The priciest homes on the market in L.A.

Home prices in the city grew 16.75 percent last year

New York /
Mar.March 15, 2014 10:00 AM

 Los Angeles, with its swanky neighborhoods and gated mansions, has always been an expensive place to buy real estate.

Home prices there grew a whopping 16.75 percent between January 2013 and January 2014, according to real estate intelligence firm DataQuick.

Some Los Angeles houses, however, are in a league of their own. The experts at Point2 Homes helped us come up a list of the most expensive mansions for sale in LA county. We also looked at listings from The Agency, Sotheby’s International Realty, and Christie’s International Realty to compile this list.

In addition to the desirable zip code, millions of dollars in Los Angeles will buy you a pool and other outdoor amenities, a nice plot of land and beautiful surrounding views.

 

This Mediterranean mansion sits in the Golden Triangle of Beverly Hills.

Address: Beverly Hills, CA

Price: $55 million

This estate sits at the heart of the Golden Triangle in Beverly Hills, known for its exclusive neighborhoods and shopping and entertainment that caters to Los Angeles’ richest. The home is designed with airy, open spaces and features a two-story office library.

 

‘This mansion is an architecture lover’s dream.

Address: 31250 Broad Beach Road, Malibu, CA 90265

Price: $57.5 million

Starchitect Frank Gehry built this estate in 1989. It includes a rare 160 feet of beachfront along Malibu’s coveted Broad Beach. It also comes with a spa, outdoor fireplace and adjoining kitchen for backyard entertainment.

 

This mansion recently received a price cut.

Address: 172 Bliss Canyon Road, Bradbury, CA 91008

Price: $68.8 million

With over 30,000 square feet in the main house, plus another 3,000 in outdoor galleries, this estate is a bargain at $68.8 million, especially after receiving a $10 million price cut recently. The property also includes a guest house, a pool house and a 15-person jacuzzi. It’s decorated with hand painted frescoes in Venetian plaster.

 

The Carolwood Estate used to belong to Walt Disney.

Address: North Carolwood Drive, Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, CA

Price: $90 million

This former Walt Disney property features a putting green, custom movie room, three bars, library, gym, and two safe rooms. The house sits in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood, but is set back far enough for extra privacy. No other houses are in sight of this property.

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