Los Angeles Spec Home Could Set Price Record in Hancock Park Neighborhood

A new, ultra-modern megamansion in the heart of Los Angeles’s historic Hancock Park hit the market last week for just under $25 million.


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A new, ultra-modern megamansion in the heart of Los Angeles’s historic
Hancock Park
hit the market last week for just under $25 million. 

If the property, which includes 13,000 square feet of living space, sells for close to its ask, it would be the most expensive home sold in the neighborhood by about 24%, according to the Multiple Listing

Jonathan Menlo
Meir Siboni’s
vision is second to none…it is truly an architectural and design triumph in the heart of Hancock Park,” listing agent
Aaron Kirman,
of the Aaron Kirman Group at Compass, said in an email. He has the listing with
Verna Helbling,
also of Compass, and
Adam Rosenfeld
with The Agency.  

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A Newly Listed $4.25 Million Los Angeles Home Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright ‘Is Not for the Faint of Heart’

Known as the Samuel and Harriet Freeman House, it was built between 1923 and 1925.


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The University of Southern California is selling a
Frank Lloyd
-designed Los Angeles home, one of four in the city using concrete blocks, for $4.25 million.

The Samuel and Harriet Freeman House in the Hollywood Hills was constructed with more than 12,000 cast concrete blocks used both inside and out, and features a salon-style layout with a central hearth, partially open kitchen and several outdoor spaces. It was created by the famed American architect between 1923 and 1925.

The two-bedroom, 2,884-square-foot residence is “a treasure that needs restoration,” said listing agent
Mike Deasy,
the CEO of
Deasy Penner Podley,
a brokerage that specializes in architecturally significant and historic properties. 

“We’ve seen interest from art collectors and institutions,”
Mr. Deasy

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This Stunning Los Angeles Home Featured in House Beautiful Is for Sale

Photo credit: Grey Crawford
Photo credit: Grey Crawford

From House Beautiful

If you’ve ever flipped through an issue of House Beautiful and dreamt of living in the homes displayed in its pages, now might be your chance: Interior designer Jeff Andrews‘s Los Angeles house, which was featured in House Beautiful last year, just hit the market for $2,350,000.

Andrews’ home is also chronicled in his design book, The New Glamour: Interiors with Star Quality, alongside homes he’s designed for celebs, including Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and Kaley Cuoco. An award-winning interior designer with an impressive clientele, Andrews has also designed homes for Ryan Seacrest, Dexter star Michael C. Hall, TV personality Carrie Ann Inaba, and NBA star Tyson Chandler.

Photo credit: Grey Crawford
Photo credit: Grey Crawford

Located in the historic Miracle Mile North neighborhood, the Spanish Colonial home was built in 1934. After moving into the home eight years ago, Andrews told House Beautiful that

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