The Real Deal profiled the most expensive listings for single-family residences in Los Angeles for the month of October, a time that most residents associate with cooling temperatures and pumpkin spice. After having a record-breaking year, a phenomenal 2017 continued as the firm represented three of the five highest listings in October.
“This is a fantastic achievement for our firm, and I speak for everyone when I say we are proud that we’ve successfully exerted our dominance in the luxury market,” said Rick Hilton, Chairman of Hilton & Hyland.
Jeff Hyland, President of Hilton & Hyland, continued, “At Hilton & Hyland, we know how to effectively manage the market in any climate and these October numbers are a testament to that. We’re incredibly proud of our agents for joining together to make 2017 such a stellar year and we are confident to enter the new year in the same fashion.”
Below you will find a list of Hilton & Hyland’s most prominent October properties according to The Real Deal.
The Johnny Carson Estate Listed by Linda May
A secluded modern masterpiece by renowned architect Edward R. Niles, rises above the majestic bluffs of Point Dume. Enter the gated private driveway and emerge into a magnificent rich green canopy of multiple specimen trees punctuated by a brilliantly colored festival of flowers. Formerly home to the Tonight Show’s late host, Johnny Carson, this pristine compound expands over four acres of park like grounds, gardens and pathways with private access to the gorgeous beach below. The voluminous residence is comprised of wood and glass, arranged in triangular geometric shapes and patterns, and offers spectacular panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and coastline. Offered at $81,500,000.
144 Monovale Listed by Jeff Hyland and 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. An authentic Japanese tea house and wrap-around Koi pond evoke a Zen quality to the property, which also features a tennis court, pool, pool house and two detached guest quarters. Offered at $35,000,000.
110 N. Rockingham Listed by Linda May
Originally built by Wallace Neff in 1968 and expanded by architect Robert A.M. Stern in 1999, this approximately 9,000-square-foot Brentwood French Manor Estate, on roughly 1.6 acres, exudes characteristics of simplicity and strength famously recognizable as being from Neff’s hand. Sumptuous and chic, brick wrap the horizontal exterior walls. Second-story windows carry slightly into the roof dormers while ground floor windows resemble French Doors. Offered at $23,900,000.