Priciest home listings in LA last week

Three of the properties drew influence from past eras

Los Angeles /
Aug.August 01, 2017 11:00 AM

Leave it the well-heeled to dream up homes recalling days of excess. Three of the priciest listings last week drew influence from bygone eras.

The priciest pad, asking $22.5 million, was inspired by Petit Trianon, Marie Antoinette’s summer palace in Versailles. The Holmby Hills mansion with Italian marble and cherry wood floors has six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. There’s also a 46-foot-high dome in the entryway.

With an asking price of $19.9 million, the Beverly Hills penthouse on Wilshire Boulevard underwent a $3 million renovation and redesign to reflect an Art Deco style. The two-story condominium has three bedrooms and four bathrooms. It also has a 1,824-square-foot outdoor terrace and private interior elevator.

Lastly, the Old World estate off Carbon Mesa Road sits on more than five acres with a stone archway leading to a private sun deck. Owned by actor and filmmaker Mel Gibson, the 6,578-square-foot property also has its fair share of religious artwork, Variety reported. The property even includes rights to the exclusive La Costa Beach and Tennis Club where the membership fee costs about $100,000 with $670 in annual dues.

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

  1. 110 N. Mapleton Drive, Los Angeles
    Price: $22.5 million
    Size: 11,000 square feet, 6 bedrooms/12 bathrooms
    Built: 1990
    Agents: Gregory Bega and Lindsay Rae Galbraith of Sotheby’s International Realty
  1. 10727 Wilshire Boulevard, PH 5, Beverly Hills
    Price: $19.9 million
    Size: 5,991 square feet, 3 bedrooms/4 bathrooms
    Built: 2001
    Agents: Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
  1. Carbon Mesa Road, Malibu
    Price: $17.5 million
    Size: 6,578 square feet, 5 bedrooms/4 bathrooms
    Built: 1996
    Agents: Britt Elizondo and Damon Skelton of Compass
  1. 1404 Dawnridge Drive, Beverly Hills
    Price: $12.7 million
    Size: 8,679 square feet, 6 bedrooms/7 bathrooms
    Built: 1993
    Agents: Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland and Mauricio Umansky of the Agency 
  1. 32802 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu
    Price: $10.9 million
    Size: 3,492 square feet, 3 bedrooms/5 bathrooms
    Built: 2012
    Agents: James Whalen of Sotheby’s International Realty

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