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Benedict Canyon, L.A. junkyard?

spittman le berger

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What is this ... possibly bathtubs, saunas, sinks or troughs and stacks of brick??? Been showing up in the aerials of this multi-million dollar community for years. <coordinates>

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George Hatch

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Can't tell. That property looks to be part of a 3-lot assemblage - 36 acres. You really had to zoom in to see this. The rectangular bits measure out at about 6ft long
 

spittman le berger

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Can't tell. That property looks to be part of a 3-lot assemblage - 36 acres. You really had to zoom in to see this. The rectangular bits measure out at about 6ft long
More like 50 acres and the residence is 30,000 sq.ft. for a family of four. F!!!! .... can you imagine. Did more research and the family that owns this property turned it into a polo training facility and farm. The reason I made this post is because I belong to a map discussion group and people are saying they are discarded bbq pits, bathtubs, or saunas, but that doesn't make sense to me. Why throw away new material like that? Such a waste even in Beverly Hills. My guess is that they are animal troughs that haven't been used yet.
 

Lee in L.A.

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I spotted one being built in Bel air yesterday, it looked big enough to be a small hotel. Two parcels about 4 acres, the owner shows as "M". :leeann2:

Close by is a house with almost an acre of GLA and another with over an acre of GLA, according to Realist. The listing for one said something about a ballroom. I guess if you have that kind of money you have a lot of "friends", if you want to. An acre of floor space is ridiculous for a "house" imho. :leeann:

Maybe your things are bee hives?
 
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