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Media mogul David Geffen just sold an empty lot in Beverly Hills for $33.75 million, or $3.75 million more that he paid for it last year.

In Britain, experts say sales are surging because ultra-wealthy city dwellers are willing to spend big for country sunshine and bucolic settings.

Emmy-winning actor Billy Miller is asking $2.3 million for his 1920s Spanish-style home with original details and a plethora of outdoor spaces.

One of Los Angeles’s oldest movie studios plans a 15-story office tower and the first new soundstages in Hollywood in more than two decades.

‘X-Men’ actor Shawn Ashmore just sold his Studio City home for $2.125 million, finding a buyer in a week and getting $26,000 more than he asked.

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Hot Property | NBA’s Paul Pierce shoots for $11 million in Calabasas

Former basketball star Paul Pierce has listed his massive Calabasas mansion complete with a Boston Celtics-themed basketball court for $11 million.

Home of the Week | A coastal contemporary in the Palisades

Perched in Via Bluffs, this new modern home pairs materials imported from Italy with high-end amenities and a 1,500-square-foot rooftop deck that overlooks the ocean.

Billy Miller’s Hollywood Hills home

Built in 1925, the hillside home includes two decks, a loggia and a tropical backyard with a bridge, koi pond and fire pit.

Shawn Ashmore’s Studio City home

The striking gray home opens to more neutral interiors and a private backyard with a pool under string lights.

Doc Rivers’ Malibu beach house

The Spanish-style home includes a spacious deck overlooking the ocean and a detached spa with a sauna and soaking tub.

Seth Rogen’s West Hollywood home

Built in 1923, the two-story home features Spanish-style living spaces and a dramatic backyard with ponds, dining areas and fire features.

Josh Hutcherson’s Studio City home

Topped with solar panels, the single-story home ascends to an entertainer’s backyard with a kidney-shaped pool and pizza oven.

Hot Property | Ellen DeGeneres, Scott Disick and Hal Gaba

Ellen sells yet another estate; reality star Scott Disick flips in Hidden Hills, and producer Hal Gaba’s compound closes.

Home of the Week | A Beverly Hills penthouse blanketed in greenery

In Beverly Hills, a two-story penthouse in the nature-minded Gardenhouse development offers museum-like living spaces. Asking price: $5.888 million.

Ian Harding’s Eagle Rock home

Built in 2014, the two-story stucco home takes advantage of the scenic view with picture windows and a pair of decks.

Craig Robert Young’s Hollywood Hills home

Perched in the Hollywood Dell, the two-story home has been updated over the years but has stayed in touch with its vintage charm.

Bret Michaels’ custom Calabasas home

The estate spans half an acre in the guard-gated Oaks of Calabasas neighborhood and centers on a 6,000-square-foot custom home.

  1. Take a look at undeveloped land parcels for around $50,000 in Sherman Oaks, Mount Washington and Glendale.

  2. Take a look at $800,000 homes that are new to the market in Simi Valley, Oxnard and Ojai in Ventura County.

  3. Take a look at estates with at least an acre on the market for roughly $1.5 million in New Cuyama, Santa Maria and Solvang in Santa Barbara County.

  4. Looking to downsize? Take a look at condos asking around $600,000 in Lincoln Heights, Culver City and downtown L.A.

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