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Former boxing champ Oscar De La Hoya lands a condo in Pasadena for $2.65 million

Oscar De La Hoya, the former boxing champion and Golden Boy Promotions chairman, has bought a condominium in downtown Pasadena for $2.65 million.

Found within the Montana building, the single-story unit has high ceilings, polished stone and hardwood floors and gallery walls that run the length of the residence. The 4,150 square feet of interior space was dressed by late interior designer Joe Nye.

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'Fast and the Furious' director Rob Cohen finds a new place to park it in Woodland Hills

Filmmaker Rob Cohen, who created “The Fast and the Furious” action franchise, has bought a home in Woodland Hills for $1.755 million.

The Mediterranean-style home, built in 1950 and remodeled last year, sits behind gates and has a palm-lined walkway leading to the front door.

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Golfer Fred Couples takes another swing at selling La Quinta home

Golfer Fred Couples, fresh off his first tournament victory in three years, has put his desert home in La Quinta back on the market for $3.75 million, down from $3.95 million a year ago.

Sitting on about half an acre in the prestigious Madison Club, the Mediterranean villa-style home combines classic and contemporary elements.

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Off with a bang? L.A. County sees two sales of $30 million or more in early February

The high-end market may have been slow to develop in 2016, but it is already off to a brisk start this year. L.A. County has seen eight sales of $20 million or more through the first six weeks of 2017. Among them are two properties in Bel-Air that recently traded hands at $30 million or more.

Here’s a larger look at the most expensive home sales in late January and early February.

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Expanded Traditional home in Bel-Air builds on '30s roots

This Pennsylvania Dutch Colonial Revival house in Bel-Air has all the hallmarks of a Gerard Colcord design: honey-colored fieldstone, asymmetrical rooflines and intimate living spaces. Expanded since originally built, the home retains its exposed wood beams, peg-and-groove floors and large fireplaces.

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Homes in Lompoc, Santa Barbara and Solvang for around $750,000

How much house does around $750,000 buy in the Santa Barbara County housing market? In Lompoc, a recently built four-bedroom; in Santa Barbara, a downtown-area cottage; and in Solvang, an updated ranch-style home.

Here’s a more detailed look:

LOMPOC: An updated kitchen and master bathroom are among features of this three-bedroom on more than a quarter-acre lot.

Address: 900 E.

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