Christopher Pomeroy
(917) 838-4692

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Christopher Pomeroy is known for his aesthetic judgement, a passionate knowledge of architecture, a discerning eye, discretion and a true passion for the job. Working with an exceptional clientele from the worlds of art, entertainment, finance, and more, he sold well over a $100 million dollars of property during his time spent in the real estate market of New York City where he represented clients in the sale or purchase of property as varied as a condominium by the Pritzker winning Jean Nouvel, the AIA and SARA award-winning Chelsea Modern as well as some of the most important historic estates and modern architecture in the Hudson Valley. With a great grasp of the ever-changing Los Angeles and International real estate landscape he is able to work at the highest levels. Coming from a successful marketing background, Christopher worked with The New Yorker magazine, General Motors & Bacardi (among others), where he developed sharp marketing instincts that have well-served those he works with in the realm of real estate. Buyers enjoy the benefits of someone who takes the time to understand what they want, knows the market thoroughly and makes the process of acquiring a special property the pleasure it should be. Sellers welcome his tireless work ethic, hands-on approach and desire to use every resource at his disposal to get the strongest result possible. Constant high-end referrals and tremendous repeat business speak to excellence in the field. He is a member in good standing of the Beverly Hills Greater Los Angeles Board of Realtors (where he serves on the Public Policy Committee), The National Association of Realtors, The Real Estate Board of New York and The California Association of Realtors. An ardent supporter of both historic preservation and smart new construction Christopher is a resident of Windsor Square and is a member of the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society. He is also a long-time advocate for multiple charitable organizations including Guiding Eyes For The Blind, Habitat For Humanity, The ASPCA and CicLAvia. A donation is made to a non-profit for every deal completed.
(917) 838-4692

chris@crosbydoe.com
 $1,495,000

Hidden discreetly behind a walled and gated formal rose garden, this sun-filled 1924 California interpretation of the English Cotswold Cottage in the vibrant Wilshire-Hancock area of Los Angeles once graced the cover of Architectural Digest.