Susan Smith joins 29 of the most prolific agents for single-family home sales of $7 million or more from March 2016 to March 2017. Hilton & Hyland held the top sales overall, with the largest amount of deals surpassing $7 million.
Oscar-winning actress Jane Fonda bought a four-bedroom, 5,700 sq. ft. luxury townhome for $5.45 million in Century City. The Mediterranean-style home is one of 10 newly constructed in Susan Smith's gated development The Enclave.
Featuring an open floor plan, the home boasts a luxurious and expansive kitchen, office, staff quarters, private elevator, rooftop terrace and a balcony off the master suite.
Kate Upton and Justin Verlander purchased $5.25 million for this remodeled traditional-style home with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. 5,706 square feet, the property boasts vaulted and beamed ceilings, hardwood floors and a grand room with fireplace.
Sitting below the estate is a sunken tennis court, swimming pool, beautifully manicured lawns, mature trees and a guest house.
Built in 1991, the 22,000 square feet mansion was designed for entertaining for all crowd sizes. A spectacular two-story entrance opens on both sides to a library, a chef's kitchen with three islands and grand formal areas.
Lined with gallery walls, a 100-foot corridor connects the main house to a guest apartment, gym, and screening room.
Actress and comedian, Kathy Griffin bought a renovated multilevel mansion for $10.85 million in Bel-Air. Built in 2003, the recently renovated 13,400 square-foot-estate boasts broad arches, artful wrought-iron detail and contemporary fixtures, exuding the utmost elegance and modern beauty.
Features include a gray-hued kitchen with two islands, an elevator, nine bedrooms, a lower-level lounge including a billiards room, home theater, and wine cellar.
Socialite , Suzanne Saperstein, purchased a 7,500-square-foot mansion for $9.5 million. While she did downsize from the 50,000-square-foot manor she previously built, the 1920s-era home sits beautifully on half an acre of land in Beverly Hills Flats.
Includes six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a library, a tennis court, and a swimming pool and spa.
'Simpsons' voice, Hank Azaria, sold two-story home with an abundance of character for $3 million.
Built in 1999, the Craftsman-esque house draws inspiration from Prairie School architecture, emphasizing handcrafted details, horizontal lines and eaves. Set behind gates on nearly half an acre, the wooded grounds include a stream, manicured lawn and swimming pool with views of the canyon.