Beverly Hills MARKETWatch, 16 New Homes & 1 Condo For Sale and 8 Properties Sold the Past 7 days
Tomorrow night is Halloween and it is important to drive safely, as there will be children walking in the streets in search of large quantities of candy. J I’m trying to remember the last time I went “trick or treating.” It’s probably been several decades. Clearly a sign of aging. J
It has been an interesting week in real estate. The most expensive home ever listed in the United States came on the market this week in Lower Bel Air, adjacent to Beverly Hills. Due to its uniqueness, it is the first home that I am highlighting this week. You can find the expanded information sheets and photos of these listings by clicking on the "Highlighted Properties".
The first highlighted property is a classic French Neoclassical estate with panoramic views of Los Angeles located in Lower Bel Air. Known as the “Chartwell,” this is the finest and highest priced estate in the United States. If the exterior looks familiar, it probably is. This is the home used in the old Beverly Hillbillies television show. Yes, the reality is that Jed Clampett really lived in Bel Air. J This estate has eleven bedrooms and seventeen bathrooms and features a luxurious master suite, a professional kitchen, a 12,000 bottle wine cellar and underground parking for 40 cars, for an approximate total of 25,000 square feet. The home sits on a 10.39 ACRE lot with a 75-foot swimming pool, a tennis court, a five-bedroom guesthouse and palatial grounds Asking price for this property is $245 million.
The second highlighted property is a Mediterranean-style home located in the prime Beverly Hills Flats north of Santa Monica Blvd. This two-story home has five bedrooms and six and one half bathrooms and features a grand entry way with a wrought iron staircase, a family room and a large gourmet kitchen, for a total of 5,157 square feet. The home is on a 20,564 square-foot lot with a swimming pool, a tennis court and a one-bedroom guesthouse. Asking price for home is $13,495,000.
The third highlighted property is a European villa located in the guard-gated Beverly Park community in the Beverly Hills Post Office (BHPO) area. This two-story home has seven bedrooms and twelve and one half bathrooms and features soaring 30-foot ceilings with hand-painted murals, a palatial master suite, a game room, a theater and a gym, for a total of 17,100 square feet. The home is on a 80,726 square-foot lot with a swimming pool, a large guest house and landscaped grounds. The asking price for this Beverly Park estate is $29,500,000.