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The L.A. luxury market is full of vagaries when it comes to setting an asking price. Sometimes prices are designed to grab headlines, and others hinge on an owner’s ego in one-upping the field.
The Spanish Revival-style home, built in the 1920s for early film star William Powell and later owned by Merv Griffin, is for sale in Beverly Hills at $13.795 million.
Former Dodgers star Matt Kemp has cut the price of his Poway mansion to $5.999 million, down $5.5 million from the original asking price.
Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep is now seeking $18.25 million for her New York penthouse, down from as much as $24.6 million.
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Listed for $3.195 million, the newly built Encino home features a distinct exterior and interior living spaces full of custom details.
The actor, who this fall begins an arc on ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ finds creative expression through cooking. Plus, it gets him out of laundry duty.
The Spanish Revival-style villa, built for early film star William Powell, sits on more than half acre in Beverly Hills.
The 3,950-square-foot, full-floor penthouse features a wraparound terrace, a designer kitchen and panoramic views of the State of Liberty and Hudson River.
The romantic style became a brand that whitewashed the sins of its fathers and helped preserve the original missions.
Homes at Beverly West showcase unique design details, color palettes and expansive views of the Los Angeles Country Club, Bel-Air and Beverly Hills.
Built in 2019, the two-story home features Spanish style on the outside and bright, modern living spaces inside.
The remodeled Malibu home sits on just over an acre with a guest/pool house, a saltwater swimming pool and a putting green.
The split-level home features such outdoor spaces as a covered front porch, a rear courtyard and a grassy yard with a playground.
Built in the ‘40s but recently remodeled, the Midcentury home features dramatic splashes of marble across 3,153 square feet.
The walled and gated compound consists of four separate structures that surround a central swimming pool.
The coastal estate clocks in at 1.2 acres with a four-bedroom main home and one-bedroom guesthouse.
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