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Here’s how much the most expensive houses on Selling Sunset could charge as holiday homes

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Netflix’s Selling Sunset has been the show of the summer, but most of us can only dream of owning a property like those on screen. Their listings boast spectacular views over the iconic Hollywood Hills, crystal clear infinity pools, state of the art home cinemas and wine cellars.

The median home value for Los Angeles is $752,508 currently, but the homes of Selling Sunset are in another league altogether with the most expensive property featured so far with at ten times this cost with a listing price of $75 million.

Here at Schofields, we’ve taken a look at the most expensive homes featured in the programme and estimated how much these properties could charge for a night’s stay based on their location, square footage, number of bedrooms and additional luxury features such as personal gyms, rooftop BBQ terraces, private pools and more.


1. N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills – $7250/night

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Quietly Listed – 1021 N. Beverly Dr. – $75 Million — A sprawling Beverly Hills contemporary estate on over 1 acre of land, recently completed with meticulous attention to design and detail. Developed by Sen Properties, the 7 beds, 10 baths main residence boasts 15,605 sq. ft. of stylish living spaces including an elegant foyer, top-of-the-line chef’s kitchen, sleek dining and living areas, state-of-the-art movie theater and gym, wine cellar, a lavish owner’s suite with his-and-hers walk-in closets and bathrooms.. The seamless indoor/outdoor flow creates inviting spaces for entertaining and resort-style relaxation, including an outdoor kitchen and dining area, one of Beverly Hill’s biggest and most stunning pools, all while surrounded by lush landscaping and a huge grassy yard. Other unique features include an impressive futuristic automated awning surrounding the property which can control the natural ambient lighting, and a separate 2,690 sq. ft. guesthouse with 2 beds, 2 baths, completing this superbly private compound.

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With 9 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a jaw dropping 18,000 sq ft and huge swimming pool in Beverly Hills, this elegant contemporary property is listed for sale at $75 million.

1 night at 1021 N. Beverly Drive would cost around $7250 (£5500/night).

2. Hillside Ave, Hollywood Hills – $4450/night

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These are not renderings, these are real photos, IT’S DONE! Proudly presenting 8408 Hillside Ave., offered at $43,995,000. — From world-renown architectural design firm, Saota, this 20,000 sq. ft. estate is set on a promontory with unparalleled 300 degree city skyline views. Unmatched design and exquisite bespoke finishes throughout, this home was built for the most discerning occupant. Automated glass sliding doors create a seamless confluence from the interior living spaces to plentiful outside seating and dining areas, including a 175-foot linear pool culminating in a waterfall cascading into an atrium garden. A 15-foot outdoor television rises from the ground with horizontal and vertical rotation, visible from every room in the house. Enormous entertainer’s rooftop deck, state-of-the-art theater, curated wine cellar, glass elevator, unrivaled security and audio/visual integration, and a spa retreat replete with wet and dry sauna, cold and hot water plunge pools, and massage therapy. Private driveway leads to a 12-car garage with dedicated entrance and exit. Inarguably the most impressive property ever built above the Sunset Strip.

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This property, apparently “the biggest house ever built in the Hollywood Hills”, was originally listed for sale at $40 million. It boasts a 15 car garage, glass elevator and panoramic skyline views from a rooftop deck as well as 5 spacious bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. 

1 night at 8404 Hillside Ave would cost around $4450 (£3400/night)

3. Loma Vista Drive, Beverly Hills – $3650/night

This Balinese inspired home with an expansive outdoor space of over 20,000 sq ft plus 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms is listed for sale at $12.49 million.

1 night at 1975 Loma Vista Drive would cost around $3650 (£2800/night)

4. N. Doheny Drive, Los Angeles – $4000/night

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Just Listed – 1233 N. Doheny Dr. – $9,750,000 Situated on a flat lot in the sought-after lower Bird Streets area of the Hollywood Hills, this elegant 5 bed, 6 bath breath-taking traditional estate is privately gated and exquisitely remodeled with designer finishes throughout and no expenses spared. The main level comes replete with formal dining and living rooms, a spacious family room, stunning chef's kitchen, and maid's quarters. A grand staircase leads to a luxurious owner's suite with walk-in closet, master bath, and en-suite office. Two additional and spacious bedrooms with en-suite baths complete the upper level. French doors lead to a beautifully landscaped lawn with pool and a fully permitted guesthouse.

