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

The top sales include a condo at the recently-completed West Hollywood Edition and a Brentwood home with a Tesla battery-powered backup electrical system

Sep.September 10, 2019 10:00 AM
The top sales of last week were all on the Westside
The top sales of last week were all on the Westside

Los Angeles’ luxury market has seen better days, but things may finally be looking up for spec mansions.

The top five home sales in Los Angeles County last week were all in the Westside and two of them were new construction mansions in Brentwood completed last year. Although both of those were discounted from their original asking prices.

A unit in Witkoff Group’s recently completed West Hollywood Edition development on Sunset Boulevard was the only condo unit to make the top five. A pair of older homes rounded out the list.

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

816 Glenmere Way
816 Glenmere Way

816 Glenmere Way | Brentwood | $10.5M

This 8,000-square-foot new construction home in the hills sold after a series of price cuts. The six-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom home features floor-to-ceiling windows and an open floor plan often seen in new construction mansions on the Westside. The house has an underground car lift and “complete smart home automation,” as well as solar panels and a Tesla battery-powered backup electrical system, according to its listing.

9040 W. Sunset Boulevard, Unit 901
9040 W. Sunset Boulevard, Unit 901

9040 W. Sunset Boulevard, Unit 901 | West Hollywood | $9.8M

This three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom unit at the John Pawson-designed West Hollywood Edition hotel and condo project spans 3,400 square feet, including a 470-square-foot south-facing terrace. At $2,841 per square foot, it’s the priciest of last week’s top sales on a per-square-foot basis. All of the West Hollywood Edition’s 20 condo units are on the top floors of the 13-story building.

1225 Chickory Lane
1225 Chickory Lane

1225 Chickory Lane | Brentwood | $9.5M

The largest home of the top sales last week is this 10,000-square-foot ridge-side mansion. The recently-completed home features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms and sits on three-quarters of an acre. A swimming pool is built into a rear deck, which hangs over a hillside. The home first listed in March for just under $11 million.

1307 Delresto Drive
1307 Delresto Drive

1307 Delresto Drive | Beverly Hills | $7.8M

The oldest home of last week’s top five is this 4,300-square-foot pad built in 1977. It has high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows and doors leading out to its landscaped backyard and pool. The four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home was designed by Robert Offenhauser and last sold in 1999 for just $3.1 million. It hit the market in July asking just under $9 million.

2227 Stratford Circle
2227 Stratford Circle

2227 Stratford Circle | Bel Air | $6.1M

This Mediterranean estate in Bel Air spans 8,360 square feet and includes six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The half-acre property sits in a private guarded community. The 22-year-old home was recently renovated and includes a three-car garage, motor court, and mostly landscaped grounds.

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