Roger Perry of Rodeo Realty was recently recognized under The Significant Sale Program for his recent record-breaking sale in Studio City. The architectural masterpiece, designed by architect Armen Kazanchy and built by developer Edgar Zalyan, was listed at $8.5 million by Perry and is now the highest priced home ever sold in Studio City, according to MLS records.
Perry’s recent sale has made news in the Los Angeles Times for being among the priciest single-family home sales historically in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood. According to the LA Times, based on information they collected through CoreLogic, the median sale price during the month of March in Studio City was $1.11 million.
The stunning estate is sited on a 1.3-acre promontory with expansive 300-degree views. Secluded and served by a long private driveway and huge motor court, the 6-bedroom/6.5-bath home features a dramatically scaled two-story main floor opening seamlessly to colossal entertaining decks, pool/spa and 3 fire pits.
The finest finishes, fixtures and appliances were combined by developer Edgar Zalyan in the amazing accomplishment.
Perry’s sale of this property sets a new standard of excellence that Rodeo Realty expects will continue as clients embrace the location, privacy, pricing and views in the Studio City Hills.
To read the LA Times article, click HERE
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