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A home in France recently broke the record for the highest price ever paid for a house. The sale of Chateau Louis XIV, located outside of Paris, is rumored to have sold for $301M. The previous record holder was a $221M penthouse at the One Hyde Park building in London that was developed by Candy & Candy and Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, the Prime Minister of Qatar. With those record prices in mind, let's take a look at the most expensive homes for sale in Los Angeles and see how the price points compare.

There is, of course, last year's most expensive home for sale in Los Angeles at 9505 Lania Lane that started at $195M and was reduced to $149M. While no longer publicly listed, is still available to a willing buyer.

9505 Lania Lane is among the most expensive homes for sale in LA

 

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We are proud to present our latest listing: a Hidden Hills estate located at 25067 Jim Bridger Road. The property is located in the highly-desired Ashley Ridge section of the guard-gated city. This is a home that boasts every possible amenity and was custom built by an entertainment industry producer. The result is an oasis that caters to the needs of a working entertainer and the celebrity lifestyle that requires a home where someone can relax and entertain.

The estate consists of two separate wings, which allows an entertainer to work from home while still keeping the everyday living areas of the main house a private sanctuary to unwind and recharge.

homes with recording studios and sound booths

The work and entertainment wing was designed for an entertainer, but the professional

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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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