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The Most Expensive Property Ever Featured On Selling Sunset

"Selling Sunset" regularly showcases lavish real estate properties that are listed for sale in Southern California. The binge-worthy series follows a group of glamorous agents at the Oppenheim Group real estate brokerage firm, and for this group, a $5 million deal is no big deal. Eight figure listings were prominently featured on the first three seasons of the Netflix reality hit, and there will likely be more to come as the show heads into Season 4, which will release on November 24, 2021.

In July 2020, brokerage boss Jason Oppenheim told Australia's "The Morning Show" that his firm hit more than $1 billion in closed sales and even carried the priciest listing in the Hollywood Hills: a mansion listed at a shocking $100 million. That house hasn't been featured on the show — at least not yet — but there has been one that has clocked in close, a super high-end abode that just won't budge. 

So what is the most expensive listing shown on the show to date?

Selling Sunset featured a $75 million house that is still on the market

The first three seasons of "Selling Sunset" featured two very memorable and very high-priced mansions. One of the homes — a $40 million, ultra-modern pad with a rooftop deck — was sold by Jason Oppenheim himself, per The Los Angeles Times. But the bigger deal was the lavish $75 million spread that dominated much of Season 3.

According to House Digest, veteran agent Davina Potratz scored the listing for the 15,605 square-foot contemporary-style Beverly Hills mansion that would go on to become the biggest listing to date on the show. In addition to seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, the house boasts a movie theater, wine cellar, and a two-bedroom, two-bath guest house on the property, The Sun notes. "Selling Sunset" viewers watched as the frustrated seller, developer Adnan Sen, question why the meticulously designed house hadn't sold. In fact, he originally gave Davina a three-month contract to sell the place, and she haggled for an extension. More than two years later, you can see the listing on The Oppenheim Group website, because, yes, it's still there. Davina has since left The Oppenheim group for a rival agency, according to People.

But if a lucky agent ever does sell the Sen property for the asking price, they'll fetch more than $2 million in commission, per Pop Sugar.