An invitation-only event, the meeting of the Networking and Advisory Council for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties’ luxury offices in San Diego County was held on May 8 at Fox Hill, the former Copley Estate in La Jolla. Over 80 agents attended the event to learn from keynote speakers Cristie St. James and Markus Canter, who discussed the methods and practices that have allowed them to consistently rank in the top 100 of the nation for their sales.
“This event was a tremendous success and I would like to thank everyone involved for the effort and time they applied to make it happen, especially the directors of the Networking and Advisory Council, Jan Clements, Gwyn Carter Rice, Lisa Stennes-Laikind, Todd Bloom, and Jeannie Gleeson,” said Nicki Marcellino, manager of the La Jolla office and vice president for San Diego. “I would also like to thank the sellers of Fox Hill, as I couldn’t imagine a more scenic venue for our meeting.”
One of the foremost properties in Southern California, the Copley Estate sits atop a lush eight-acre parcel overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Previously the family home of the Copley family, which made a profound impact on San Diego through its establishment of The San Diego Union Tribune, Fox Hill’s pool and gardens have witnessed many grand-scale fundraisers to support the city’s hospitals, charities and museums.
Offered by Greg Noonan of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, the Copley Estate has hosted many traveling dignitaries, Hollywood stars and visiting royalty over the years, including the Nixons and the King and Queen of Spain.