Built for Aaron and Candy Spelling, the home is 123 rooms on 4.7 acres—plus a bowling alley.
Parking for 80 cars, a boxing ring, and a 5,000-square-foot master suite.
These blockbuster properties include Malibu beach houses and celebrity-pedigreed pads.
See renderings for the high-profile site on Bunker Hill, including a possible UCLA campus.
The storied Holmby Hills mansion sold less than one year ago for $90 million. Now it’s back on the market, unchanged but asking twice as much.
The DreamWorks executive has fought for years to keep the public off the beach and away from his compound. It appears he’s finally moving on.
The unyielding hotness of Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles likely helped this 1915 building fetch such a high price. It’s kitty-corner from the historic Tower Theatre and just across the street from the forthcoming Broadway Trade Center.
Gores new shangri-la on Carolwood Drive—where some of LA's priciest homes are located—comes with three swimming pools, a hair salon, and a 10-car garage. It's located on a two-acre property where Barbara Streisand's Mon Reve estate once stood.
Looking strictly at price per square foot, the 123-room Spelling mansion, which has a bowling alley in the basement and a spa with three hair stations, is an even better deal than the Playboy mansion.
Asking $79 million, the Georgian Revival-style residence was designed in the 1930s by Greystone Mansion architect Gordon B. Kaufmann for the daughter of movie mogul Louis B. Mayer, with interiors by Billy Haines.
A Formula One racing heiress bought The Manor from Candy Spelling, adding a nightclub, a spa, and a large tank full of exotic fish. The $200 million price tag will make it one of the most expensive homes for sale in the U.S.
The project—which would be the tallest Arts District development by a long shot—would radically alter the neighborhood, which has already changed drastically over the last few years via a steady influx of increasingly wealthier residents.
After a few years for sale off the market at $150 million, the Owlwood estate in Holmby Hills finally sold. The property counts many celebrities among its former owners, but the latest buyer is a real estate developer.
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After lots of interested parties (armed with low-ball offers), it appears the famed 1927 mansion in fancy Holmby Hills has found a buyer close by. The owner of a neighboring mansion is in contract to buy the place for an unknown amount.