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The most expensive homes for sale in Los Angeles

If you’re rich, you can buy a fortress with a private guard gate, a mansion with a 7,000-bottle wine cellar, or an estate with a 30-car courtyard

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The Los Angeles real estate market is pricey, but luxury properties are on a whole other stratosphere of over-the-top lavishness, with eye-popping price tags to match.

The 20 most expensive properties on the market in Los Angeles County right now are on display here: the blockbuster estate of the late media mogul Jerry Perenchio that played the Beverly Hillbillies’s house; a 30,000-square-foot home owned by designed Max Azria; a stunning Malibu mansion built on spec.

It’s been a rough year for luxury properties. The Bel Air mansion that was once the nation’s priciest listing at $250 million sold in October for a mere $94 million, and a vast hilltop property once listed for $1 billion sold at auction for $100,000 in August. Will these 20 properties fare better in 2020?

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875 Nimes Road

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The limestone-clad Bel Air mansion once owned by the late TV executive Jerry Perenchio measures 25,000 square feet and was used as the mansion where the 1960s Beverly Hillbillies’s Clampett family lived.

Spread across 10 acres, the Chartwell estate includes elaborate gardens, fountains, expansive lawns, a 75-foot swimming pool, and a five-bedroom guesthouse designed by Wallace Neff. The estate is listed for $195 million.

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67 Beverly Park

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Do you have a enormous extended family? This mansion’s 30-car courtyard can accommodate. Sprawling across seven verdant acres, this roughly 20,000-square-foot residence has over a dozen bedrooms, a pool with pool house, a two-story guesthouse, a tennis court, and a walking trail that surrounds the estate. It’s listed for $165 million.

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9505 Lania Lane

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A picture of luxurious excess, this 25-acre property includes a 35,000-square-foot main residence with a 5,000-square-foot master suite and multiple guest suites, a Turkish bath, a kitchen with a walk-in fridge, a waterfall, a swimming pool, a reflecting pool, and a spa. There is also room to accommodate 150 cars. The house is now listed for $129 million.

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141 South Carolwood Drive

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The Owlwood estate, built in 1936, sits on more than 10 acres between Sunset Boulevard and the Los Angeles Country Club. Its centerpiece is a 12,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom Italian Renaissance-style main house by architect Robert Farquhar.

Sonny and Cher, Tony Curtis, 20th Century Fox cofounder Joseph Schenck, Superior Oil founder William Keck, and Joseph Drown, the founder of the Hotel Bel-Air, have all called the mansion home. It’s listed for $115 million.

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2571 Wallingford Drive

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Situated on roughly five acres in Beverly Crest’s Wallingford Estates, this incredible showpiece features a 155-foot-long infinity pool, two tennis courts, a caretaker’s house, a boxing ring, a 5,000-square-foot master suite, seven additional bedrooms, and parking for 80 cars. It’s asking $110 million.

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24198 Case Court

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Located in a gated community called The Case and developed by Scott Gillen, the house serves up ocean views, soothing water features, enclosed courtyards, expansive communal rooms, an enormous pool, and a separate guest house. Situated on six acres, the six-bedroom spec house is listed for $100 million. (Pin location is approximate.)

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911 Foothill Road

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This three-acre estate was built in 2016 and designed by Richard Meier and Partners Architects. The residence’s communal spaces include a “great room” with high ceilings and large automated steel and glass doors that open onto a lawn, dissolving the barrier between indoors and outdoors. Outside, the house offers an 85-foot infinity pool, a pool house, and an area for outdoor dining. It’s listed for $82.5 million.

10250 Sunset Boulevard

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For the person who has almost everything, there’s this 30,000-square-foot Holmby Hills mansion owned by designer Max Azria. The 17-bedroom, 33-bathroom dwelling offers a 6,000-square-foot movie theater, a two-story entryway, floor-to-ceiling crystal chandelier, Japanese and French gardens, and even a Moroccan-style pool house complete with a “custom hammam” and gorgeous marble tile. The price tag is $78 million.

