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The priciest home listings in LA last week

A $29M Beverly Park manse topped the charts
By Subrina Hudson | February 13, 2017 01:00PM

Priciest Listings (MLS/Hilton & Hyland/Ben Bacal)

In a newly introduced feature, The Real Deal L.A. will roundup the most expensive single-family homes to hit the market each week.

A Colonial mansion in the tony Beverly Park enclave hit the market for $29 million, making it the priciest single-family home listed last week.

The seller of the more than 4-acre estate at 10 Beverly Park is Dastel Corp., an entity linked to Mikhail Lesin, Russia’s former minister of communications. Dastel purchased the property for $13.8 million in August 2011.

It’s one of the few estates in the gated community to offer panoramic views of the city.

Here are the five priciest single-family home listings in Los Angeles, according to TRD‘s analysis of Redfin and MLS data.

10 Beverly Park (MLS)

  1. 10 Beverly Park, Beverly Hills
    Price: $29 million
    Size: 13,500 square feet, 7 bedrooms/10 bathrooms
    Built: 1988
    Agents: Aaron Kirman and Neyshia Go of John Aaroe Group

    2701 Via Elevado (Hilton & Hyland)

  1. 2701 Via Elevado, Palos Verdes Estates
    Price: $26.7 million
    Size: 8,847 square feet, 5 bedrooms/5 bathrooms
    Built: 1936
    Agents: David Konheim of Hilton & Hyland and Lily Liang of Strand Hill Properties

    800 Linda Flora Dr (Hilton & Hyland)

  1. 800 Linda Flora Drive, Los Angeles
    Price: $22.5 million
    Size: 11,200 square feet, 5 bedrooms/6 bathrooms
    Built: 2008
    Agents: Ron de Salvo of Coldwell Banker

    410 Dabney Ln (Hilton & Hyland)

  1. 410 Dabney Ln, Beverly Hills
    Price: $18.5 million
    Size: 6,200 square feet, 5 bedrooms/6 bathrooms
    Built: 1958
    Agents: Branden and Rayni Williams of Hilton & Hyland

    1230-1250 La Collina (Ben Bacal)

  1. 1230 and 1250 La Collina Dr, Beverly Hills
    Price: $15.5 million
    Size: 8,169 square feet, 8 bedrooms/6 bathrooms
    Built: 1924
    Agents: Joyce Rey and Ariene Rutenberg of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage