The 26 most expensive houses for sale in Los Angeles right now (Part II)

The 26 most expensive houses for sale in Los Angeles right now (Part II)

630 Nimes Road

This Bel Air abode is downright palatial, with a 250-person ballroom, a screening room, Turkish hammam, gym, and 70-foot infinity pool. The estate also has its own guardhouse and separate living quarters for staff. We’d expect nothing less from noted magamansion builder Mohamed Hadid, who built the estate, nicknamed La Belvedere, and sold it in 2010 for $50 million. It’s now seeking $85 million.

300 Delfern Drive

This Holmby Hills estate is serving up a serious Hollywood pedigree. It was designed in the 1930s by Greystone Mansion designer Gordon B. Kaufman for Edie Goetz, the daughter of Hollywood studio hotshot Louis B. Mayer. Expanded to include a nearby lot by subsequent owners, the property now includes the 11-bedroom, Kaufman-designed main house; two greenhouses, two swimming pools, a tennis court, and a funicular on approximately 4.38 acres of land. It’s listed for $79 million.

172 Bliss Canyon Road

Located in guard-gated Bradbury Estates, this approximately 30,000-square-foot main house is clad entirely in French limestone and is part of a multi-building, almost-eight-acre compound that includes a very fancy detached guesthouse, a 10-car garage, a shooting range, a 5,716-square-foot pool house, and about 3,000 square feet of loggias. The main residence itself holds seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, six fireplaces, and hand-painted artworks throughout. It’s asking $78 million.

388 Long Canyon Road

Behind gates in Bradbury, this very private estate boasts an approximately 30,000-square-foot main house with amenities like “24-karat chandeliers,” inlaid marble floors, vaulted ceilings, and a lavish ballroom. The asking price? $68 million.