Biggest Westside sale ever: The Knoll, in Beverly Hills, a two-story Georgian estate bought in 1984 by Marvin Davis for more than $20 million.
Biggest sale transacted in 1987: Liongate, purchased for more than $7 million by a land developer. Once owned by Kenny Rogers, the estate features a glass elevator that drops from the pool to a disco underneath.Most expensive garage: Steven Spielberg last year paid $1.3 million for the house next door to his 40,000-square-foot Santa Fe-style spread in the Pacific Palisades Riviera. The neighbor's house is being torn down to make way for Spielberg's garages.
Most expensive tear-down: A Japanese company last year bought two neighboring estates in Beverly Hills for $12 million and plans to tear down one of the houses to make way for a new mansion.
Most expensive condo on the market: The west penthouse of the Wilshire House. Recently reduced from $8 million to $6.9 million, it's now a bargain.