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PREMIER COASTAL PROPERTIES Corona del Mar presented by


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REPRESENTING BUYERS AND SELLERS OF LUXURY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY REQUIRES SO MUCH MORE THAN A REAL ESTATE LICENSE AND CONNECTION TO THE INTERNET. Handling any real estate transaction at any price point requires complex skill. The agents at the top of their game work 24/7, constantly updating information on changing market conditions, maintaining relationships with financial sources, managing advertising and marketing for clients, and perhaps most importantly, serving as a sounding board for every client’s myriad list of concerns. I personally often feel like I am actually a psychologist with a California real estate license. Frankly, I wouldn’t have it any other way. I want to be close to my clients, sharing a bond of trust and building lasting relationships. For this reason, I work alone. No assistant, no team, no associates to handle my business. This is a life practice that works for me, and I’m proud of my success as a result of adhering to my goal. I will work for you, and I will work with you at every turn of the transaction. And that is a promise.

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NEW CONSTRUCTION ON THE 200 BLOCK This stunning, newly constructed contemporary farmhouse-style home is on an approximately 45-foot wide lot located on the coveted 200 block in Corona del Mar.

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This home was built with every amenity one could wish for in approximately 4,650 square feet of living space, including a rooftop deck featuring an outside bar with elevator access, three-car garage and an additional covered parking spot, indoor-outdoor living with two courtyards, five fireplaces, an outside hot tub, four en-suite bedrooms, and five-and-one-half baths. This is Corona del Mar living at its finest, located one block to the beach and within blocks to renowned restaurants and world-class shopping. Welcome home.

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Photo courtesy of Barclay Butera.

THE PREMIER HOME TOUR OF ORANGE COUNTY The CDM Home Tour is the premier home tour in the Newport Beach/Corona del Mar area. 2,000+ attendees get the opportunity to take a rare glimpse behind the closed, architecturally stunning doors of some of Newport's most beautiful and intriguing homes. The tour features six homes, breakfast at Fashion Island® (Le Pain Quotidien), lunch at Sherman Gardens, with the day concluding at a Bliss Home Design cocktail party. In its 44-year history, this event has raised a significant amount of money for student programs at Corona del Mar Middle and High School. The PTA benefits every student in the classroom and includes funding for a new student resource center on campus, funding for the equipment required to establish a student-run TV station called Trident TV on campus, and also direct teacher grants for items needed in the classroom, such as iPads and musical instruments. When asked how she wanted to set this home tour apart, Kameron Radovanovic, one of the event's co-chairs, said, “I made an effort this year to bring the designers and builders into the homes during the tour to discuss the home features with attendees. Many times I have attended similar home tours and have so many questions about materials.” Barclay Butera and Ray Langhammer were the two designers at 226 Poinsettia. They both worked together on the fun day to answer the patrons' many questions. Together, they were able to create approachable elegance and glamorous interiors inspired by fashion and the coast. They took a classic approach to the design and added a fresh twist to flawlessly integrate traditional, transitional, and contemporary interiors all together. It was a crowd favorite. The Home Tour was chaired by Kameron Radovanovic and Michele Caston. Michele has been chairing the event for the past seven years and has raised over $1.5 million during her time. This year she co-chaired with Radovanovic, who will be taking over the Home Tour next year.

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PARTICIPANTS INCLUDED Garrett Calacci of Waterpointe Homes, Kameron Radovanovic, CDM Home Tour Co-Chair, Ray Langhammer of Barclay Butera Interiors, Barclay Butera of Barclay Butera Interiors, Attendees at "Port Barmouth," CDM Home Tour Committee, Brandy Habermehl, Lisa Neal, Stephanie Frederickson, Shawni Jackson, and Michele Caston, CDM Home Tour Co-Chair, "Cercis Place," and Attendees at 223 Larkspur Avenue.

Photos by Chris Darnall of Darnall Photography.

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CORONA DEL MAR 3 08 POI NS ET T I A AV E N U E This home was designed by renowned architect Christopher Brandon and construction is scheduled to be completed winter of 2017. Enjoy living minutes to world-class shopping, dining, and beaches. Offered for $6,995,000

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PRIVATE BEACH ACCESS A rare offering, this estate is located on the bluffs of Corona del Mar. This exclusive beachfront home offers coveted private beach access, a sport court, and a large wraparound terrace from which to enjoy a 180-degree view of the world-renowned sunsets, beach, jetty, and harbor. This exceptional home is adorned with Bouquet Canyon stone, a slate tile roof, beautiful garden and fountain, courtyard spa, outdoor kitchen, formal dining room, and attached two-car garage.

