In the mood for a little taste of Tuscany? This Tuscan-inspired villa in Pacific Palisades offered at $9.35M might be just the thing. The property was featured this week as an LA Times Home of the Week.
From the LA Times:
Casa de Liones sits behind gates amid old oaks, walking paths and gardens. Built in the late 1920s, the restored and modernized Tuscan-inspired villa maintains its old world charm.
Houses may be more expensive than they were a year ago, but they are selling faster. Residences listed on real estate marketplace Zillow sold in September spent just 86 days on the site—a full 30 days faster than a year earlier.
The reason is no mystery: The supply of available properties is down more than 7 percent year over year, while demand has risen, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Get the rest of CNBC’s story here.
Think 86 days sounds fast? Sometimes it’s even faster in West LA:
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