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

The combined total of $32M included in a few price chops

Sep.September 17, 2019 03:38 PM
Four of the top residential listings from last week (Credit: Redfin)
Four of the top residential listings from last week (Credit: Redfin)

Every week in Los Angeles County, there is usually a yawning gap between the five priciest homes on the market and the five priciest residential sales.

In the latest installment, the five priciest home sales last week totaled just $32.2 million, while the top five listings totaled $147.5 million.

For the most part, aspirational pricing in L.A. is still alive and well.

Last week, the top home sat on the market for just four days, though at $7.9 million, the Encino sale was far below the usual top spot-taker.

The other homes were in pricey neighborhoods like Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Brentwood.

The data and information was compiled from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin dating from Sept. 9-16.

3822 Green Vista Drive | Encino | $7.9M

The 9,000-square-foot home fetched more than $200,000 over its asking price, after a mere four days on the market. It had previously sold for $1.8 million in 2016. Robby Sutton of Hilton & Hyland handled the recent sale for the buyer. The listing broker was Dennis Chernov of Keller Williams.

10750 Chalen Road | Bel Air | $6.8M

This five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home sold below its original $7.3 million list price in June. The 4,851-square foot house features a garden, pool and spa. Sally Forster Jones of Compass represented the seller. Arlene Rutenberg of Coldwell Banker represented the buyer.

2660 Benedict Canyon Drive | Beverly Hills | $6.3 M

This five-bedroom, six-bath was relisted for $1 million below original $6.9 million price tag, before selling for $6.3 million. The property includes a long gated driveway and motor court parking for 20 cars. It also includes a pool with a 50-foot waterfall, spa, sauna and cabana area. Roger Perry of Rodeo Realty was the listing agent, and Kevin Stewart of The Agency represented the buyer.

441 South Lucerne | Hancock Park | $5.9M

This Arthur Kelly-designed home — he also designed the Playboy manse — features a new chef’s kitchen, wine cellar, gym and garage with two electric-car charging stations. The five-bedroom, five-bath, 5,164-square-foot home also includes maid’s quarters, detached guest house and playground. It went for about $100,000 below asking.

350 Fordyce Road | Brentwood | $5.3M

The 5,391-square-foot home has five-bedroom and 5.5 bathrooms. The sale was a price chop from the $5.9 million it originally listed for in January. Myra Nourmand and Rochelle Maize of Nourmand & Associates listed the property. Lobat Kohan Ghodoushim, also of Nourmand, represented the buyer.

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