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

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

1911 Westridge Road

The view from this 8.29-acre promontory site in Brentwood is to die for. The 14,000-square-foot main house includes a two-story library, a professional-quality screening room, and seven bedrooms. The grounds of the former home of “All in the Family” creator Norman Lear include a guesthouse, 35-car garage, tennis court, and “expansive lawns.” The price tag? $39.95 million.

11951 Crest Place

This hilltop villa with a 90210 zip code is up for sale after the divorce of pop star Gwen Stefani and rocker Gavin Rossdale. Very private, behind a guard-gated entry, the seven-bedroom house is currently decked out in decor by designer Kelly Wearstler. The property includes a covered, outdoor living room, a guesthouse, a pool, and an outdoor kitchen. It’s listed for $35 million.

917 Hartford Way

This 2010 residence near the Beverly Hills Hotel is has expansive communal rooms, a wine-tasting room, and a basement cellar. The master suite has dual closets, a salon, and a fireplace. The asking price is $35 million.

1174 Hillcrest Road

We can’t help falling in love with this one-time home of Elvis and Priscilla Presley. The Beverly Hills home has been updated since it was last on the market in 2014 and now has a new laundry room, new electrical wiring, and a resurfaced pool and spa. It’s seeking $30 million.