The Los Angeles neighborhoods that command the highest-priced single-family residences are some of the city’s most coveted corridors. According to 2019 Q1 inventory data from Compass, Beverly Hills rings in at No. 1, where median single-family home pricing tops $9.99 million, followed by Bel-Air/Holmby Hills ($5.7M), Malibu ($5.49M), Brentwood ($4.5M), Pacific Palisades ($4.7M), Beverly Hills Post Office ($4.4M) and Santa Monica ($3.6M). We’ve highlighted a standout home in each area as a taste of what’s hot on the market, all listed on compass.com.
The $10.7 million three-story contemporary home at 12325 24th Helena Drive sits on a quiet, private Brentwood cul-de-sac and features two wings, a gorgeous winding staircase and a grand terrace.
A contemporary estate in prestigious Beverly Hills, 1201 Laurel Way offers an airy, open floor plan and a wraparound infinity-edge pool with stunning vistas for $32 million.
Located on one of Beverly Hills Post Office’s most desirable streets, 1571 Tower Grove Drive’s $6.299 million neoclassical villa has soaring archways that lead seamlessly out to beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds.
Asking just under $13 million, this stunning Malibu Beach property at 27212 Pacific Coast Highway boasts unimpeded ocean views and multiple decks that bring the sun and sea breeze right inside.
Two street-to-street lots on Georgina Street—spanning from 17th Street to 18th Street—make up the distinctive $12.888 million Santa Monica property of 1709 Georgina Ave.
This serene sanctuary at 10750 Chalon Road in Bel-Air is a private oasis surrounded by lush greenery, expertly framed by floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s listed at $7.995 million.
Designed by Frank Gehry in 1978, built in 1981 and, more recently, reimagined by L.A. architect Mark Mack, the coastal-canyon retreat at 600 E. Rustic Road in the Pacific Palisades is on the market for $16.9 million. staircase and a grand terrace.