SOLD! 842 Hartzell

Congratulations to our buyers at 842 Hartzell. They were favored to take over this special home in the Palisades. There was a lot of buzz around this property and they were so thrilled to be the new proud owners!!


S O L D ! 1603 South Spaulding Ave

S O L D ! Congratulations to our lovely sellers at 1603 Spaulding. Best wishes for your new chapter in La Canada!


Virtual Tour: 1228 14th St #301

Enjoy a tour of 1228 14th Street #301 Santa Monica, CA 90404



Be afraid, be very afraid…

The Cunningham Group is proud to present the best haunted houses (not that abandoned fixer upper) and attractions across the city, from kid-friendly to truly terrifying. Start planning out your Halloween now with our Top 5!


Los Angeles Haunted Hayride (Pictured above)

Not quite kid-friendly, this year’s hayride finds itself exploring a portal to the underworld that’s opened up in Griffith Park. It’s an actual hayride—a long one—and you might wet, although ponchos will be courteously provided. There’s a pumpkin patch and “scary-go-round” for wee ones (and ‘fraidy cats), as well as a pitch black maze filled with “demons and maniacs,” and probably lots of frisky teenagers.


Knott’s Halloween Haunt

Also known as Knott’s Scary Farm, the Halloween Haunt goes all out with more than 1,000 monsters roaming mazes, “scare zones” and live shows. It’s one of the largest (and oldest) Halloween events held at a theme park. New additions this year include zombies, an evil tooth fairy and Southern voodoo. But for something familiar, check out the return of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, for a twice-nightly big top show.

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Halloween Horror Nights

More so than the city’s other haunted attractions—even those at big tourist parks—the one at Universal Studios feels a bit over-branded. Many of its mazes are based on franchises, such as AMC’s The Walking Dead, The Purge and Alien vs. Predator. They do make for some pretty fun walk-throughs, but there’s something about that level of corporate partnership that just ceases to be scary. New this year: a creepy clown maze with music by Slash.


Dark Harbor

The only thing better than a haunted attraction is a haunted attraction on a giant boat. You’ll find all the usual horrors here—fog, mazes, and now with 33% more monsters!—as well as a vintage Ferris Wheel and a full bar. What sets Dark Harbor apart is its use of its surroundings; the dark, cramped confines of the Queen Mary are already pretty spooky even without monsters—just be prepared to climb a lot of skinny staircases. There’s also an R.I.P. Lounge (see what they did there?) if you’re looking for a first-class experience (fewer monsters, more booze, made-to-order taco station). Tip: Arrive before 8pm for $20 “Happy Haunting Hour” tickets.


Haunted Hollywood Sports

Dodge ancient temple traps and creepy carnival clowns at Haunted Hollywood Sports (9030 Somerset Blvd), the seasonally sinister overhaul of an extreme sports compound in Bellflower A $30 general admission ticket will get you into three mazes, two scare zones and a pop-up nightclub, but do your part to fend off the zombie apocalypse with an extra $10 ticket for the chance to shoot zombies—no joke—at one of three tactical paintball and airsoft “killhouses.”

Full Disclosure! Not Haunted!

Real sign. This Missouri agent was looking for a ‘clever’ way to market a fixer-upper. Happy Halloween?


Santa Monica Entertainers Sanctuary


An entertainers sanctuary offering an open living room, wet bar, balcony and much more in a prime Santa Monica locale. Concierge (310) 482-2033 Full Listing: 1228 14th St. #301 Santa Monica CA 90405img_05



Picfair Village Pumpkin Races

The 4th annual Picfair Pumpkin Race is coming October 26.  More details here!


Happy Weekend!

Its here!


Epic Halloween House Lighting!

Halloween is coming! You could put up some spiderwebs or…