Here are the priciest resi listings in LA County last week

The top 5 include a $42M Beverly Hills estate owned by the son of late billionaire Norton Simon

Sep.September 09, 2019 04:00 PM
The four top listings (Credit: Zillow and Redfin)
The four top listings (Credit: Zillow and Redfin)

Is there is a renewed sense of optimism in the Los Angeles luxury market?

The top five homes that hit the market in L.A. County last week were nearly four times more than the total the week before.

This past week’s total of $160.9 million included a Beverly Hills estate once owned by the son of late-billionaire Norton Simon. Listed at $42 million, it took the top spot.

Two homes with killer views in Brentwood and Beverly Hills, meanwhile, each are listed for $36 million apiece. The others include a Tuscan-style estate in Beverly Hills, and another, though slightly less pricey Brentwood manse.

The data and information was compiled from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin during Sept. 2 to 9.

9901 Copley Drive| Beverly Hills | $42M
The 10,600-square-foot-home designed by famed architect Peter Choate is being listed by Jimmy Heckenberg of Rodeo Drive. The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home, whose longtime owner is Donald Simon, is on 2.4 acres overlooking the L.A. Country Club. The property includes a pool and tennis court.

12255 Sky Lane | Brentwood | $36M
The uber-modern seven-bedroom, nine-and-a-half-bath estate features panoramic views from DTLA to the ocean. It includes a glass-walled elevator and rooftop garden that can also accommodate more than 20 vehicles. The price per square foot pencils out to $2,156. The property was originally listed for $42 million in June before a price drop of $6 million on Sept. 6. Designed by architecture firm de Loren & Associates, 16,700-square-foot home comes with custom Toshi Kawabata artwork designed for the property, a 650-bottle wine cellar, 13-seat theater, gym and sauna. Outside amenities on the 1-acre lot include an infinity pool. Santiago Arana and Maurico Umansky of The Agency are handling the listing.

911 Loma Vista Drive | Beverly Hills | $36M
Tying for second is a 11,000-square-foot, 2-acre compound situated in Trousdale. It would pencil out $3,273 per square foot if bought at the listed price. Completed in 2002, the main residence includes five-bedroom suites and nine bathrooms and views from Century City to Downtown Los Angeles. There is also a detached three-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse and Venetian style stone pool and spa. Tomer Fridman and Michael Ketring of Compass have the listing.

60 Beverly Park | Beverly Hills | $30M
A 10-bedroom, 16-bath Tuscan compound is on more than 2.2 acres in the gated North Beverly Park enclave. The multilevel, 11,200-square-foot estate includes the main home with a theater, wine cellar and large balcony. The grounds feature a tennis court, pool and pool house, gym and two-story guest house. An adjacent 3-acre lot is also up for grabs, for an additional $28 million. Tomer Fridman of Compass is the listing agent.

12727 Highwood Street | Brentwood | $16.9M
A custom-built Brentwood Park estate is 16,152 square feet. The price per square foot works out to $1,050. The eight-bedroom, 12-bath manse features an outdoor terrace offering treetop views, along with a media room and maid’s quarters on the lower level. There is also an infinity pool. Tami Pardee of Halton Pardee, and Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency have the listing.

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