Here are the priciest resi listings in LA County last week

The most expensive home was a modern Italian Villa in Beverly Hills, listed for $15M

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 03, 2019 05:00 PM
From top: 3100 Benedict Canyon Dr, 748 Amalfi Drive, and 2244 Mandeville Canyon
From top: 3100 Benedict Canyon Dr, 748 Amalfi Drive, and 2244 Mandeville Canyon (Credit: Zillow)

Maybe it was the leadup to the Labor Day weekend, when home sales usually slow down, especially the luxury variety.

Whatever it was the five most-expensive residential listings amounted to $42.3 million. That’s less than half of the $100 million total that hit the market the week prior.

The priciest home that listed last week was a grandiose Italian Villa-style home on Benedict Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills, seeking $15 million. Despite the No.1 spot, the sellers of the pad were in fact vying for $19.5 million for the 12,500-square-foot mansion when they first listed it last summer.

The data and information was pulled from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin during Aug. 26 – 31.

3100 Benedict Canyon | Beverly Hills | $15 million

The two-story estate at 3100 Benedict Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills re-listed for $15 million, down $1 million since its most recent price chop in March. There are six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms in the main house. Amenities at the property include a wine cellar, movie theater, infinity-edge swimming pool, outdoor deck and elevator. Records show the home last traded for $15.5 million in August 2017, and listed for sale a year later for nearly $20 million. Phil Seymour of Keller Williams has the listing.

748 Amalfi Drive | Pacific Palisades | $13.9 million

A modern, wood-clad residence in the Pacific Palisades listed for $13.9 million last week. That’s about 11 percent less than when it first hit the market last year for $15.7 million. Spanning 8,270 square feet, the home at 748 Amalfi Drive was built in 2016. It features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, home theater, swimming pool and spa. Santiago Arana at the Agency has the listing.

634 Brooks Avenue | Venice | $5.7 million

In Venice, a two-story pad hit the market last week for $5.7 million, down from $6.5 million in March. The residence at 634 Brooks Avenue has five rooms in the main house, plus a two-bedroom guest house. There’s also a sprawling roof deck, lush landscaping throughout and parking for four cars. Jalda Hoff of The Bluewave Group has the listing.

2244 Mandeville Canyon Road | Brentwood | $5.6 million

The 6,500-square-foot modern home at 2244 Mandeville Canyon Road listed for $5.6 million last week. It first hit the market a year ago for nearly $7 million. The modern home has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, plus a stone-clad spa, office and a backyard with a swimming pool. Records show the home most recently listed for $5.9 million in April. Mary Beth Woods of Coldwell Banker has the listing.

255 Trino Way | Pacific Palisades | $5.5 million

An oceanfront home in the Pacific Palisades came on the market last week for the first time in two decades. The 3,000-square-foot home, which listed for $5.5 million, has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. In addition to sweeping views that reach Catalina Island, the modern home includes a movie theater, sauna and swimming pool. Marek Swiderski of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.


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