Here are the 5 priciest resi sales in LA County last week

All but one of the top 5 most expensive sales was in Westside communities

Four of Los Angeles’ top 5 home sales last week
Four of Los Angeles’ top 5 home sales last week

The five priciest home sales in Los Angeles County last week totaled $30.3 million, a slight uptick from the week before.

The top deals of the week — four are located in the Westside — closed for between $4.7 million and $9.8 million. The oldest property was a home on the Sunset Strip built in 1910, and the newest was one in Beverly Hills Post Office completed last year. A Swiss diplomat’s home in Hancock Park was also among the top sales.

Data and information has been pulled from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin.

1 The Century | Unit TH A | Westwood | $9.8M
Actor Matthew Perry recently listed his penthouse at this condo tower for $35 million. Last week, however, this was the one that sold. The five-bedroom unit spans over 6,000 square feet across three levels at the base of the tower. The unit includes a wraparound terrace with a fireplace, a massive chef’s kitchen, private home theater, along with other amentities like automated shades and drapery system.

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424 S. Windsor Boulevard | Hancock Park | $6M
This 6,000-square-foot home in central L.A. was the former official residence of the Consul General of Switzerland. Built in 1921, the Spanish Revival-style home has four main bedrooms, including a master suite with a balcony and fireplace, as well as two bedrooms for staff. The interiors have hardwood floors and original moldings, terracotta and ironwork.

548 Dryad Road | Santa Monica Canyon | $5M
The smallest home among the top sales is a three-bedroom, four-bathroom property in the Santa Monica Canyon, a neighborhood within the city of L.A. The 1960s-era home has bare wood beams, a master bedroom with its own fireplace and balcony and a walled backyard.

1151 N. Doheny Drive | Hollywood | $4.8M
Just north of the Sunset Strip, this 3,600-square-foot home includes four bedrooms and dates to 1910. It sold for $1,337 per square foot. The Mediterranean-style main home has hardwood floors, a large living room, and a breakfast room. There’s also a guest unit above a detached garage.

1845 Coldwater Canyon Drive | Beverly Hills Post Office | $4.7M
Rounding out the top sales is a 4,800-square-foot Modern home completed last year. The house sits behind a gated front court and has an open floor plan with retractable walls and high ceilings. The basement includes a game room with a wet bar and screening room. The backyard includes a pool, an outdoor kitchen, and fire pit.