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

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

806 North Rodeo Drive

What’s more synonymous with Beverly Hills than Rodeo Drive? This house, located on the well-known street near Sunset, measure nearly 15,000 square feet and holds 11 bedrooms. Its 12 bathrooms incorporate luxurious materials from around the world, such as Brazilian granite and marble from Greece. A pool and sports courts fill out the rear yard. The list price is $29.995 million.

46 Beverly Park Circle

Tucked into gated Beverly Park, this estate on almost two acres is all about the details, from wood molding on the ceilings to custom limestone and wood floors. The five upstairs bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms and the master suite features French windows and a balcony. It’s asking $29.995 million.

1940 Bel Air Road

Overlooking Stone Canyon Reservoir, this Bel Air mansion is also the neighborhood’s closest residence to the water, according to listing copy. The three-level

residence has an elevator, multiple terraces and loggias, and an infinity pool. It’s aiming to fetch $29.8 million.

1270 Shadow Hill Way

This Spanish Revival in Beverly Hills is timeless. In addition to a lovely master suite with dual bathrooms and dressing rooms, it features a motor court and three-car garage, plus a shell-shaped pool. Glamorous! It’s listed for $29.5 million.