All the houses featured in Season 7 of ‘Selling Sunset’ and what happened to them

by Georgie Mihaila

Cue up your favorite girlboss anthem, because the high-powered female brokers at the Oppenheim Group are back!

And along with them come more million-dollar deals and all the drama you’d expect from the Netflix series best described as ‘Real Housewives meets Million Dollar Listing.’

The spectacular houses in ‘Selling Sunset’, Season 7

Kicking off the season strong, Bre, Amanza and Emma get together in a newly listed $15,995,000 mansion that’s the epitome of modern luxury.

Readcrest Dr. house in Beverly Hills $15,995,000


Status update: While Selling Sunset has it priced at $15,995,000, the Readcrest Dr. house’s asking price was actually $15,888,888, public records show. And we’re using the past tense to refer to it, as the mansion has already found a buyer and is Pending Sale.

Halvern Dr. house in Brentwood $26,000,000


Status update: Last priced at $25,000,000, the sprawling Brentwood house did not manage to find a buyer, and was later offered as a rental at $155,000/mo. And it likely found its newest resident, as the property has been off the market since July 19, 2023.

Mirror Lake Dr, where Emma takes Josh Richards $6,939,000


Status update: Co-listed by Danielle Peretz of The Beverly Hills Estates and George Ouzounian with The Agency (you know, the competing brokerage with a similar Netflix reality series), the property is still on the market, but with a reduced asking price of $6,299,000.

The iconic Sheats-Goldstein Residence Worth over $100 million


An O Group-worthy anniversary needs a special location. And real estate-wise, it doesn’t get any more special than the Sheats-Goldstein Residence, one of LA’s most unique — and desirable — houses.

If you’re not familiar with John Lautner’s iconic Beverly Crest mansion, or with the estate’s flamboyant owner, then you’re definitely missing out — and we’ve written a dedicated article covering everything you need to know about the Sheats-Goldstein residence.

Somma Way, the $59 million mansion $59,000,000


Status update: Not much has changed for the $59 million Somma Way house. It’s still on the market and hasn’t had its price altered — though it’s worth noting that before being featured on Selling Sunset, the massive Bel Air house had previously been listed for a whopping $78,000,000.

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