Priciest home listings in LA last week

Bel Air spec manse soars to the top

July 11, 2017 08:30 AM
Priciest listings (MLS)

The difference between the priciest listing last week and the second priciest? A mere $83.5 million.


After four months without a $100 million-plus home listing, Donald Bolin of Bolin Development busted onto the scene with a 31,000-square-foot spec palace, asking price of $100 million. The next most expensive property listed last week was a paltry-by-comparison $16.5 million.

Bolin told The Real Deal the five-year project will likely be his last mega-home, joking that another spec manse development would probably end his marriage.

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

10979 Chalon Rd (MLS)
  1. 10979 Chalon Road, Bel Air
    Price: $100 million
    Size: 31,000 square feet, 12 bedrooms/16 bathrooms
    Built: 2017
    Agents: Arline Bolin of Hootan Troy Farahmand
1714 Stone Canyon Rd (MLS)
  1. 1714 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles
    Price: $16.5 million
    Size: 17,415 square feet, 8 bedrooms/12 bathrooms
    Built: 2016
    Agents: Aaron Kirman and Neyshia Go of John Aaroe Group
1524 Stone Canyon Rd (MLS)
  1. 1524 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles
    Price: $15.9 million
    Size: 8,772 square feet, 4 bedrooms/5 bathrooms
    Built: 1969
    Agents: Rick Ojeda and Tim Mullin of Partners Trust
8790 Appian Way (MLS)
  1. 8790 Appian Way, Los Angeles
    Price: $9.2 million
    Size: Square footage undisclosed, 4 bedrooms/5 bathrooms
    Built: 2017
    Agents: Donald Heller of the Agency
27352 Escondido Beach Rd Hwy (MLS)
  1. 27352 Escondido Beach Road Highway, Malibu
    Price: $8.5 million
    Size: 4,538 square feet, 3 bedrooms/5 bathrooms
    Built: 1988
    Agents: Jonathan Steindorff of 4 Malibu Real Estate

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