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The interior of the home offers four bedrooms and six baths with a main-level master suite, elevator, and three bedrooms on the second floor. All bedrooms are en-suite – three of which include a private balcony that allow you to enjoy the stunning views and sounds of the ocean. In addition, the home offers authentic wood floors throughout with a cedar-lined wine cellar, media room/den, kitchenette, and office. Close to world-class shopping, renowned restaurants, and Newport Harbor, and featuring literal private steps down to the beach. Welcome to the Corona del Mar lifestyle. Seller may consider financing. Additional square footage and a pool may be added — buyers advised to confirm status. Offered for $10,825,000

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LAGUNA BEACH 48 8 - 49 0 H I L L ST R E E T Presenting a phenomenal fourplex on two full-size lots in prestigious north Laguna. Each unit consists of two bedrooms and two baths, a fireplace in the living room, and its own personal balcony. The buildings are separated by an outdoor staircase offering an abundance of light. Price Upon Request

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COSTA MESA 169 E A ST 21 ST STREET Highly upgraded eastside Costa Mesa detached home built in 2002 featuring four bedrooms and three baths. This home includes a beautifully upgraded kitchen, spacious master, built-ins throughout the home, and a side fenced yard that is perfect for any gathering. Offered for $1,075,000

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C O R O N A Corona del Mar, a coastal town in Southern California, is known for its effortless charm, boat-filled harbor, and friendly neighbors. But before it became the most sought-after town with unmatched real estate, it was farmland. Over the course of 100 years, this beachfront bluff would go from $100 per lot to prices today — over $20,000,000 for an oceanfront property. If it weren’t for George Hart and his daring mind, Corona del Mar may have never become what it is today. At the turn of the 20th century, George Hart caught a vision for the undeveloped beachfront farmland that could only be reached by boat at high tide from the peninsula or by way of the Back Bay's muddy dirt road. But to Hart, the land seemed like an opportunity to develop a romantic seaside community. In June 1904, Hart purchased more than 700 acres of land for $150 an acre and named the soon-to-be town Corona del Mar — the Crown of the Sea. The Village hasn’t changed much since it was designed in 1904. 2,300 tracts were created at 30 x 120 feet, and by the end of August, they were ready to sell. An advertisement ran in Santa Ana’s Daily Evening Blade offering beach lots at $750 and the rest for $100 — property like that


sells for over $9,000,000 today. Nine lots sold before the end of the year, but when the new year came in 1905, no lots sold; nor in 1906. At the end of 1906, Hart gave 360 acres back, leaving the Village with 347 acres. In the years following, very few lots sold and less than a dozen houses were built. George Hart counted his loss and traded all of Corona del Mar for 5,000 acres in Riverside in 1916. F.D. Cornell & Co. now owned the land and quickly went to work. Cornell built a hotel, redid the pier, and renamed all the streets. Flower street names graced Corona del Mar, starting with Acacia and making their way to Poppy. Those streets still remain the same in our beloved Village today. In 1923, Corona del Mar was brought into the city of Newport Beach. Cityhood was an exciting change for Corona del Mar because it meant city amenities — like running water, electricity, and roads — including the Pacific Coast Highway. By 1926, the Coast Highway ran all the way through Corona del Mar, making it more easily accessible. To top off the 1920s, the Goldenrod Footbridge was built in 1928. The 240-foot-long bridge finally connected the north and east sides of the city, which allowed residents to easily access the beach over the “Pacific Canyon.”





1904 JUNE: George Hart purchased 700+ acres for $150 per acre from the Irvine Company and named the development Corona del Mar — Crown of the Sea. AUGUST: 30 x 120 foot lots were put on the market. Asking prices were $750 for beachfront lots and $100 for the rest of the nine lots sold.

Corona del Mar was brought into the city of Newport Beach. This meant city amenities for the charming Village.



