BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Sept. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Susan Smith and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland announced today the sale of the home at 706 North Hillcrest Road, which was listed for $23,500,000. The sale represents a record for the highest price ever sold in the Beverly Hills flats. Photo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150923/269952 The home is a… Continue reading
From Link: The Wall Street Journal The Doheny estate in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles has sold for more than $33 million, according to people with knowledge of the deal.
From Link: The Los Angeles Times It looks like former First Lady Nancy Reagan just got a new neighbor. The nearby Doheny estate in Bel-Air has sold for more than $33 million. The exact purchase price has yet to make its way into the public record.
From Link: The Wall Street Journal The Richard Neutra-designed Kronish house, which faced demolition this month in Beverly Hills, has sold for $12.8 million to an undisclosed buyer…Susan Smith, the real-estate agent who helped broker the deal, said that the house was purchased in the name of a trust, and that the buyers had been… Continue reading
From Link: The Los Angeles Times The Richard Neutra-designed Kronish house in Beverly Hills has sold for $12.8 million. In April, the iconic residence came on the market for the first time in more than 30 years, listed at $13,995,000…The buyers, who took the property in a trust and were not identified, plan to restore… Continue reading
From Link: Wall Street Journal The six-bedroom house was completed in 1955 for Herbert Kronish. ‘It is a very large house, especially for the 1950s,’ said real-estate broker Susan Smith. ‘Herbert Kronish built it for his [second] wife and was hoping to have children, but never did,’ she said. The pool, shown here, has since… Continue reading
From Link: LA Times Attention, hedge funders, oligarchs, princes and billionaire kids who own private jets. Here’s a deal only for you. The Kronish House at 9439 Sunset Blvd., Beverly Hills, is now for sale for about $14 million
From Link: Curbed Los Angeles Late last night the Beverly Hills City Council asked the Planning Commission to start work on a historic preservation ordinance for the city, which Beverly Hills, with all its old buildings, has never had. A lot of good buildings have died or been mortally wounded in the fight for protection… Continue reading
From Link: Take Sunset The Kronish House was built in 1955 by legendary architect Richard Neutra. It is one of only three Neutra designs built in Beverly Hills and is the only home that remains intact–one was demolished, the other completely altered. The residence was sold in a foreclosure auction in January for $5.8 million… Continue reading