You set a certain budget for your house hunt — and you can’t go a penny over it. But what if you want to expand your search a wee bit beyond a specific neighborhood? We decided to play the comparison game by exploring what you can buy for a certain dollar value in various California neighborhoods with a series called “Cali Comparables”. We’re crisscrossing the Golden State to give you an idea of how far your dollar goes in certain areas.
What can we get in coastal Los Angeles with a budget of $16 million? Let’s find out!
Located in the Brentwood Park, this five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home is a modern, spacious retreat just off Sunset Boulevard. The gorgeous brick exterior is lined with large windows allowing for lots of natural light. Indoors, the home’s meticulous design ties in natural elements and light colors, making the space feel open and airy. The dining room features climate-controlled wine storage and leads into a gourmet kitchen and secondary kitchen with custom cabinets and luxurious appliances. The living spaces are equally modern and pristine, with a living room, family room, entertaining loft, library and movie theater. The large wall of glass essentially slides away, giving residents quick access to the pool and built-in barbecue outdoors.
This stately 6-bedroom, 11-bathroom home is essentially a European villa. The home features exquisite finishes such as crown molding, tray ceilings and large floor-to-ceiling windows throughout. The design is a gorgeous blend of classic and modern chic with a martini bar, eat-in kitchen, office and wine closet. The kitchen is perfect for home chefs with upgraded appliances, a butler’s pantry and views into the pristine backyard. The master is a getaway in itself with a seating area, separate dual bathrooms and French doors leading out onto the terrace. The home has luxurious amenities around nearly every corner: swimming pool, spa, theatre, gym with sauna, bars and a commercial grade elevator.
This magnificent four-bedroom, five-bathroom home has unmatched ocean and mountain views. The single-level ranch-style villa has a status of the Williamson Act Agriculture Preserve status, making this a unique property. Inside, the home has clean lines and a modern design throughout. The dark floors and beams mixed with light walls give the home a coastal feel that perfectly highlights the ocean views. Those panoramic ocean views continue into the kitchen, which is galley-style with plenty of cabinet and counter space. Outdoors is a pool with plenty of seating areas perfect for entertaining while enjoying the sweeping views.
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