Los Angeles palace sells for $102 million, most expensive ever sold in LA

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LOS ANGELES — After several years on and off the market, a massive Los Angeles estate sold for $102 million on Monday.

The Fleur de Lys sold to a “secretive French billionaire” for $102 million, making it the most expensive home ever sold in L.A. County.

The home was sold by socialite and philanthropist Suzanne Saperstein.



The home has 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a ballroom, a movie theater, two kitchens, tennis courts, a pool and a 9-car garage.

The home had been previously listed for $125 million.

The 4.6 acre estate was sold following a three-way bidding war among international billionaires. The winner closed in 10 days and paid in “all cash.”

Read more: Los Angeles Times


  • Hot$tuff

    Pretty funny how all the Billionaires live outside of the US because they know how bad it is here and never have a penny thanks to the government and the corruption! This so called billionaire will probably never set foot in this place and only make money on it by using it for a tourist attraction and get paid more millions on what he or she already has! Dumb Americans I bet they all saying under their breath.

  • JT

    First the yacht the guy forgot he owned because he’s so rich and now this. What’s with all the rich white people stories?

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