Here are LA County’s priciest resi listings last week

Jeff Greene again trotting out Beverly Hills mega-mansion with $129 million price tag

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Nov.November 26, 2019 02:30 PM
Jeff Greene in front of his Beverly Hills abode, listed at $129 million (Credit: Zillow)
Jeff Greene in front of his Beverly Hills abode, listed at $129 million (Credit: Zillow)

Billionaire developer Jeff Greene has relisted his Beverly Hills mega-mansion, seeking $129 million for the massive estate. That easily makes it the priciest of the top five residential listings to hit Los Angeles County last week.

Greene is asking $129 million for the 25-acre estate, which is the same amount he was seeking back in 2017. If a buyer is willing to pay that sum, it would be the biggest residential sale ever in L.A. County. The current record holder is Petra Ecclestone, who sold Spelling Manor in Holmby Hills for $120 million in July.

Some of the others include a double penthouse condo at the Sierra Towers in West Hollywood and a new construction in the Bird Streets section of Hollywood Hills.

The data and information was compiled from Redfin and Zillow from Nov. 20-26.

9505 Lania Lane | Beverly Hills | $129 million

Luxury spec home developer Mohamed Hadid built this 35,000-square-foot home in 2002, and sold it Greene for $35 million five years later. Greene poured $25 million into the property — called “Piazza di Amore” — and tried to sell it for $195 million in 2014. The property has been on and off the market several times over the last five years. Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is the current listing agent. Amenities include wine-producing vineyards, an approximately 10,000-bottle wine cellar, and Turkish-style spa and bath. It also has a 12,500-square-foot entertainment complex with bowling alley, theater, ballroom, and tennis court, and 128-foot swimming pool.

911 Loma Vista Drive | Beverly Hills | $36 million

This 11,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style house is part of the Paul Trousdale developed estates by the Santa Monica mountains. The property, whose price is pegged at $3,273 per square foot, features a Venetian-style stone pool and spa. The owner is unidentified, and in default with $14.5 million in payments past due, according to Zillow. Tomer Fridman of Compass and Branden Williams of Hilton & Hyland are the listing agents.

9255 Doheny Rd Ph 1 and 2 | $33.5 million | West Hollywood

This Sierra Towers double penthouse condo is a combined 7,000 square feet and features floor to ceiling glass with views of downtown, Hollywood Hills, and the ocean. The asking price is $4,786 per square foot. The luxury condo market has had splashy recent sales with pop star The Weeknd and real estate titan Richard Lewis each buying Beverly West penthouse units for $21 million. For this listing, Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency has the listing.

833 Stradella Road | $32.5 million | Bel Air

This hillside mansion was designed by Mark Rios, who completed construction in 2014. The 11,000-square-foot mansion has a “swanky den” and “chef’s kitchen,” according to marketing materials. The listing price pegs it at $2,954 per square foot. Linda May and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland are the listing agents.

1561 Blue Jay Way | $18.9 million | Hollywood Hills

Construction was completed earlier this year on this Bird Street estate. It features a 1,400-square-foot multi-car garage. The house is 8,400 square feet, pegging the listing price at $2,250 per square foot. Amenities include a movie theater, atrium garden, and outdoor kitchen. Amir Jawaherian of The Agency is listing agent.


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