Here are the top resi sales in LA County

The 5 priciest sales totaled $53M and included a couple of properties on the same Pacific Palisades block

Nov.November 27, 2019 04:01 PM
From top left, clockwise: 9601 Oak Pass Road, 915 Amalfi Drive, 915 Amalfi Drive, and 337 S Anita Avenue (Credit: Redfin)
From top left, clockwise: 9601 Oak Pass Road, 915 Amalfi Drive, 915 Amalfi Drive, and 337 S Anita Avenue (Credit: Redfin)

The five priciest homes that sold in Los Angeles County last week totaled $53.3 million, a 70 percent jump from the total the week before.

Two of the properties last week were on Amalfi Drive in the Pacific Palisades. Another notable transaction was a Bird Streets property in the Hollywood Hills. Home sales in that enclave have been sluggish, particularly among ultra high-priced properties.

Information was compiled from Redfin, Zillow, and the Multiple Listings Services from Nov. 21-27.

9601 Oak Pass Rd | Beverly Hills | $22.5 million

Local architect Noah Walker of Walker Workshop designed the 10,381-square-foot ultra-modern mansion. The price penciled out to $2,167 per square foot. Amenities in this six bedroom, 10-bathroom home include a 75-foot lap pool and live concert space. Tomer Fridman and Michael Chen on Compass represented the seller, and Zach Goldsmith of Hilton & Hyland served as agent for the buyer.

915 Amalfi Drive | Pacific Palisades | $11 million

The one-bedroom, one-bathroom property encompasses 6,250 square feet, but features a 38,000-square-foot lot. The deal pencils out at $1,760 per square foot. The sale was $1.2 million higher than what it previously sold for in 2017. David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California represented seller and buyer.

 1233 N. Doheny Drive | Hollywood Hills | $9.2 million

 This bird could fly, even amid a sales slowdown and price cuts in the Bird Streets. This 80-year-old, 5,589-square-foot property in the lower Bird Streets has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The deal penciled out at $1,638 per square foot. Jason Oppenheim and Mary Fitzgerald of The Oppenheim Group represented the seller, and Branden Williams of Hilton & Hyland represented the buyer.

337 S. Anita Drive | Brentwood | $5.5 million

This 5,776-square-foot home has five bedrooms and six bathrooms, marketed as a “gated east coast traditional.” The 13-year-old home includes a butler’s pantry, temperature controlled wine closet, gym and powder room. The sale penciled out at $952 per square foot. Robert Winans of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented the seller. Tyler Convery of Jax Real Estate served as buying agent.

1529 Amalfi Drive | Pacific Palisades | $5.1 million

This Amalfi Drive home was built in 1947, and has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The 3,306-square-foot home was marketed as a teardown, and the sale penciled out to $1,543 per square foot. Fran Flanagan and Wheeler Coberly of Compass were the listing agents, and Cindy Ambuehl of Compass represented the buyer.

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