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It just sold for a reported $150 million, and the buyer is Rupert Murdoch’s son.
The Mayan Revival mansion, made famous in appearances in Blade Runner and House on Haunted Hill, was recently restored.
That’s $250,000 over its asking price.
The sprawling hilltop property was once listed for $1 billion.
Built for Aaron and Candy Spelling, the home is 123 rooms on 4.7 acres—plus a bowling alley.
The five-bedroom Encino home is full of amenities.
The singer paid almost $200,000 over asking price.
The Mediterranean-style residence was built for Vernon’s unscrupulous founder.
The network plans to "restore it to its 1970s glory."
That’s nearly $200K above the asking price.
Levine sold the house for $13.5 million, making a hefty profit.
David Sackler, whose grandfather founded the company that produces OxyContin, paid for the roughly four-acre property in cash.
Loaded with amenities, the Spanish-style home offers views stretching to the Pacific.
The newly renovated mansion is nearly twice as large as it was when Bay lived there.
The house sold for $80,000 over asking.
Built in 1947, the house was designed by Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland Jr. for Arts & Architecture’s influential design series.
The six-bedroom home sits on more than an acre of land with a rolling lawn and plenty of amenities.
The newly built estate holds eight bedrooms, a "cigar room," and an "auto gallery."
The Guns N’ Roses guitarist listed the house two years ago, and finally sold the property for $8.7 million.
He ruffled feathers when he rented in Beverly Grove. Maybe now that he’s a homeowner, he’ll be more considerate.
One of five units the actor once owned in the historic Art Deco building, it’s now on the rental market for $5,500 per month.
They spent at least three years remodeling the place, which they bought for $9 million.
The tennis star is also selling a six-bedroom residence in Bel Air for $12 million.
The five-bedroom house shattered the neighborhood’s record set in 2008.
The nearly 16,000-square-foot residence was recently given a luxurious update by megamansion developer Nile Niami.
Built in 1959, the glassy residence was recently updated by OneRepublic singer Ryan Tedder.
The Oscar-winning actress extensively renovated the one-bedroom unit since purchasing it in 2015.
After an appearance in Dwell last year, the remodeled midcentury residence fetched more than $100,000 above its asking price.
Sitting on just over half an acre, it features sustainably harvested wood floors and custom window shades that cast beautiful shadows.
The younger Jenner listed the 5,150-square-foot home in December for $5.4 million—nearly $1 million more than she paid for it six months earlier.
The couple has reportedly closed on a newly built mansion in Bel Air that holds a 15-car garage, bulletproof windows, helipad, and four pools.