The priciest home listings in LA last week

Private equity executive's Beverly Hills manse tops the leaderboard

May 15, 2017 08:30 AM
Priciest listings (MLS/Matthew Momberger)

The Beverly Hills mansion of private equity executive Michael Michelson hit the market with an asking price of $18.9 million, making it the priciest listing to come online in Los Angeles last week.

The 11,588-square-foot Tudor-style mansion has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and features a dry sauna with an outdoor pool and tennis court.

Michelson purchased the property from former MGM COO and current Cinedigm CEO Chris McGurk for $16 million in June 2016.

Here are the top five single-family home listings in Los Angeles last week, according to TRD’s analysis of Redfin, Zillow and MLS data:

807 N. Crescent Drive (MLS)
  1. 807 N. Crescent Drive, Beverly Hills
    Price: $18.9 million
    Size: 11,588 square feet, 6 bedrooms/7 bathrooms
    Built: 1982
    Agents: Brett and Jason Oppenheim of the Oppenheim Group
1635 Blue Jay Way (MLS)
  1. 1635 Blue Jay Way, Los Angeles
    Price: $17.9 million
    Size: 11,000 square feet, Bedroom, bathrooms undisclosed
    Built: 1965
    Agents: Michael Druker and Jeff Kohl of the Agency
356 S Hudson Avenue (MLS)
  1. 356 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles
    Price: $14.5 million
    Size: 9,676 square feet, 9 bedrooms/9 bathrooms
    Built: 1925
    Agents: Brett Lawyer of Hilton & Hyland
4425 Haskell Avenue (MLS)
  1. 4425 Haskell Avenue, Encino
    Price: $13.9 million
    Size: 14,900 square feet, 8 bedrooms/10 bathrooms
    Built: 2017
    Agents: Marc Noah and Jay Robertson of Sotheby’s International Realty
1281 Stone Canyon Road (Matthew Momberger)
  1. 1281 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles
    Price: $13.3 million
    Size: 9,125 square feet, 6 bedrooms/6 bathrooms
    Built: 2017
    Agents: Aaron Kirman of John Aaroe Group and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland

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