Holmby Hills Homes

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This is the first post in a regular series highlighting the best homes for sale in Los Angeles. We will share current "hot properties" for sale after compiling a list from the homes we encountered during the week while showing clients, previewing, or during open houses. If you have any questions on the any of the homes, please contact a Realtor from our team. Should you want additional photos and/or details on any of the homes we discuss, follow the link from the property address to the listing page.

Onto the reason we are here, the homes. We have nine homes to discuss, so here they are:

3574 Multiview Drive | Hollywood Hills | 90068

3574 Multiview Drive in the Hollywood Hills
Also known as the Millard Kaufman Residence, it has an architectural pedigree with an addition by the legendary

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When we think of the most expensive areas of Los Angeles, a few blue-blood neighborhoods always come to mind. Malibu, Holmby Hills, Bel Air, and Beverly Hills usually lead the conversation for the most desirable and most prestigious (and therefore most expensive) neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Based on recent activity, it looks like we have a new contender in the Hollywood Hills, specifically the easiest accessed portions on the the Hollywood Hills located above the Sunset Strip: Doheny Estates, the Bird Streets, Lower Doheny, and Sunset Plaza.

Buildable view lots in the Hollywood Hills

The Hollywood Hills cannot compete with the other premier neighborhoods for blockbuster sales of mega mansions over $50 million (and will never have a $100 million dollar home), because the neighborhood

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Perhaps you noticed construction at the Brody House recently came to a close and you were wondering when the architectural gem located at 360 South Mapleton Drive in the Holmby Hills would hit the open market.

The Brody House | 360 South Mapleton Drive Holmby Hills 90024

The Brody House, commissioned by philanthropist art lovers Sidney and Francis Brody and designed by architect A. Quincy Jones, interior designer Billy Haines, and landscape architect Garrett Eckbo, was built in 1949. The Holmby Hills house first went up for sale in 2010, when it sold at the end of 2010 for $14.888 million to an investor with the intent of flipping the home.

When it sold in 2010, the house was 11,500 square feet situated on about 2.3 acres, with nine bedrooms (including 4 staff bedrooms) and seven and a half bathrooms, a

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