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10410 Bellagio Road

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Completed just this year, this Spanish Colonial-inspired Bel Air dwelling boasts plaster walls, French oak floors, a stunning central courtyard, a 7,000-bottle wine cellar built with 18th century stone, and an enormous master suite. The price tag? $75 million.

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23800 Malibu Crest Drive

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Filled with hand-worked wood, this seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate overlooking the Pacific Ocean capitalizes on the incredible vistas provided by the house’s location via enourmous windows and terraces aplenty. The spec mansion is seeking $75 million.

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601 Mountain Drive

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Built in 1995, this striking residence makes a statement with a two-story glass atrium and foyer, an imposing frmal dining room, a ballroom, a glassy formal living room, and lots of decadent water features—even an indoor pool. The grounds include 98-foot swimming pool, expansive lawns, and a long driveway. It’s for sale for $75 million.

Courtesy of Jeff Hyland and Drew Fenton / Hilton & Hyland

133 S Mapleton Drive

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Concealed behind gates on a 1.1-acre lot, the Mapleton Drive estate was constructed from scratch over the better part of a decade. Inspired by Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum, the home’s features include carved wooden doors from a Spanish monastery, limestone floors, 400-year-old Moorish columns, 16th- and 17th-century Florentine ceilings, an Art Deco-style library paneled in rare wood, and a rooftop terrace with 18th-century tiles. It’s a steal at $69.98 million.

Courtesy of Kurt Rappaport and Carl Gambino/Westside Estate Agency

330 S Mapleton Drive

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Terrazzo floors, 27-foot-tall ceilings, a two-story library, a 3,400-bottle wine cellar, a nearly 3,000-square-foot master suite: This place is the picture of luxury. The six-bedroom, 11-bathroom estate also has an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a beauty salon—all behind private gates. It’s listed for $69.95 million.

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627 Carcassonne Road

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Sleek as heck and constructed just this year, this nine-bedroom, 17-bathroom beast makes an impression. The house, designed by megamansion-maker Paul McClean, has a walkway that appears to float on water leading up to the front door, a spiral staircase to die for, an outdoor kitchen, a 30-foot waterfall, and an in-home movie theater. It’s asking a cool $65 million.

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33256 Pacific Coast Highway

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Lots of stone and wood in this Malibu estate: cedar ceilings, polished granite walls, French limestone floor. The approximately 5,000-square-foot house boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, automated glass doors, a chef’s kitchen, ocean views, and a “grotto-style” Jacuzzi. It’s listed for $65 million.

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300 Stone Canyon Road

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If your idea of heaven is two acres overlooking the Bel Air Country Club, then look no farther—you’ve found it. This lavish dwelling brings eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms and a two-bedroom guesthouse to the table, as well as a library, gym, formal dining room, screening room, and even a rose garden. It’s asking $63 million.

Courtesy of Tania Ferris/Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

1175 N Hillcrest Road

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This spec mansion by veteran mansionmaker Nile Niami (currently designing a $500 million estate in Bel Air) and designer Paul McClean features two swimming pools, a beauty salon, a home theater, and a “Cristal Champagne Room.” The house garnered some local attention when a risque promotional video for the property came online. It’s looking to fetch $59.99 million.

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12300 Mulholland Drive

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Located on more than 10.5 acres, this incredible Tuscan-inspired residence has two swimming pools, private gardens, and its own golf course. With eight bedrooms—two of them master suites—and 14 bathrooms, this house is built for entertaining. It’s listed for $56 million.

Photo by Lucas Cichon, courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

11490 Orum Road

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This Zoltan Pali-designed, award-winning home looks like the future. Outfitted with floor-to-ceiling motorized glass doors that open the entire house to the outdoors and the commanding views the nearly 19,000-square-foot house offers. It’s listed for $56 million.

