Jack Flemming

Los Angeles Times

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On sale soon on the LA real estate market: 157 acres in Beverly Crest. It’s an entire mountain top. It’s listed for $1 billion, the most expensive listing in the history of LA County.

Land in Beverly Hills comes with $1 billion price tag, no house

On sale soon on the LA real estate market: 157 acres in Beverly Crest. It’s an entire mountain top. It’s listed for $1 billion, the most expensive listing in the history of LA County.

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