Goldenrod Footbridge was built. The 240-foot-long George Hart traded Corona del Mar for 5,000 acres in Riverside. bridge now connected F.D. Cornell & Co. now owned Corona del Mar. F.D. Cornell built the north and east a hotel, redid the pier, and renamed all the streets to flower names. sides of the city.

1906 Hart gave back 360 acres to the Irvine Company, leaving the Village with 347 acres.

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1926 The Pacific Coast Highway now ran through Corona del Mar.



The Great Depression in the early 1930s put real estate on hold. But as the Depression ended in 1936, sales began to rise again — including the notable sale of the corner lot on Pacific Coast Highway and Poppy. Mathilda MacCulloch and her daughter Marguerite bought the lot after a trip to England. She hired an architect and built a home for $10,000. She later opened the home as the Hurley Bell, a retreat for Hollywood celebrities: Howard Hughes, Bette Davis, and Humphrey Bogart were just a few. In 1948, Mathilda died and Marguerite married. The Hurley Bell was leased out to different restaurants over the years, including our local favorite Five Crowns, the oldest original restaurant in Corona del Mar today. As real estate became more popular among the celebrities, a local realtor moved into town — John Sherrod Harris. His first order of business? Marketing and selling a 100-foot waterfront home on Ocean Boulevard. The estate was listed for $11,750; with inflation, that equals a mere $180,000 today. But as we know, those lots now sell for more than $10,000,000. In addition to his prized estate, Harris also offered lots all throughout the Village. Sand lots went for $850. And while people could buy lots, very few could build on them due to the war. But once World War II ended, people flocked to the charming blufftop beach town.



In the late 1940s, veterans settled in, building houses, opening up businesses, and bringing in visitors to enjoy the pristine beaches. A school and post office opened up, along with the nautical-themed Port Theater. The Port Theater is the oldest business in Corona del Mar today. Corona del Mar had everything a little family needed. As the Village became more popular, it began to expand, and by 1960, Shore Cliffs, Bayside, Irvine Terrace, Cameo Shores, and Cameo Highlands had all been developed. And while Corona del Mar continues to develop, it still remains the village on the bluffs. It contains some of the most sought-after real estate in the world. Not only is the land right on the ocean, but the community is one that’s hard to beat. It is filled with history, beauty, and friendly neighbors. There’s nothing quite like the Crown of the Sea.





The Great Depression hit and growth came to a halt.

The post office on Orchid Avenue came to Corona del Mar. The Port Theater on Pacific Coast Highway opened — and remains the oldest business in Corona del Mar today.

1945 After World War II ended, veterans settled in Corona del Mar, building houses, opening up businesses, and attracting visitors.

1936 The corner lot on Poppy and Pacific Coast Highway was sold and built. The home, quaintly known as the Hurley Bell, became a retreat for celebrities.


1952-1960 As the town began to grow, Shore Cliffs, Bayside, Irvine Terrace, Cameo Shores, and Cameo Highlands were developed.

The owner of the Hurley Bell died and the house was leased out to restaurants, eventually becoming a local favorite in 1965: Five Crowns, the oldest original restaurant in Corona del Mar. 15 |

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CORONA DEL MAR 3 0 8 & 3 0 8 . 5 F E R N LE A F AV E N U E This front and back house was designed by renowned architect Christopher Brandon and has every amenity one could possibly imagine. The front and back house will showcase a waterproof rooftop deck that will boast unobstructed views of the ocean, city, and Fashion Island®. From the LaCantina bifold doors that create an indoor-outdoor space with the loggia to the master bedroom overlooking the ocean, this is one property you won’t want to miss. 308 Fernleaf Avenue | Offered for $2,800,000 - $2,895,000 308.5 Fernleaf Avenue | Offered for $1,750,000 - $1,799,000

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CORONA DEL MAR 2 900 O C E A N BO U LE VARD 2900 Ocean Boulevard is truly one of the most significant and important estates in all of Corona del Mar. This magnificent home offers eight bedrooms (two masters), eleven bathrooms, five fireplaces, two great rooms, sauna, spa, and a true six-car garage. The home offers approximately 11,000 square feet of living space on an approximately 13,000 square foot lot—the largest corner lot in Corona del Mar. The unobstructed 280-degree views of Balboa Peninsula, Laguna Beach, Catalina Island, Newport and Balboa Piers, and the harbor and jetty are unparalleled. Offered for $17,750,000

