LA Times: Brentwood Estate Once Owned by Smart & Final President Hits Market


The 1930s Spanish-style estate was the longtime home of Bob Laverty, the late businessman who served as president of the Thriftimart and Smart & Final stores for about two decades. It’s now up for sale at $6.485 million.

Set on a third of an acre, the gated home brings to mind the Tuscan countryside with its sun-washed palettes, olive trees and indoor-outdoor living spaces. A mix of stone, wood and iron materials add to the relaxed vibe.

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“Our personalities complement each other,” Justin Alexander said. “Meeting each other and joining forces helped push us along.”

The pair recently broke a record in Sherman Oaks, where they sold the home of “Gotham” actor Michael Chiklis for $4.8 million. They also represented a high-end developer when she purchased a plot in the Pacific Palisades for $6.5 million, soon to be relisted for $15 million.

ALEXANDER | PARTRIDGE is expecting to hit $50 million in sales this year.

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