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145 N Mapleton Drive

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This “modern fortress” is tucked behind twelve-foot-tall stone gates and comes with a “guard house.” The home comes with 7 bedrooms and 14 baths, a home theater, an outdoor projection screen, and a basketball court. It’s asking $55 million.

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875 Nimes Road

The limestone-clad Bel Air mansion once owned by the late TV executive Jerry Perenchio measures 25,000 square feet and was used as the mansion where the 1960s Beverly Hillbillies’s Clampett family lived.

Spread across 10 acres, the Chartwell estate includes elaborate gardens, fountains, expansive lawns, a 75-foot swimming pool, and a five-bedroom guesthouse designed by Wallace Neff. The estate is listed for $195 million.

Courtesy of Drew Fenton, Jeff Hyland, Gary Gold/Hiltony & Hyland

67 Beverly Park

Do you have a enormous extended family? This mansion’s 30-car courtyard can accommodate. Sprawling across seven verdant acres, this roughly 20,000-square-foot residence has over a dozen bedrooms, a pool with pool house, a two-story guesthouse, a tennis court, and a walking trail that surrounds the estate. It’s listed for $165 million.

Courtesy of Jeff Hyland and Rick Hilton/ Hilton & Hyland

9505 Lania Lane

A picture of luxurious excess, this 25-acre property includes a 35,000-square-foot main residence with a 5,000-square-foot master suite and multiple guest suites, a Turkish bath, a kitchen with a walk-in fridge, a waterfall, a swimming pool, a reflecting pool, and a spa. There is also room to accommodate 150 cars. The house is now listed for $129 million.

Via Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

141 South Carolwood Drive

The Owlwood estate, built in 1936, sits on more than 10 acres between Sunset Boulevard and the Los Angeles Country Club. Its centerpiece is a 12,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom Italian Renaissance-style main house by architect Robert Farquhar.

Sonny and Cher, Tony Curtis, 20th Century Fox cofounder Joseph Schenck, Superior Oil founder William Keck, and Joseph Drown, the founder of the Hotel Bel-Air, have all called the mansion home. It’s listed for $115 million.

Courtessy of Sally Forster Jones and Tomer Fridman / Compass

2571 Wallingford Drive

Situated on roughly five acres in Beverly Crest’s Wallingford Estates, this incredible showpiece features a 155-foot-long infinity pool, two tennis courts, a caretaker’s house, a boxing ring, a 5,000-square-foot master suite, seven additional bedrooms, and parking for 80 cars. It’s asking $110 million.

Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury

24198 Case Court

Located in a gated community called The Case and developed by Scott Gillen, the house serves up ocean views, soothing water features, enclosed courtyards, expansive communal rooms, an enormous pool, and a separate guest house. Situated on six acres, the six-bedroom spec house is listed for $100 million. (Pin location is approximate.)

Via Douglas Elliman

911 Foothill Road

This three-acre estate was built in 2016 and designed by Richard Meier and Partners Architects. The residence’s communal spaces include a “great room” with high ceilings and large automated steel and glass doors that open onto a lawn, dissolving the barrier between indoors and outdoors. Outside, the house offers an 85-foot infinity pool, a pool house, and an area for outdoor dining. It’s listed for $82.5 million.

10250 Sunset Boulevard

For the person who has almost everything, there’s this 30,000-square-foot Holmby Hills mansion owned by designer Max Azria. The 17-bedroom, 33-bathroom dwelling offers a 6,000-square-foot movie theater, a two-story entryway, floor-to-ceiling crystal chandelier, Japanese and French gardens, and even a Moroccan-style pool house complete with a “custom hammam” and gorgeous marble tile. The price tag is $78 million.

Courtesy of Hilton & Hyland

10410 Bellagio Road

Completed just this year, this Spanish Colonial-inspired Bel Air dwelling boasts plaster walls, French oak floors, a stunning central courtyard, a 7,000-bottle wine cellar built with 18th century stone, and an enormous master suite. The price tag? $75 million.

