NELA Living Blog by Emilie Broughton

New Lease Listing – 98 S. Allen Ave. #104 in Pasadena! Open House May 23rd From 10-2 & 25th From 1-4!

I recently represented the buyers for this amazing and spacious two bedroom, two full bathroom condo which is now available for lease with all the features you could ever ask for. Move-in ready!

Enjoy the open concept floorplan which provides privacy for both bedroom suites and en-suite bathrooms. The unit has brand new carpeting, washer & dryer, bright living room, and dining area, cozy fireplace, contemporary kitchen with seating area and large patio, large storage space in the unit, secure entry and two gated subterranean parking spaces are included.

For more information, please contact me at emilie@emiliebroughton.com or visit my contact page.

You can also view additional photos here: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/87-S-Allen-Ave-APT-104-Pasadena-CA-91106/135813805_zpid/?

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Going The Extra Mile

My car has finally crossed the 222,222-mile mark and I thought I would share this with everyone along with my sincere thanks.

Choosing a new home to purchase or lease can be stressful and hard enough, but, picking the right agent or broker is an entirely different matter. First of all, you need to find someone who is knowledgeable not only about the current real estate trends but the area you are looking to move into as well and more importantly, is the agent you are working with going to adhere to your “wish-list” and do they have your best interest at heart?

Honestly, there are so many agents out there, which is why I am so grateful to the potential and existing clients that I have met and helped achieve their goal of finding the perfect home. I truly love what I do and I love going above and beyond to provide the most personable, honest and unprecedented customer service. I have flown across the Country and driven to locations near and far to attend conferences, events, and seminars in order to gain the most up-to-date information about the ongoing and everchanging market.

Thank you so much for your business, your referrals, your friendships and for following me on my journey. I will continue to GO THE EXTRA MILE and exceed expectations and I am always here to answer your questions. Here’s to another 222,222 miles!!

 

 

 

 

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Join Me For NELA’s 14th Annual Lummis Days Festival May 31st – June 2nd

It might not seem like Spring is nearing its’ end and Summer is fastly is approaching with the cold and overcast days we have been experiencing here in Southern California, but, why not come on out anyways and celebrate NELA style with the 14th Annual Lummis Days Festival where I will be on May 31st through June 2nd to support and celebrate the arts, history and ethnic diversity of the NELA community. The festival will include educational and cultural events to draw the community together for a shared experience while providing an extraordinary platform for cooperation among people of all ages and backgrounds. This is a weekend you will not want to miss!

Please see the schedule below and visit https://www.lummisday.org for more information

LUMMIS DAYS FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, May 31

Occidental College, Thorne Hall, 1600 Campus Road
7:00pm – 9:30pm
Free screening: “Con Safos: Reflections of Life in the Barrio”
World festival premiere of a documentary feature film directed by Emmy Award-winner Jimmy Velarde, who will moderate a panel discussion with several of the film’s subjects following the screening.

SATURDAY JUNE 1

Southwest Museum, 234 Museum Drive
10:00am — 2:00pm
In the Courtyard
California Art Club Paint / Sculpt-Out: Artists carry on the plein aire tradition creating works inspired by the Southwest Museum site’s views, history, and architecture.
Presented by the California Art Club in partnership with the Autry Museum of the American West.

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m
In the Sprague Gallery
Exhibition: “Four Centuries of Pueblo Pottery”
Lower Level
Exhibition: Making a Big Noise: The Explorations of Charles Lummis
Presented by the Autry Museum of the American West

Avenue 50 at York Boulevard
Boulevard Stage
5:00pm – 9:00pm
5:00 Wolves
6:05 Anderson Town
7:10 Janelane
8:15 Cigarette Bums

SUNDAY, JUNE 2

Southwest Museum, 234 Museum Drive
10:00am — 2:00pm
In the Courtyard
California Art Club Paint / Sculpt-Out: Artists carry on the plein aire tradition creating works inspired by the Southwest Museum site’s views, history, and architecture.
Presented by the California Art Club in partnership with the Autry Museum of the American West.

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m
In the Sprague Gallery
Exhibition: “Four Centuries of Pueblo Pottery”
Lower Level
Exhibition: Making a Big Noise: The Explorations of Charles Lummis
Presented by the Autry Museum of the American West

Lummis Home, 200 E. Avenue 43
10:30am – 2:00pm
Poetry Reading, Reception and Workshop
10:30 Musical Interlude – Karen Elaine
10:55 Native Blessing by Ted Garcia – Tatavia Song Keeper
11:00 Readings by Judith Terzi, Sesshu Foster and Suzanne Lummis
12:00 Reception
12:30 Poetry Workshop with William Archila

Sycamore Grove Park, 4702 N. Figueroa Street
12:30 pm – 7pm
12:15 “Bees & Butterflies: Beyond Borders” Parade from Southwest Museum across Figueroa, into Sycamore Grove Park to the Bandshell.
Musical accompaniment by Cuñao

Uptown Danza Stage
12:45 Native American Blessing by Julia Bogany, Cultural Affairs chair for the Gabrieleno/Tongva Tribe of San Gabriel
2:05 four
3:40 Iris Company
5:15 Ballet Coco

The Bandshell
1:00 Mariachi Lindas Mexicanas
2:35 With Strangers
4:10 The Evangenitals
5:45 Ricardo Lemvo

The Alisal Stage
1:15 Tremolo Lights
2:25 Moonlight Trio
3:35 Greger Walnum
4:45 El Haru Kuroi

Teatro Arroyo / Bugs and Puppets Stage
1:30 Butterfly Rhapsody
2:10 Ms. Serena Sing Along
2:45 Butterfly Rhapsody
3:25 Ms. Serena Sing Along
4:00 Butterfly Rhapsody

The Angel Stage
1:30 Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center Presents: Los Jarochicos
2:20 Carolina Russek Spanish and Mexican Dancers
3:10 Raul Martinez Presents: Next Generation with the Maria Felix Dancers
4:00 Ballet Bravo
4:50 “Life on the River,” A theatrical performance by the 3rd Graders of the Los Feliz Charter School of the Arts

Family Fun Area
1:00 – 500
• The Franklin School RoboNerds
• Create a Tongva Shell Necklace with Julia Bogany, Tribal Elder, San Gabrielino Band of Mission Indians
• Home Depot / Planting Booth
• “Bees & Butterflies: Beyond Borders” — Puppet making workshop sponsored by the Arroyo Arts Collective and Teatro Arroyo
• Audubon Center at Debs Park activity
• Frame Monster Paint-a-Thon
• Fahrenheit Ceramics Wall Hanging workshop
• Homes Fur All – Pet Adoption Information
• Making Space for Urban Wildlife
• Wild Foods – Urban Foraging
• Northeast Trees – Tree Planting
Elsewhere in the Park
• Adam’s Forge – Blacksmith demonstration in another area of the park – see map
• Independent Shakespeare Company Los A

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Emilie Broughton Unveils Her New YouTube Channel!!

I did it! I am so excited to announce that I have finally joined the YouTube bandwagon and created my own channel hopes of further connecting with current and potential clients to provide information on current real estate trends, listings, and events within the Los Angeles area with a more personal touch. This is all new for me but it should be a fun journey and I look forward to having you all along for the ride.

Please go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNKR6-SkLYY-r_hYI-9ADCQ and subscribe.

Thank you for your continued support.

 

 

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