5 of The Most Expensive Homes in Los Angeles

The Editors | May 20, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

The coveted communities of Bel-Air and Beverly Hills, including the star-studded, guard-gated exclusive wing of Beverly Park, currently house some of L.A.’s most astonishing residences—several of which could set records if sold for their jaw-dropping asking prices.

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908 Bel-Air Road, $180 Million
Considered one of the finest lots in ultraelite Bel-Air, the spec home of plastic surgeon-turned-developer Dr. Raj Kanodia seamlessly unites the work of some of L.A.’s top visionaries. The dramatic design is by architect Paul McClean; Tyler Construction’s artisans laid the stones; and interior designer Lynda Murray and Mass Beverly provided the finishing touches. thewilliamsestates.com

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67 Beverly Park Court, $165 Million
Known as Villa Firenze—and located on 7 sprawling acres that could stand in as an authentic Italian village—this property is a palazzo-style masterpiece. Privacy is paramount at the estate, which is accessed by its own street. hiltonhyland.com

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924 Bel-Air Road, $150 million
Luxury developer Bruce Makowsky designed and curated this fantasy manor for “the ultimate billionaire who wants the best of everything.” And he didn’t hold back. Amenities include an 85-foot infinity pool, a helipad, a state-of-the-art movie theater, and multimillion-dollar collections of art and cars. thewilliamsestates.com

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9505 Lania Lane, $129 million
Perched above The Beverly Hills Hotel, the incredible Palazzo di Amore sits behind three grand sets of double gates. The suitable-for-a-king compound features architecture by Bob Ray Offenhauser and interior design by Alberto Pinto. theagencyre.com

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911 N. Foothill Road, $97.5 million
This eco-friendly hilltop retreat known as the Foothill Estate was completed in 2016 by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, which incorporated white oak, stone and expansive walls of glass into the contemporary home. Outside, views span from Beverly Hills to DTLA, and an 85-foot fully-tiled infinity pool beckons. weahomes.com



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Photography by: 67 Beverly Park Court and 924 bel-air road photos Courtesy of Hilton & Hyland | 9505 lania lane photo courtesy of the agency | 911 n. foothill lane photo by simon Berlyn