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COTO DE CAZA 3174 2 C ONT I J O WAY This equestrian estate spans nearly three acres with a one-of-a-kind, turn-key custom design including a state-of-the-art equestrian area with direct access to riding trails. The property is only a short ride to the equestrian center and offers breathtaking mountain vistas in a serene private setting. Offered for $6,995,000

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CORONA DEL MAR 5 01 DAHL I A AV E N U E Presented by JANICE ARRIGO & PATTY PRESSON of Surterre Properties® |

BRE#01020536 | BRE#01382806

Remarkable home on a corner lot south of Pacific Coast Highway. Sophisticated interior with three bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths, and premium finish work. Highlights include a kitchen with exquisite detailing, master suite with steam shower, private entertaining patio with barbeque and fireplace, and ocean-view rooftop deck with fireplace and bar area. Offered for $3,650,000

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MAKE IT TONIGHT PESTO GENOVESE PREP TIME: 20 minutes • Makes 3/4 cup to 1 cup of sauce


In Ultramix, blender, or mortar and pestle, crush, mix, and blend garlic, basil, parsley, parmesan cheese, nuts, and salt to a paste. Still blending, gradually add the oil a little at a time and mix thoroughly to a smooth sauce. To serve with hot pasta, add it to the dish along with a lump of butter. Toss quickly and serve piping hot with freshly grated parmesan cheese. Leftover pesto may be covered with a little oil and refrigerated or frozen. A little pesto stirred into minestrone makes Minestrone Genovese.


• 6 small (or 4 large) cloves garlic • 15 large basil leaves or large handful • 2 sprigs parsley • 6 tablespoons parmesan cheese • 1/3 cup pine nuts or walnuts (roast nuts for more flavor) • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1/2 cup olive oil

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Represented Buyer

Sold May 2015. In escrow the first day it hit the Multiple Listing Service and closed in 29 days.




14-day close. This property is being combined with 3320 Ocean Boulevard to create a large estate.

Sold March 2014. The highest price per square foot on an interior street in Corona del Mar up to this date.

9-day close. New record sale for highest price sold on an interior street in Corona del Mar up to this date.




In escrow the second day it hit the Multiple Listing Service and closed escrow in three days.

Magnificent crashing white-water views of the rocks and surf of Little Corona Beach and Buck Gully.

This oversized lot offers the best views from the 200 block of Corona del Mar.

$6,500,000 Represented Buyer

$5,775,000 Represented Buyer

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$6,425,000 Represented Seller

$4,300,000 Represented Buyer & Seller

$6,175,000 Represented Buyer

$4,725,000 Represented Buyer

ask ADRIENNE 1. How do you negotiate the sale of a home? My number one rule of any negotiation is to do it face-to-face. Body language and physical responses give you important clues in understanding everyone involved. Second, whether you are representing the buyer or the seller, it is extremely important to understand your client's motivation for buying or selling a home. I’ve found that a deal is not always about the price; the terms of the deal are just as important. For example, occasionally the sellers don’t have a replacement property to move to once the house has closed. In this case, the buyer that offers to let the seller stay in the home free of charge or at a reduced rate for a couple of months will often get a better price. This can also work the other way around. Lastly, never be afraid to ask for more than what you want. Negotiations always end up settling in the middle — so ask for more to begin with.

2. What are some of the tactics to use in negotiations to make sure both the buyer and seller are happy? Keep focused, keep calm. Be tough, be honest, never let them see you sweat — and never, ever be confrontational. Always give the other side a chance to offer their point of view and listen with an open mind. The negotiation will not commence unless both the buyer and seller are happy. It has to be a win-win situation for both parties. Very often it can be a small token or a kind gesture that will get the other party to move. I’ve seen $8 million deals start to fizzle because of an argument over a piece of furniture.

3. How does negotiating high-end luxury homes differ from negotiating starter homes? When negotiating high-end luxury homes, in most cases, you need to get creative. No deal or personality is ever the same — especially when working with high-networth people. They are used to negotiating deals themselves, remaining calm, and not letting the other side spook them into making an irrational decision. As an agent, I make sure to maintain good relationships with other agents in my area because they will very often be sitting across from me when negotiating a deal. And never, ever, ever be afraid to ask — even if it seems outrageous. You never know.

