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Coastal Premier Properties Welcomes Marla Bradley Weil

Coastal Premier Properties is excited to welcome Marla Bradley Weil! Marla will be working out of our Carmel Valley Office.

Marla Bradley Weil Welcome

About Marla:

Marla has a love for creating and designing new spaces for people to enjoy living in.  Her interior design services and reinvention of existing spaces stem from her innate creativity, and desire for living an “original life”. Although Marla grew up in Los Angeles, California, She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the University of Arizona. During her time there she studied a wide variety of Studio Art and Art History.  In 1997, Marla moved to Florence, Italy with the intentions of studying with Studio Arts International, affiliated with the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois.  She has traveled extensively around the world with a focus on Cultural aesthetics, art and architecture. Having lived in San Francisco for 15 years, Marla had the opportunity to work with the Interior Design firm of Candra Scott & Anderson that specializes in Renovation of Historical Hotels & Residential properties. Marla managed the retrofitting and redesign of the Hotel Rex in San Francisco, the redesign of Nickel & Nickel Winery in Napa, CA and the Sonoma Mission Inn in Sonoma, California. She has also owned and renovated a San Francisco, Edwardian Home built in 1908.  Marla has worked on numerous private homes in Northern & Southern California.

Marla is also a fine artist and has shown her paintings in Galleries/shows in San Francisco, Los Angeles & Palm Springs, California.

Marla Lived in Palm Desert, California for 5 years where she pursued a career as VP of Sales and Marketing for the fashion label, Icon. As Vice President of Sales and Marketing, she was able to accrue valuable skills to market products proficiently.

Marla Received her Internationally recognized certification in Interior Design, from the Interior Design Institute in San Francisco, and has a California Real Estate License. Her true passion is combining her natural sales ability and interest in people, with her creative talents.

Click here to contact Marla! For more about Coastal Premier Properties, visit our website!

Urban vs. Rural Living

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Trying to decide on what kind of environment you want to live in?  Both have their perks, however there are a few important factors to consider before making the decision.

Cost of Living

Generally speaking, city life will be a bit more pricey because your proximity to business establishments.  A 3 bedroom rural house might cost the same as a 1 bedroom urban apartment, not to mention HOA fees can be a lot higher in the city.

Amenities

The city-life has loads more to offer in the sense of clubs, restaurants, general entertainment and great for people who like to party, eat and shop outside.  However, if you are more interested in a more quiet lifestyle, then a house out in town is okay as well.

Family

Whether you have a family or thinking about starting one, being in the right kind of location is important.  Depending on your financial status, you can buy a home in the urban area if you don’t mind your kids growing up in a city.  However, if you are operating on a limited budget, you might want to opt for the rural living.

 

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