Last month, August 2020 the most expensive home to sell was 601 Seclusion Lane Glendale. This Colonial Melwood Estates home originally listed for $2,699,995 and sold in forty-seven days for $2,400,000. The seller’s purchased this home in 2013 for $1,775,000.
MLS Remarks for 601 Seclusion Lane Glendale read: Take A Virtual Tour of this gorgeous Melwood Estates 1938 Colonial home. Reminiscent of a Paul Williams Colonial. A home with Hollywood Regency elegance and a contemporary floor plan. While retaining it’s period architectural details like a traditional sitting foyer, sweeping staircase, sunken living room, leaded glass doors and a stunning circular Sunroom with a dozen custom arched windows. A thoughtfully designed and balanced addition gives the home a modern floor plan for living and entertaining. This south facing home has views to downtown Los Angeles and Catalina Island.
Sitting on nearly a half acre of land with giant Oak trees, statuesque Pine and mature fruit trees. This urban oasis is completely private and Secluded. French doors open to a turquoise pool / spa and Cabana. This home includes a formal dining room, wet bar/butlers pantry, modern updated kitchen, den/office, family room with a fireplace. And a state-of-the-art Home Theater, gated motor court plus much more.
I have noticed a COVID trend in luxury real estate. Buyers are wanting larger homes and back yards. Inside they want his and her offices, and a study area for the children. Pools and outdoor kitchens are highly sought after. The buyers who aren’t leaving California are looking for less populous suburbs and less congestion.