4. How do you prepare for negotiation? What details do you consider? First off, you better know every single deal point and understand what motivates your client. As a trained therapist and certified negotiator, I know self-confidence is key. Additionally, I always consider the source. Negotiating a deal with an elderly client who may be a recent widow is a completely different ballgame than negotiating with a person that may be a negotiator themselves. Be kind, smile, be positive. And always stay with the issue at hand.

5. How do you deal with disagreements and confrontations in the negotiation process? Always, always, always remain calm. There will be disagreements and there will be confrontations. As I said, residential real estate is a very emotional business. If your demeanor is perceived as unsteady, you lose. Emotions can get in the way of representing your client in the best possible manner.

6. What is most important to you in the negotiation process and why? The most important thing to me in the negotiation process is to represent my client with honesty and integrity and to keep their needs in mind at all times. No deal is worth compromising your reputation.

6. What do you believe is the closing factor in negotiation? Always use time to your advantage. Very often, the other side will try to create conflict by rushing you into a decision. And quite simply, a successful negotiation is when all parties walk away feeling as though they won.

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Price Upon Request

Represented Seller

This charming and traditional beach home offers over 3,400 square feet of indoor living space, not to mention an abundant outdoor patio, balcony, and substantial courtyard. Boasting views of the ocean from the patio and living room.




Represented Seller

This spectacular newly built soft contemporary residence offering approximately 4,500 square feet of extensive indoor-outdoor living space is Corona del Mar living at its finest.

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Price Upon Request

Represented Buyer

Charming three bedroom, three bath home in the coveted 300 block of Corona del Mar. The home was originally built in 1957, but was remodeled in 1998 to create a quintessential English cottage.




Represented Buyer

This five bedroom, seven bath, three-story home is located on Balboa Peninsula Point. Custom-built in 2008 and completely redesigned and upgraded in 2012, it is adorned with custom millwork throughout and features an elevator and incredible rooftop deck.

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Price Upon Request

Represented Buyer & Seller

This home is located on a very desirable, approximately 40-foot lot offering magnificent crashing white-water views of the rocks and surf of Little Corona Beach and Buck Gully.

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Represented Buyer

Closed escrow in 9 days. Situated on one of the best streets in Corona del Mar’s 200 block, this custom Cape Cod-style masterpiece is the epitome of timeless elegance and class, featuring four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Minutes from world-famous beaches.

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Price Upon Request

Represented Seller

This approximately 40-foot lot offers the best views from the 200 block of Corona del Mar. Build your dream home in the Village, which offers world-class dining, beaches, shopping, and a community like no other, all within close proximity.




Represented Buyer

This oversized lot offers the best views from the 200 block of Corona del Mar. Build your dream home in the Village, which offers world-class dining, beaches, shopping, and a community like no other, all within close proximity.

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CORONA DEL MAR 313 POP PY AV E N U E Situated on a coveted approximately 45-foot lot, this turn-key Nantucket-style home offers an open floor plan and vaulted ceilings with ample natural light. Designed with white millwork, three-quarter-inch red oak and slate floors, and numerous doors that open to the patio oasis for seamless indoor-outdoor living. $5,080,000

Represented Seller

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K R I N G From the moment we met Adrienne, we were impressed. She is extremely professional and thoroughly understands the Corona del Mar real estate market. Adrienne kept us informed of properties that met our criteria and she was there to help us every step of the way once we found a home we liked. We appreciated her attention to detail as well as her ability to get our transaction closed in a timely manner.

We can’t say enough about Adrienne. We recommend her without any hesitation to those looking for a true professional with the experience and expertise to get the job done!"


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NEWPORT BEACH 1745 Westcliff Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660 949.650.8570 CORONA DEL MAR 2824 East Coast Highway


Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

3244 East Coast Highway


Corona Del Mar, CA 92625


*Located on the corner of Marguerite and Pacfic Coast Highway

255 Heber Avenue Park City, UT 84060 435.649.5540

Sunday - Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. Thursday - Saturday, 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. 949.640.7011

A MARKET 3400 West Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663 Telephone: 949.560.6515 Fax: 949.650.6506

Breakfast • Lunch • Catering • Fine Wines & Charcuterie


ADRIENNE APPROACH A specialist in high-end homes, most in Corona del Mar, Adrienne Brandes has SOLD OVER $171 MILLION since 2014 all by herself. She works for you—no team, no assistants. She is an agent who does not waste time, who listens and understands, who has an in-depth understanding of the market, and who can negotiate the best price possible and close the transaction. She has numerous record sales in Corona del Mar. Her track record, her in-depth market knowledge, and her tenacity make her the best choice as your real estate representative.

