Deasy/Penner Welcomes Gabriella De Nittis


Gabriella de Nittis is a partner at deasy/penner. She came to Los Angeles from Rome after completing her BA in Foreign languages and literature to pursue a career in Interior Design.

As the daughter of an architect and with a background in Interior Design, a career in real estate was an obvious transition. Her ability to communicate in English, French and Italian gives her a distinct advantage to attract worldly clientele. She has a great sense of style and a deep instruction in all varieties of architecture that services a wide audience.

Her 10 years experience in home decor define her as the perfect real estate professional. She can advise you with her specific eye for staging and restyling when selling or buying your home.

Gabriella lives with her husband & son in Laurel Canyon.

Gabriella de Nittis is happy to work with both buyers and sellers utilizing her extensive knowledge of school districts: public and private. Thanks to her expertise in Italian and French, Gabriella can also work closely with International buyers both in Los Angeles and in Europe. It is a natural that her focus is on relocation.

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