This home is one of the most costly in California.

It’s no secret that the California real estate market is hot. California is known for its stunning views, luxury beaches, and many other amenities that make it a popular place to call home.

So, unsurprisingly, some of the world’s uber-wealthy have built massive, stunning properties in every corner of the state.

If you’re lucky enough to be one of the top 1% of the 1% (thanks for reading, by the way) and you’re not looking to build, there are plenty of luxury homes that are currently on the market.

Although architecture styles can vary widely, the most luxurious homes in California have some common features: breathtaking views, large square footage, entertainment and plenty of bedrooms.

We reached out both to Zillow as well as Realtor.com to get a direct link to the most costly home in California and the most expensive house in Los Angeles.

These homes were confirmed by both real estate listing sites as being the most expensive homes currently on the market, although their data is limited to homes that are listed on their websites and don’t include pocket sales — private sales not listed on the MLS.

Also, we’ve filtered out homes that are not built yet, and a handful of listings where someone seemingly put the decimal in the wrong place by mistake (unless someone is really trying to sell a home outside Stockton for half a billion).

So if you’re a billionaire looking for a new spot to put down roots, or if you recently won the Powerball and are looking for an ill-advised big ticket splurge, this might be the house for you…

33550 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu

This 25,000-square foot home is located on 5 acres, on one of the most sought-after coastlines in the world. It can be yours at a low, low $225 million.

Michael Eisner, former CEO of Disney, is the current owner of this massive property. According to The Associated Press, the sale of the property would have been the most expensive ever in California and one the most expensive transactions. Listing agent.

The home was built in 2002 and includes 16 bedrooms and 22 bathrooms. It is one of nine buildings. The famous architect designed the home. Robert A.M. SternThis collection is inspired by estates from Spain, Italy and France.

These buildings are linked by terracotta roofs and sprawling courtyards. Each stone-covered structure offers something that the average person would only dream of having in their own home.

There’s a gym, a beach cottage, an office and an “underground tunnel from the pool that leads to a large movie theater.” If that isn’t “James Bond” enough to pique your interest, there’s also an elevator that takes you directly to the beach — yes, an elevator.

According to the home listing on Zillow and Realtor.com, the home was assembled over four decades as the owner — identified as Eisner by the Wall Street Journal — acquired the property and built the breathtaking home to their liking. It’s arguably one of the most impressive estates on the planet and it’s ready for its next owner.

It sounds great, right? Well here’s what you need to know if you’re ready to buy.

The property is being listed by Kurt RappaportOf Westside Estate Agency. If you’ve already gotten your 20% down payment (a paltry $45 million), then your estimated monthly mortgage will clock in at around $1.2 million, according to Zillow’s monthly cost estimation tool.

Don’t wait!

OK, OK, I know what you’re thinking. It’s a lovely home, but maybe it’s just a bit too extravagant for your tastes or it might be just a bitOut of your price range Well, you’re in luck.

If you still want a stunning home with room for your dozen-plus loved ones, you can trade in the Malibu coastline for a sprawling mansion in the heart of one of Los Angeles’ most exclusive neighborhoods — and it will only cost you a fraction (2/3, roughly) of the price.

594 S. Mapleton Dr., Los Angeles

  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)
  • "The Manor" located at 594 S. Mapleton, listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland (Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch)

Aptly named “The Manor,” this home in the Holmby Hills area of Westwood is not only the most expensive home for sale in Los Angeles proper, it’s also the largest home in all of L.A. County.

Imagine this: 14 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms, 56,500 square feet, home overlooking some iconic and historic landmarks around the globe. Still not sold? Keep reading.

The home is located on 4.68 acres of Holmby Hills near the Los Angeles Country Club. The Manor can be considered a city in its own right, with beauty salons, bowling lanes, and a cinema and world-famous library. The UCLA campus, Getty Center and home to the famous are all within easy reach of the mansion. Los Angeles witch. Plus, it’s in walking distance from the Playboy Mansion. Ask yourself: How many homes could you imagine that have their own Playboy Mansion? Your Wikipedia entry?

Interested? For $165 million, you can make the Manor your own home. The listing for the home is by Drew FentonOf Hilton & Hyland. If you’ve secured your down payment, your monthly mortgage will be about $871,000 per month. That’s doable.

Which one will you choose? Malibu Sunsets with the private Beach Elevator Or the mansion built on top of a hill and named after you?

We would love to invite you to our housewarming party, regardless of which one or two you decide on.

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