As a resident of Corona del Mar for 30 years, Adrienne Brandes knows the community and knows exactly where to focus your search as a buyer or price your home as a seller. Her invaluable knowledge and connections make her highly resourceful when it comes to meeting her clients’ needs and their ultimate satisfaction. Her track record as well as her lengthy list of satisfied clients overwhelmingly demonstrates that she has done it before and will do it again­—for you.

Ms. Brandes’ philanthropic work has aided Chapman University, Big Brothers / Big Sisters, Charter 100, and ATSC, to name a few. Adrienne holds two teaching credentials from UCLA, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Ecology from UCI, and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Chapman University.

ADRIENNE BRANDES 714.401.8277 w w w. A d r i e n n e B ra n d e s . c o m

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“Not only does Adrienne know how to buy and sell real estate for clients, she knows how to do the same for herself. She practices what she preaches. I have been Adrienne’s CPA for the past 12 years now and I was there at the beginning of her real estate career. It has been a real pleasure for me to see her become one of the most knowledgeable and successful real estate professionals in the area. While she has enthusiastically embraced technology to better serve her clients, she continues to excel in maintaining the human touch.” ~ Josiah G. Beldon, CPA, Beldon and Hutchison & Co., LLP “Adrienne is a very intelligent agent who is detail-oriented and has an out-of-the-box approach to marketing. She does

“Adrienne is an accomplished professional. She is generous

some extremely unique marketing for each property. She

with her time and knowledge and listens to her clients’ needs

doesn’t just do a blanket-type marketing, and that is what

and wants. Adrienne has spent countless hours and shown

makes her really creative and special. If there were somebody

us numerous houses. She is very knowledgeable of the area

that I was going to give a tough transaction to, I would give

and represents her community extremely well.”

it to Adrienne because she will get the job done.”

~ Dave Matzke, President, NESW Solutions | Corona del Mar

~ Gary Legrand, President & Chief Executive Officer Surterre Properties® | Newport Beach

“Adrienne is the perfect real estate agent because she is creative in every way­­— from staging our house to making

“Adrienne has been a blessing to work with. She has done

it look great to being able to see the potential in any house

the maximum to find the right buyer for my home, offering

we looked at to making deals that no one else could.”

recommendations to assist in the attractiveness of the home

~ Cecilia Goodman, Homemaker | Newport Beach

and investing marketing dollars to make sure potential clients had access. She also saw to it that there were sufficient open

“Adrienne Brandes recently listed and successfully sold our

houses to make sure we could draw from the ads and activity

home. Adrienne’s professionalism and willingness to go above

occurring at nearby homes. If you are looking for someone

and beyond what was expected along with her marketing

honest, pleasant, and attentive who will put your needs ahead

expertise was invaluable to my husband and me throughout

of their own and do their best to see that you maximize your

the sales process.”

price in the most timely manner, I can surely recommend

~D  ebra Chandler, VP Franchise Sales, Cendant Corporation

Adrienne to the highest extent.”

(Coldwell Banker) | Newport Beach

~ Eric McCoy | Corona del Mar “We luckily found Adrienne on a random search for an agent while beginning our quest for a dream home in the Newport Beach area. We were new to the area and she knew every nook and cranny of Newport and Corona del Mar. Beyond professional, organized, and on top of every request, she made the purchasing process as low-stress as possible and we couldn’t be happier with our new home. By far the best agent we’ve worked with. Definitely seek her out!” ~ Meredith Schlamalz | Corona del Mar “Adrienne was amazing in helping us and keeping us updated throughout our purchase of our short sale home. She was extremely professional and worked very well with the other agent in order to get us our home in a short time (which is unusual for a short sale). Adrienne treated us like family. We loved working with her and recommend her to anyone buying or selling a home!” ~ Elena and Jeff Singletary, Attorney at Law | Newport Beach



“I WORK FOR YOU” No Team, No Assistants Personal One-on-One Service for My Buyers & Sellers

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