When the Singleton House sold at $59,355,550 earlier this year, it set a price record for the L.A. area for 2015. But $60 mill is not even chart-topping in the grand scheme for its neighborhood of Holmby Hills.
The 15,520 square-foot mansion has 10 bedrooms, 12 and a half bathrooms, and four fireplaces. A grand, oval-shaped entry hall with an Asian-inspired mural is overlooked from wrought iron balconies, and the floors are walnut parquet and white marble. The 7.65 acres of grounds on three parcels of land feature lawns, terraces, gardens, a pool, a tennis court, and an expansive motor court allowing parking for up to 20 cars (plus an additional four-car garage for those toys that need safekeeping).
It was previously listed at $85 million in 2008, and in 2012, it was leased for $34,000 per month.
The mansion was built in 1970 for Henry Earl Singleton, an electrical…
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