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Weekend tour: A fresh look in San Pedro

Set on a corner lot in the South Shores area, this new-look contemporary pairs high-end finishes with indoor-outdoor spaces for a light and airy aesthetic. Eye-catching details include swiveling glass doors, a glass-enclosed wine rack and a wall fireplace done in white Valentino marble. Fire and fountain features, koi ponds and a kidney-shaped swimming pool highlight the grounds.

Location: 2304 W.

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English Tudor with a modern makeover in Santa Monica

This 1920s English Tudor in Santa Monica retains its vintage good looks while incorporating such contemporary details as distressed herringbone wood floors, bold light fixtures and mix of marble finishes. Rows of glass doors open to an outdoor living area to bring together interior and exterior entertainment spaces.

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'Big Bang Theory's' Johnny Galecki ready to say goodbye to old home

It's in with the new and out with a bang for Johnny Galecki.

"The Big Bang Theory" star, who bought a pedigreed home from action film star Jason Statham last year, has put his old house in Hollywood Hills West on the market for $1.995 million.

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Home of the Day: A Tuscan-inspired estate in Solvang

This newly built Tuscan-style estate in the Santa Ynez Valley offers a taste of the Old World with 150-year-old hand-hewn oak beams, limestone floors and walls done in Marmorino and Venetian plaster. A courtyard with a bocce ball court, outdoor kitchen and pizza oven invite outdoor entertaining, and acres of vineyards producing Grenache and Rhone varietals complete the pastoral setting.

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Edmonton Oilers owner Daryl Katz expands his territory in Bel-Air

Daryl Katz, the billionaire owner of the Edmonton Oilers hockey franchise, has bought a house in Bel-Air for $9.1 million. The seller was Henry Morton, the son of hotelier Peter Morton.

Tucked behind chrome gates on about one-third of an acre, the late 1950s Midcentury residence was once owned by Arthur Marx, the son of comedian and actor Groucho Marx.

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