The five priciest home listings in Los Angeles County last week totaled $118 million, and include two properties in Malibu’s Carbon Beach, two in Brentwood and one in Beverly Hills.
The most expensive is a Mediterranean-style manse in Brentwood, which is listed for $38 million and was designed by Oscar Shamamian of Ferguson & Shamamian architects.
The list came out to nearly half the $223 million total from the top five the week before. That number was padded by developer Gala Asher, who relisted a $110 million massive Wallingford Estate in Beverly Hills.
The data and information was from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin from Sept. 24-30.
334 S. Burlingame Avenue | Brentwood | $38M
This large three-story Mediterranean-style mansion spans nearly 14,400 square feet and was designed by architect Oscar Shamamian. The main house has six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms and there is also a guest house on the 1.3-acre lot. The landscaped backyard includes a large trellis-covered patio area, a pool, and gardens. The home was built in 2010. Elisabeth Halstead with Berkshire Hathaway has the listing.
22102 Pacific Coast Highway | Malibu | $23.8M
This listing is another Mediterranean-style home, but in a much different setting. The 3,800-square-foot home sits on the Pacific Ocean in Malibu’s Carbon Beach area, also called “Billionaire’s Row.” The first floor emphasizes the beach views with large doorways leading to a back patio and its 60 feet of beach frontage. The interiors have exposed wood ceiling beams and arched doorways in keeping with its Mediterranean styling. There’s also a guest cottage. Chris Cortazzo and Bruce Mibach with Compass have the listing.
21536 Pacific Coast Highway | Malibu | $23M
Less than a mile east, Candy Spelling has listed her Malibu beach house with 81 feet of frontage. Just two months ago, Spelling’s former 123-room estate in Beverly Hills sold for a record $120 million. While it’s no Spelling Manor, the 8,200-square-foot home on Carbon Beach is nothing to scoff at. It has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms and nearly covers the entire lot. A large back deck area and large windows overlook the Pacific. The interiors have limestone flooring and exposed beam ceilings, as well as a maid’s room and a large kitchen. Chris Cortazzo with Compass and Joyce Rey with Coldwell Banker have the listing.
820 N. Roxbury Drive | Beverly Hills | $18M
This Spanish-style home dates from 1927 and rivals modern mansions in size. The home spans 9,200 square feet and has high ceilings, dark wood floors and exposed beams. The home is built around a large brick courtyard. The backyard has a modern swimming pool and a guest house. Kurt Rappaport with Westside Estate Agency has the listing.
12921 Marlboro Street | Brentwood | $15.5M
Built in 2001, this 9,700-square-foot Traditional home has dark wood floors, a massive kitchen, a home theater room, and a gym. The half-acre lot is lined with tall hedges for privacy. The landscaped backyard also has a pool and a guesthouse. There are five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, as well as a three-car garage.
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