Los Angeles Times: Top Sales - Noah Walker-Designed Showplace Fetches November’s Top Price

  • 12/17/19
A Jonas brother, a Chinese filmmaker and a hockey franchise co-owner were among the biggest movers and shakers in L.A. County’s real estate market last month. Here’s a closer look at the biggest residential real estate deals that closed in November.

$22.5 million — Beverly Crest

In the 9600 block of Oak Pass Road, a limited liability company tied to Chinese filmmaker and businessman James Wang sold a modern showplace for $9.5 million less than the original asking price.

The multilevel house, designed by architect Noah Walker, sits on a roughly 3.5-acre lot where late film and television producer Bert Schneider once had a home. Some 130 live oak trees surround the main house, which was designed so that the public spaces sit above bedrooms buried beneath the hillside.

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