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Paris and Nicky Hilton's childhood home in Bel-Air is for sale at $7.25 million

The early childhood home of socialites Paris and Nicky Hilton has come on the market in Bel-Air for $7.25 million.

The stately Traditional, built in 1931, was owned by family patriarch Rick Hilton, a grandson of hotelier Conrad Hilton, from 1980 until the early 1990s.

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Actor Lyle Waggoner finds an oceanfront spot in Oxnard’s Mandalay Beach

Actor and sculptor Lyle Waggoner, who spent eight years on “The Carol Burnett Show,” has bought an oceanfront home in the Mandalay Beach area of Oxnard for $3.925 million.

The three-story house, built last year, has a contemporary yet casual vibe with light wood floors, paneled wall fireplaces and vaulted ceilings throughout.

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NBA veteran Tyson Chandler sells the Riverside home he bought his rookie year

NBA All-Star Tyson Chandler has sold a home in Riverside for $798,000.

Chandler, a two-time California Mr. Basketball at Dominguez High in Compton, closed sale on the two-story in 2001 — shortly after he was taken second overall in that year’s draft by the Los Angeles Clippers and promptly traded to the Chicago Bulls in a deal for Elton Brand. He paid $554,000 for the property, records show.

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My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way lists his Highland Park home for sale

Singer-songwriter Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance and his wife, Mindless Self Indulgence bassist Lyn-Z, have put their home in Highland Park up for sale at $1.195 million.

Formerly a rundown duplex, the two-story Midcentury received a complete overhaul compliments of HabHouse two years ago that restored its luster while adding a range of upgrades throughout.

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Home of the Day: History and hospitality on Grand Avenue in Pasadena

Once featured in a 1970s issue of Architectural Digest, this stately Spanish Colonial in Pasadena is a replica of the governor’s mansion in the city of Antigua, Guatemala.

Set up from the street on a corner lot, the 1938 estate is the definition of a Southern California classic. Old World details and modern amenities blend seamlessly inside a sprawling single-story floor plan.

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Music mogul L.A. Reid buys a modern showplace on the Westside for $18 million

Music executive, producer and television competition judge L.A. Reid has made a splash on the Westside of Los Angeles, buying a modern mansion for $17.99 million, according to real estate sources not authorized to comment publicly on the sale.

Although the area containing the one-acre estate is generally accepted as Bel-Air, the L.A. Times Mapping Database considers it to be part of Beverly Crest.

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