You can’t beat these ultraluxe homes—or their breathtaking views.

2304 Donella Circle

1. 2304 Donella Circle

Overlooking one of the city’s secret lakes, this eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom modern estate covers nearly 12,000 square feet. And, thanks to the home’s disappearing walls of glass, you can get 360-degree water, city and mountain vistas whenever you please. $16,995,000, listed by Farah Levi of The Agency, co-listed with Sally Foster Jones and Aaron Kirman

Views from 7007 Los Tilos Road

2. 7007 Los Tilos Road

Featuring unobstructed panoramic views extending from the Hollywood sign to the Pacific, this Hollywood Hills home casts vistas from every room in the modern house via floor-to-ceiling glass windows and wraparound terraces. The best part? The completely remodeled two-story home sits atop its own nearly 1-acre throne for ultimate seclusion. $9,988,000, listed by Richard Maslan, Hilton & Hyland

31460 Broad Beach Road

3. 31460 Broad Beach Road

Boasting views of the Pacific, this modern architectural residence located in celeb-favorite Broad Beach showcases dramatic beach and ocean views. Designed by architect Michael Rachlin—also behind the renovation of Los Angeles City Hall—the three-story, five-bedroom beachfront home, which was built in 1991, features high ceilings, gallerylike walls, an open floor living plan and floor-to-ceiling windows, capturing the beach vistas exceptionally. Mauricio Umansky and Sandro Dazzan, The Agency

971 Linda Flora

4. 971 Linda Flora

This brand-new, custom-build home is an entertainer’s dream. With soaring ceilings and Otiima doors—which open to reveal the stunning outdoor living area, complete with an infinity-edge saltwater pool, outdoor kitchen and barbecue, covered loggia with infrared heating, fire pit and more—your guests will swoon over the distant mountainscape of this Bel-Air estate. $11,995,000, James Harris and David Parnes, The Agency, co-listed with Tracy Tutor and Gina Dickerson

27930 Pacific Coast Highway

5. 27930 Pacific Coast Highway

Sitting on 2.6 oceanside acres, this nearly 11,000-square-foot modern compound houses 12 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. But it’s most impressive feature is undoubtedly the ocean, coastline and island vistas, viewable from each floor. Outside, the home’s many decks, intimate patios, Zen walkways and lush greenery serve as the perfect places to enjoy the sunset from the beachfront property, fittingly named Mar De Amor, or Sea of Love. $115,000,000, Drew Mandile, Sotheby’s International Realty

514 Chalette Drive

6. 514 Chalette Drive

Surrounded by lush greens, this glass-walled home in Trousdale Estates boasts modern, contemporary design and an outdoor living space, complete with a pool-spa and kitchen, bar and lounge areas, which offers sprawling views of the distant cityscape. $34,850,000, Linda May, Hilton & Hyland