UPDATED, Sept. 26, 11:47 a.m.: The tony hillside communities on the Westside recorded four of the top five priciest residential sales in Los Angeles County last week. And all but one sold for below asking, another indicator of the continued softening luxury market.
The Westside was popular, but it was a recently-built mansion in Bradbury that nabbed the highest sale, at $10.5 million. The 14,700-square-foot home was the only one to sell for eight digits over the past seven days.
Combined, the five sales amounted to $41.4 million, well above the previous week’s $32.2 million.
The information was compiled from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin, from Sept. 17-24.
608 Deodar Lane | Bradbury | $10.5M
This 2016-built neo-classical mansion spans 14,700 square feet and sits on nearly 3 acres of land. It sits within the Bradbury Estates gated community at the southern edge of Angeles National Forest. The eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom home has a maid’s room, library, three fireplaces and an elevator. The sale was well below the original asking price of $13.5 million, when it hit the market in April. Ronald Chang with Coldwell Banker Arcadia had the listing.
106 Winnett Place | Santa Monica | $8.5M
Set just off San Vicente Boulevard, this 9,580-square-foot home sits on about a half-acre, landscaped with fountains, gardens, and walkways. The 2001 home has limestone and wood floors. There are four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, including a master bedroom suite with a fireplace. It hit the market in June asking just under $9 million. Charles Pence and Michael Gruning with Compass had the listing.
3378 Stone Ridge Lane | Bel Air | $8.3M
Built in 1987, this 9,000-square-foot home is the oldest among the top sales last week. It sits in a gated community off Mulholland Drive near the Stone Canyon Reservoir. A large stone motor court sits at the entrance of the home. Behind it, a landscaped yard leads to the pool, a pool house and a small tennis court. The Bel Air home also hit the market asking around $9 million in June. Steve Frankel with Coldwell banker and Ari Afshar with Compass had the listing.
1557 Tower Grove Drive | Beverly Hills | $7.1M
This modern spec home totals 6,100 square feet and has six bedrooms and bathrooms. Records suggest it was built in 2013. Like many spec mansions that have hit the market in recent years, the home has an open floor plan and retractable glass doors to close off or open up rooms. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls also open to the backyard and pool. It sold for about $50,000 above its August asking price. Steve Frankel with Coldwell Banker had the listing.
121 N. Canyon View Drive | Brentwood | $7M
This 7,600-square-foot home built last year sold as a pocket listing. The home has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a formal dining room, and floor-to-ceiling glass doors between rooms. David Berg and F. Ron Smith with Compass had the listing.
Correction: a previous version of this article incorrectly listed the seller-side agents on last week’s sales.