Courtesy of Jeff Hyland, Linda May, Drew Fenton/ Hilton & Hyland

23800 Malibu Crest Drive

Filled with hand-worked wood, this seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate overlooking the Pacific Ocean capitalizes on the incredible vistas provided by the house’s location via enourmous windows and terraces aplenty. The spec mansion is seeking $75 million.

Via Douglas Elliman

601 Mountain Drive

Built in 1995, this striking residence makes a statement with a two-story glass atrium and foyer, an imposing frmal dining room, a ballroom, a glassy formal living room, and lots of decadent water features—even an indoor pool. The grounds include 98-foot swimming pool, expansive lawns, and a long driveway. It’s for sale for $75 million.

Courtesy of Jeff Hyland and Drew Fenton / Hilton & Hyland

133 S Mapleton Drive

Concealed behind gates on a 1.1-acre lot, the Mapleton Drive estate was constructed from scratch over the better part of a decade. Inspired by Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum, the home’s features include carved wooden doors from a Spanish monastery, limestone floors, 400-year-old Moorish columns, 16th- and 17th-century Florentine ceilings, an Art Deco-style library paneled in rare wood, and a rooftop terrace with 18th-century tiles. It’s a steal at $69.98 million.

Courtesy of Kurt Rappaport and Carl Gambino/Westside Estate Agency

330 S Mapleton Drive

Terrazzo floors, 27-foot-tall ceilings, a two-story library, a 3,400-bottle wine cellar, a nearly 3,000-square-foot master suite: This place is the picture of luxury. The six-bedroom, 11-bathroom estate also has an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a beauty salon—all behind private gates. It’s listed for $69.95 million.

Courtesy of Drew Fenton/Hilton & Hyland

627 Carcassonne Road

Sleek as heck and constructed just this year, this nine-bedroom, 17-bathroom beast makes an impression. The house, designed by megamansion-maker Paul McClean, has a walkway that appears to float on water leading up to the front door, a spiral staircase to die for, an outdoor kitchen, a 30-foot waterfall, and an in-home movie theater. It’s asking a cool $65 million.

Courtesy of Aaron Kirman and Jennie Priel/Compass

33256 Pacific Coast Highway

Lots of stone and wood in this Malibu estate: cedar ceilings, polished granite walls, French limestone floor. The approximately 5,000-square-foot house boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, automated glass doors, a chef’s kitchen, ocean views, and a “grotto-style” Jacuzzi. It’s listed for $65 million.

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300 Stone Canyon Road

If your idea of heaven is two acres overlooking the Bel Air Country Club, then look no farther—you’ve found it. This lavish dwelling brings eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms and a two-bedroom guesthouse to the table, as well as a library, gym, formal dining room, screening room, and even a rose garden. It’s asking $63 million.

Courtesy of Tania Ferris/Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

1175 N Hillcrest Road

This spec mansion by veteran mansionmaker Nile Niami (currently designing a $500 million estate in Bel Air) and designer Paul McClean features two swimming pools, a beauty salon, a home theater, and a “Cristal Champagne Room.” The house garnered some local attention when a risque promotional video for the property came online. It’s looking to fetch $59.99 million.

A swimming pool that is adjacent to a white house. Via Youtube

12300 Mulholland Drive

Located on more than 10.5 acres, this incredible Tuscan-inspired residence has two swimming pools, private gardens, and its own golf course. With eight bedrooms—two of them master suites—and 14 bathrooms, this house is built for entertaining. It’s listed for $56 million.

Photo by Lucas Cichon, courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

11490 Orum Road

This Zoltan Pali-designed, award-winning home looks like the future. Outfitted with floor-to-ceiling motorized glass doors that open the entire house to the outdoors and the commanding views the nearly 19,000-square-foot house offers. It’s listed for $56 million.

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

145 N Mapleton Drive

This “modern fortress” is tucked behind twelve-foot-tall stone gates and comes with a “guard house.” The home comes with 7 bedrooms and 14 baths, a home theater, an outdoor projection screen, and a basketball court. It’s asking $55 million.