backyard
  • 1,932 Sq Ft, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • 24 Inch Polished Marble Tile Floors In Main Living Areas
  • Crown Molding Throughout
  • Modern Art Deco Inspired Living Room & Dining Area Chandeliers
  • Chef's Kitchen With Walk-In Pantry, Stainless Steel Appliances, Polished Stone Slab Counters & Designer Tile Backsplash
  • Frosted Glass Insert Interior Doors
  • Spacious Primary Bedroom Retreat With Office/Sitting Area, En-Suite Bathroom, Walk-In Closet & Backyard Patio Access

MLS# 219059431 | Listed at $359,900 | Details, photos & virtual tour at: http://www.66449sanmarcus.com

CalDRE# 01896117 | 01898254 | 01991628

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