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Media executive Chris Albrecht just sold his Pacific Palisades home for $16.25 million, the community’s third-priciest sale this year.

After buying a Beverly Hills mansion, prolific screenwriter Kevin Williamson has sold his Cape Cod-style home in Windsor Square for $9.415 million.

‘Cheers’ actress Kirstie Alley just sold her grand 1930s villa in the hills of Los Feliz for $7.8 million after years on the market.

In March, slightly more than half of homes sold for over the asking price across Los Angeles. In some spots, the share was even bigger.

Rapper French Montana is asking $5 million for his custom home with a decked-out recording studio in Hidden Hills.

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Chris Albrecht’s Pacific Palisades estate

The 10,400-square-foot traditional includes a wine cellar, movie theater, billiards room, gym, sauna and elevator.

Kevin Williamson’s Windsor Square home

Reconstructed in 2014, the Cape Cod-style spot include a gym, movie theater, heated pool and two-story guesthouse.

French Montana’s Hidden Hills estate

Spanning 3 acres, the property includes an 8,600 -square-foot home, custom recording studio and resort-style backyard with a pool and spa.

Rhonda Fleming’s Century City haunt

Found in Century Woods Estates, the two-story villa features an elevator, sunken wet bar and indoor fountain set among palatial spaces.

Villa Firenze

Built in 1998, the estate combines three lots across nearly 10 acres and centers on an Italian-inspired mansion.

Michael Rapaport’s Hancock Park home

Built in 2015, the smooth stucco residence just off Wilshire Blvd. opens to a private backyard with a swimming pool and spa.

The Hearst estate

Once owned by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, the iconic Mediterranean Revival-style mansion has appeared in the film ‘The Godfather.’

Brandin Cooks’ Hidden Hills home

The single-story home sits on 2.3 acres with sweeping city and mountain views.

Rob Pelinka’s Newport Beach home

The custom-built home has two stories of wrought-iron accents, limestone fireplaces, distressed beams and floors of stone and pecan wood.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Hollywood Hills home

Built in 1926, the Spanish-style villa enjoys the status as a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument.

The Paramour Estate

Built in 1923, the 18,000-square-foot mansion once used as a convent is surrounded by gardens, lawns and a trio of guest cottages.

DeMarcus Cousins’ Las Vegas home

The 20,000-square-foot residence includes 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a movie theater, billiards room, elevator and indoor basketball court.

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