The top five homes that hit the market last week in Los Angeles County are asking a combined $80 million, and most of them are relistings.
The priciest of the entire lot? That would be a 9,500-square-foot Bel Air mansion, for $25 million.
Several of the relistings had lingered for months before their price was eventually slashed. In the past year, sellers in L.A. have been struggling to unload their luxury homes at original asking, which has prompted a wave of discounts.
The data and information has been pulled from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin.
600 Perugia Way | Bel Air | $24.9 million
A newly built home in Bel Air, the price was down $2 million from its asking in April. Designed by Joseph Lam and Zen West Design, the property includes five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. A swimming pool, lush landscaping and motor court complete the 9,500-square-foot main residence. The property at 600 Perugia Way last traded for $6.8 million in 2007. Aaron Kirman of Compass and Steve Frankel of Coldwell Banker share the listing.
1435 Tanager Way | Hollywood Hills | $14.9 million
This home in the trophy “Front Row” of the Bird Streets in the Hollywood Hills was chopped to $14.9 million, down from its $19 million ask in January. Lindsay Chambers, founder of an eponymous interior design firm, is selling the 12,700-square-foot pad. Recently remodeled, the property includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms. There’s also a new infinity pool and outdoor lounge area outside. Chambers bought the residence for $10.9 million in 2014, records show. Jayden Chen of Re/Max Advanced Realty now has the listing.
10727 Wilshire Boulevard | Westwood | $14.8 million
Shortly after breaking a Westwood record, a penthouse at The Remington is back on the market for roughly $1 million more than what it sold for in June. Jordana Woodland, founder of lingerie company and ex-wife of Michael Goguen, sold the 6,000-square-foot unit for $13.3 million in June. That buyer, rumored to be a developer, has since put it on the market for $14.8 million. Designed by LM Pagano Design, the penthouse includes three bedrooms and five bathrooms. There’s also a two-story living room, marble fireplace, office and city views. Luke Anderson and Greg Holcomb of Compass have the listing.
1728 Chevy Chase Drive | Beverly Hills | $12.9 million
A Spanish-style home that sits on a 21,000-square-foot lot came on the market for $12.9 million, down roughly 6.4 percent from its listing price in June. Spanning 7,200 square feet, the main two-story residence includes five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. There’s also a yoga studio, tennis court, sprawling backyard and swimming pool on the grounds. Jill Epstein of Nourmand and Associates had the listing.
12071 Crest Court | Beverly Hills | $12.6 million
Located in the gated Summit community, this 6,590-square-foot pad hit the market for $12.6 million last week. The home features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, plus a swimming pool and tennis court. It last sold for $10.3 million in 2017, records show. Chen of Re/Max also has this listing.