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Actress Katherine Moennig sells her Laurel Canyon cool digs

Actress Katherine Moennig has sold a Hollywood Hills West bungalow she owned through a trust for $1.115 million.

The 1949 house has a “Laurel Canyon cool” vibe with exposed beams, hardwood floors and an open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen area. French doors and windows take in hillside and canyon views.

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Singer-songwriter Milow gives up his hip surf spot in Venice

Exposed beams, interior brick, an outdoor shower — the place Belgian singer-songwriter Milow just sold through a trust for $2.125 million is the definition of Venice chic.

Set on a walk street with access to a prime surfing spot, the timeless 1934 bungalow occupies a postage stamp-sized lot with a detached one-bedroom, one-bathroom back unit.

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Venice contemporary displays a fresh face, forward-thinking

This contemporary residence, built in 1988, in Venice’s canal neighborhood presents itself as a happy marriage of eco-conscious features and minimalist design following a renovation by David Hertz.

The architect-environmentalist added a third story to bring in natural light and promote passive cooling.

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Cindy Crawford adds a stylish Beverly Hills flip to her home wardrobe

Cindy Crawford has gone shopping on the Westside.

The supermodel and her husband, businessman Rande Gerber, have bought a Beverly Hills home from OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder and his wife, Genevieve, for $11.625 million.

Tedder and his wife worked with Alvarez Morris Architectural Studio to restore and expand the 1959 house, which was once owned by film producer Gregory Goodman.

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Hot Property: The best seats in the house

For real estate entertainment value, it’s hard to beat Southern California’s celebrity market. This week, a boxing champ picked up a contemporary knockout in Beverly Hills, a former Lakers point guard traveled out of Hidden Hills and an HGTV star let us in on what floats his boat.

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Mary Hart and Burt Sugarman list highrise digs in downtown L.A. for $7.9 million

Television host Mary Hart and her husband, producer Burt Sugarman, have put their condominium at the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live back on the market at $7.9 million.

The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence, which the couple renovated and customized, had been listed earlier this year for as much as $8.8 million.

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