If you live in NYC or any other city where very large home spaces are rather scarce, we won’t think anything less of you if you skipped this week’s chart. This time at PropertyShark, we searched for the 10 largest homes in Los Angeles by building square footage and watched numbers go from 28,222sqft to a whopping 52,503sqft.

The largest home in Los Angeles (52,503 sqft)  is the former Aaron and Candy Spelling mansion at 594 S Mapleton Dr., which sold last summer for $85 million to the daughter of Formula One racing lead Bernie Ecclestone.

Other Beverly Hills and Bel Air manors that stunned the real estate market when listed also secured top places in our chart, like Le Belvedere (#4 with 35,378 sqft) and Fleur de Lys (#5 with 35, 046 sqft).

Here’s the entire A-list:

Property Address Building Square footage
Property Type
The Manor at 594 S Mapleton Dr, Los Angeles 52,503 Single Family Residence
1261 Angelo Dr, Los Angeles
49,300* Single Family Residence
457 Bel Air Rd, Los Angeles
45,891 Single Family Residence
Le Belvedere at 630 Nimes Rd, Los Angeles 35,378 Single Family Residence
Fleur de Lys at 350 N Carolwood Dr, Los Angeles 35,046 Single Family Residence
49 N Beverly Park Cir, Los Angeles
31,335 Single Family Residence
3740 Effingham Pl, Los Angeles
29,620 Single Family Residence
1399 Vista Moraga, Los Angeles
28,954 Single Family Residence
Casa Encantada at 10644 Bellagio Rd, Los Angeles 28,725 Single Family Residence
Steven Udvar-Hazy Residence at 67 Beverly Park Ct, Los Angeles 28,660 Single Family Residence
18 Beverly Park Dr, Los Angeles
28,222 Single Family Residence

*Property square footage data is based on public information we get from the county. For the second property, data was taken from a recent article published in  the WSJ.


Roxana Baiceanu

Roxana Baiceanu

Roxana is an associate editor with Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive. In the past, she also created content for PropertyShark and Point2Homes’ blog pages. She also has 5 years of experience as a marketing copywriter.