Four years ago, a group of hikers sued megamansion developer Mohamed Hadid for access to a popular hiking trail in Franklin Canyon and won, but an appeal last week sided with Hadid. The hikers aren't calling it quits yet, though.
In Beverly Crest, the Palace of Love has its own nightclub "with its own laser-light system and DJ booth," a revolving dance floor, and a Turkish bath. It hit the market two years ago, asking $195 million, then chopped the price to $149 million.
"Expanded from the original" house, this one-time gem by Gregory Ain now looks like any other abode for a person with $17 million to blow, though it does have a lot of fun features (patios, a bonkers master suite) because that money buys nice things.
A party-loving man named Michael Scott hoped to build a huge mansion in Benedict Canyon with a helipad, three swimming pools, and six bars. But the neighbors hired consultants to fight the project and now the plans are dead—could they return?
Reality star/model Janice Dickinson and her boyfriend are selling their home in Benedict Canyon. From its bright red exterior to its "custom Buddha fountain," the house is an unusual "eclectic canyon retreat."