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Just shy of $10 million, this privately gated home was the location of Mary and Romain’s wedding. It has stunning landscape gardens, 5 bedrooms, including an owner’s suite and 6 bathrooms.

1 night 1233 N. Doheny Drive would cost around $4000 (£3050/night)

5. Beverly Grove, Hollywood Hills – $3450/night

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Just Listed – 9894 Beverly Grove Dr. – $10,695,000 — 4 Beds | 5 Baths | 4,864 Sq. Ft. — A strikingly rebuilt and meticulously crafted contemporary masterpiece. Set behind private gates, this stunning home is set on top a promontory offering unobstructed panoramic views of the city and ocean from almost every room. An open floor plan accentuated by French white oak floors, sky-lit Poliform kitchen with Miele appliances, sliding floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood doors, trim-less lighting, high ceilings, elevator, elegant movie theater, and Savant smart system. Luxurious owner's suite is replete with custom walnut built-ins plus serene bath with heated floors and dual closets. Additional two bedrooms, with bonus lower level acting as a 4th bedroom, office or gym. Mature landscaping on resort-like grounds featuring infinity-edge waterfall pool and spa, outdoor entertainer's kitchen, expansive viewing terraces, and secret garden with teahouse and koi pond.

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With 180 degree views over the Hollywood Hills, located a short walk from Sunset Drive plus a cinema room, personal gym, 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, this property is listed for just over $10 million.

1 night at 9894 Beverly Grove would cost around $3450 (£2560/night)

6. Evanview Drive, Los Angeles – $2995/night

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Just Listed – 8842 Evanview Dr. – $7,995,000 or $39,800 monthly — 3 Beds | 4 Baths | 5,044 Sq. Ft. — The most exquisitely designed and meticulously crafted home in the Hollywood Hills, with expansive views of the city skyline. Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac street off lower Sunset Plaza Drive, boasting unrivaled quality and bespoke finishes, soaring 13-foot ceilings and tremendous floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors allow an abundance of natural light. Two luxurious master suites offer elaborately designed en-suite baths, enormous suede-lined walk-in closets, an impressive floating steel staircase, and fireplace. An open floor plan, Italian kitchen with new-line Miele appliances, beautiful wine cellar, media room with wet bar, and ambient LED lighting accentuating custom woodwork and cabinetry throughout. A massive entertainers yard offers a conversation pit with fireplace set beyond floating steps in the middle of the pool, massage room replete with sauna and shower, luxurious day beds, complete outdoor kitchenette, built-in BBQ, and T.V. viewing area.

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Panoramic skyline views, 13 foot ceilings and a fire pit set in beyond floating steps in the centre of the pool are just a few of the features of this $8 million 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom property.

1 night at 8842 Evanview Drive would cost around $2995 (£2300/night)

7. Miller Place, Hollywood Hills – $2150/night

This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom contemporary property has decking and rooftop terraces with views to envy for $6 million.

1 night at Miller Place would cost around $2150 (£1650/night)

8. Sunset Plaza, Hollywood Hills – $2100/night

Listed at $5.49 million, this 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom home is made complete with solid marble countertops, impressive city views, a lap pool and its own guest house.

1 night at 1490 Sunset Plaza Dr would cost around $2100 (£1600/night)

9. N. Beverly Glen Blvd, Los Angeles – $1700/night

A 12 car motor court, eat-in chef’s kitchen and retractable glass wall opening onto a pool with beautiful views are just a few of the features of this never lived in 4 bedroom, 6 bathroom property valued at just shy of $5 million.

1 night at 727 N. Beverly Glen Blvd would cost around $1700 (£1300/night)

10. Harold Way, Hollywood Hills – $1595/night

With unique architecture, a stunning open plan living space and 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, this property was listed for $5.49 million.

1 night at 8448 Harold Way would cost around $1595 (£1200/night)

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