Luxury Homes

The Best of Beverly Hills; Home of America’s Most Expensive Property

Snaring a prized property in one of America’s most famed enclaves is not for the faint of heart or pocket shy. With a preferred locale of A listers, top level executives, and the eye-wateringly wealthy – Beverly Hills is the pinnacle of the yachting lifestyle. With so many stunning restaurants, fast cars, cool clubs, and movie stars close by – not to mention the ocean and downtown LA, we have curated a list of the finest properties in the 90210 zone.

When you combine material heavy craftmanship with cutting edge design, you can only hope you get something as striking as this 5-bed, 5-bath family home from Joseph Ferrugio. Located in West Hollywood, the home is spread across 3 stories – with wall to wall windows for soaking up those ocean and downtown vistas. Quartz stepping stones, futuristic elevators, a 6-car garage, putting green, infinity pool, movie theater, Leicht kitchen, and walk in wine-chamber – not a penny has been spared in making a home that takes comfort seriously.

Available through The Agency Real Estate for $29.95 million

The exclusive corner lot plot with spectacular views across West Hollywood already puts Tanager Drive miles ahead as most desired property on the cul de sac. McClean Design didn’t cut corners, and their innovative approach to building a single story over the basement ensures that the panoramic views of LA go untouched. Sleek, modern style offers plenty of glass and access via a bridge above light and water. The beautiful bar, grand open plan kitchen, and endless infinity pool that draws a line across the property is the edifice of artistic vision. McClean’s purpose was to create the ultimate Hollywood entertaining house – they have accomplished their goal.

Affectionately named ‘adventure billionaire’, this crown jewel property in the hills of Bel Air comes complete with seven members of staff and a helicopter. Bruce Makowsky believed in go big or go home when he dreamt up this vision of a superhome. Hailed as one of the most expensive houses in America, 924 Bel Air Road fills its 38,000-square foot space with 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, 40 seat movie theater, and infinity pool with a 20ft television that hydraulically lifts from the water at the push of a button. Buyers also get a $30 million-dollar car collection, all the super toys, 130 pieces of original artwork, Hobie Cat Sailboat, and champagne filled wine cellar as part of the purchase price.

Available through Hilton and Hyland for $250 million.

Former home of one of Hollywood’s biggest agents – Ed Limato, you can expect plenty of European finesse and old Hollywood glamor on Heather Road. With 10 bedrooms, a 16-seat screening room, floodlit tennis courts, indoor golf room, well-heeled wine cellar, and Moroccan style spa, this home captures the art of living well. The French regency style architecture perfectly complements the high-class finish – antique floors, tiles from North Africa, regal blues, cloaked creamy whites and marble bathrooms.

Available through Christies for $45 million

It took four years of renovations and a commitment to vision to make 335 Trousdale the organic modern home it is today. With 5 beds and 7 baths and a gigantic backyard for soaking up all that ocean blown sunshine, staying in this place is like slipping into a soft cashmere sweater. With over 6 thousand square foot of space –  all decked in a decidedly chic style, you can fall hard for touches like an inground pool with city views, spa, media room, different decking areas, and sliding glass windows for merging interior and exterior spaces. The affinity for natural materials and blooming greenery capture a penchant for Zen, one synonymous with the LA scene.

Available from Williams and Williams for $27.5 million

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Jodie Oakes is a seasoned writer with continuously itchy feet and a love of the finer things in life. With a passion for penning perfect content, she explores the globe, forever seeking out the next story.

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