The affluent neighborhood nestled in West LA, Holmby Hills is in good company – bordered by Beverly Hills on the east, Wilshire Boulevard on the south, Westwood on the west, and Bel-Air on the north. There is a reason there is no “Platinum Triangle” without this exclusive district. For generations, Holmby Hills has been comprised of both historic and contemporary estates, presenting the ultimate getaway for the rich and famous while remaining close enough to the pulse of the city.
Below are just a handful of the stunning Hilton & Hyland homes we are listing in the celebrity enclave.
The Manor | Offered at $175,000,000
Represented by Rick Hilton & David Kramer
The Manor, built in 1988 by entertainment royalty Aaron and Candy Spelling, is one of the grandest private residences in the world. Proudly positioned, it is nearly five acres of flat land bordering the LA Country Club.
The Owlwood Estate | Offered at $115,000,000
Represented by Drew Fenton & Linda May
Designed in 1936 by renowned architect Robert D. Farquhar in 1936, Owlwood is a world unto itself. Sited on approximately 10 acres in the heart of Holmby Hills, the main house features extensive wood paneling, exceptional period detail and impressive scale.
330 Mapleton | Offered at $88,000,000
Represented by Drew Fenton
Monumental in scale and perfect for a massive art collection, 330 Mapleton boasts over 31,000-square-feet of refined interiors designed by Stephen Stone. Inspired by the great Palladian Villas of Northern Italy, this residence is the ultimate showplace on famed South Mapleton Drive.
271 Mapleton | Offered at $69,996,000
Represented by Branden Williams & Rayni Williams
Located on Billionaire’s Row, this impeccable compound is furnished by Fendi and features everything & more.
144 Monovale | Offered at $35,000,000
Represented by Jeff Hyland & Rick Hilton
Beautifully situated at the corner of Ladera and Monovale Drive in Holmby Hills, this 2.3-acre property offers unlimited possibilities. A long private drive leads up to a motor court and a stately Tudor Revival house with leaded glass mullion windows, imposing archways and high-pitched roof.