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November 6, 2014
Most Expensive Homes in Los Angeles

The City of Los Angeles, the second-most populous in the United States and the most populated in California State. Just New York City comes first in population. With 3,792,621 person, according to the 2010 United Staes Census, in a 469 square miles.

Los Angeles always has been an expensive place to buy real estate, due to its chic neighborhoods and walled mansions, with the price grew, between January 2013 and January 2014, of 16,75% according to real estate intelligence firm DataQuick.

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In addition to the desirable zip code, millions of dollars in Los Angeles will buy you a pool and other outdoor amenities, a nice plot of land and beautiful surrounding views.

 

The Carolwood Estate – $90millions

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This gorgeous Estate, used to belong to Walt Disney, sits in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood, but it is set back far enough for extra privacy.

No other houses are in sight, and the property features a putting green, custom movie room, three bars, library, gym, and two safe rooms.

 

172 Bliss Canyon Road – $68.8millions

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This property has recently received a $10 million cut back. It has a guest house, a pool house and a 15-person jacuzzi. It had been decorated with hand painted frescoes in Venetian plaster in its 30,000 square feet in the main house.

 

31250 Broad Beach Road – $57.5 million

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Estate design by Frank Gehry in 1989 including a rare 160 feet of beachfront. Located along Malibu’s coveted Broad Beach, this lovely beach house comes also with a spa, outdoor fireplace and adjoining kitchen for backyard entertainment.

 

60 Beverly Park – $45,000,000

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Located in the hills above Los Angeles in the exclusive guard-gated enclave of Beverly Park. The Magnificent Italianate Estate rests on a rare 5 acre with large gardens. This 10 bedroom, 16 bathroom home features exquisite finishes, and with 2 guest houses, a majestic library, a theatre, a huge swimming pool with a pool house, tennis court, wine cellar, gym, parking for more than 30 cars, staff quarters and a conference room.

 

9904 Kip Drive – $43 million

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The property has 20-acres in which is located a 30,000 square feet main house. The majority of the rooms are on the ground floor with lovely views to the canyon and the City of Los Angeles. An eight-car garage and an elevator are also available.

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