Year in Review: What It Sold For, Gold Edition

Curbed LA is kicking off a round of Year in Review posts, looking at the notable events, buildings, and shenanigans of 2009. First up: A look at 10 notable homes -- all New to Markets featured on the site, but listings that we never followed up on -- that sold in 2009. Of this bunch, just one sold for more than asking price. And off we go...

1. 2411 Inverness, Los Feliz, 24-room Georgian-style manor, former home of Los Angeles Times publisher Harry Chandler
Listed September 2008: $6.799 million
Sold October 2009: $3.696 million


2. Joseph Eichler-designed home in Granada Hills that was featured in a McDonald's Happy Meal television commercial. A porn shoot was rumored to have taken place in the home.
1. Listed June 2009: $789,000
2. Sold September 2009: $735,000


3. 4164 Motor Ave Culver City, Home with the Saloon
Listed March 2009: $780,000
Sold July 2009 (probate sale): $700,000


4. 143 N. McMcadden Place, Hancock Park, First time on the market in years.
Listed August 2009: $2.6 million
Sold December 2009: $1.9 million


5. So much mustard in Bel-Air or, as one commenter once noted of this type of home: Someone put Grandma in a home!

Listed February 2009: $1.499 million
Sold November 2009: $992,000


6. Shangri-La in Sherman Oaks, and what looked to be a good deal in the Valley.

Listed in February 2009: $879,000
Sold in June 2009: $820,000


7. 1430 Sunset Plaza Drive, a newly designed home by NY/LA firm Assembledge+. Nice bedroom.

Listed April 2009: $9.995 million
Sold July 2009: $9.1 million


8. Chapman House in Silver Lake, designed by architect L. G. Scherer in 1936. Pretty much universally loved by commenters.

Listed February 2009: $1.849,000
Sold April 2009: $1.890 million* (over asking)


9. Venice House with a Pool. Notable given its prime location on the Windward Avenue, and because of the pool.

Listed July 2009: $1.225 million
Sold September 2009; $1.125 million* (updated)


10. 8444 Harold Way, Hollywood Hills, Bader House, aka House with the Indoor Parking Spot
Listed March, 2008: $6.995 million
Sold September, 2009: $3.5 million

We're relied on Redfin data for this post, and thankfully, they're pretty accurate.

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