These are the 10 most expensive houses ever sold on Selling Sunset
Try to look through these and not cry
When you set aside the drama and chaos, the next best thing about Selling Sunset is that you get to see some of the most expensive and luxurious houses you will probably ever lay your eyes on.
From $75million ultra modern pads to stunning properties fit to have your wedding in, the show has it all. Online Casinos has put together the top 10 most expensive houses ever sold on Selling Sunset by The Oppenheim Group. These are an actual dream.
10. Harold Way, Hollywood Hills – $5.49million
In tenth is this quirky looking house in Hollywood, with views over downtown. It was listed with Maya before it sold, with commission of $164,700. The house has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a pool and chef kitchen overlooking the open plan living space.
Honestly, the interior and views and incredible. It was all designed by famous architect Harry Gizner.
9. Sunset Plaza, Hollywood Hills – $5.49million
This house is on the market for $5,495,000 with Heather. It come with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a full swimmer’s lap pool, home media room and a guest house. Being on the Hollywood Hills means it also has incredible views. The house has also had expensive customisation, including Calacatta marble countertops and custom wide plank oak flooring.
This is the balcony view off the bedroom. Wow.
8. N. Beverly Glen Blvd. Los Angeles – $5.75million
This house, with four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, is in Bel Air. It’s currently listed with Amanza, who could make $172,500 for The Oppenheim Group with the sale.
7. Miller Place, Hollywood Hills – $6million
The seventh most expensive of all the houses ever featured on Selling Sunset is this one in the Hollywood Hills, costing $6,000,000. The agent responsible for it is Christine, who could earn $150,000 in commission for the group. It has four beds and 3.5 bathrooms, and being in the Hills comes with incredible views.
Imagine the BBQs you could have out on that decking.
6. Evanview Drive Los Angeles – $8million
This property, with three bedrooms and three bathrooms is on the market for $8million, with Mary. It features a gorgeous pool, jacuzzi and floor to ceiling windows.
Yes, that really is the fire pit and view.
5. N. Doheny Drive Los Angeles – $9.75million
In fifth is a property on Doheny Drive worth $9,750,000. The house is completely private, with double gates leading to a motor court big enough for eight cars. It has five bedrooms and six bathrooms, and you might recognise the gorgeous garden because it’s where Mary and Romain had their wedding day!! Mary managed to sell the property on her wedding day, bagging $243,750 in commission.
The house also boasts a grand staircase, chef’s kitchen and maid’s quarters, of course.
4. Beverly Grove, Hollywood Hills – $10.69million
This ten million dollar listing is located just a short walk from the Sunset Strip. It has four bedrooms and five bathrooms, and is the responsibility of Christine, who is set to bag $320,850 in commission for the group when sold.
The house also has a large cinema room, gym, massage room and 180 degree views of LA.
3. Loma Vista Drive, Beverly Hills – $12.49million
The third most expensive of the houses in Selling Sunset is this $12,495,000 stunning home in Beverly Hills. It’s under the control of Christine, who is set to earn $374,850 in commission for The Oppenheim Group if it sells.
The Balinese-inspired house has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a spectacular outdoor oasis with an infinity pool surrounded by a Koi pond with a waterfall and a fire pit.
2. Hillside Drive, Hollywood Hills – $40million
In second place, there’s a considerable jump in price. On the show, Jason announces when the team finally get a sale on the iconic $40million home – the biggest sale for the group to date. The Hollywood Hills property has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms and was designed by world-renowned architectural design firm Saoto.
It comes with a 15-car garage, 175-foot linear pool, sauna, state-of-the-art theatre, curated wine cellar, glass elevator, panoramic skyline views and enormous entertainers rooftop deck.
1. North Beverly Hills Drive LA – $75million
Obviously taking top spot in the most expensive Selling Sunset houses is the infamous $75million listing, which Davina still hasn’t managed to sell. The nine bedroom, 12 bathroom property is in Beverly Hills and has one of the biggest swimming pools in the area.
The main residence is fitted with an elegant foyer, top-of-the-line kitchen, sleek dining and living areas, state-of-the-art movie theatre and gym, wine cellar, a lavish suite with his-and-hers walk-in closets and bathrooms. It has a separate guesthouse, adding an extra two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
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