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L.A. Auto Show's Andrew Fuzesi buys Westwood-area home for $2,401,000

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Perhaps the key to true happiness is fast cars and fast sales? Andrew Fuzesi, general manager of the Los Angeles Auto Show, is the new owner of a Westwood-area home that was on the market for a mere 10 days and sold for above its listing price.

The 1927 house had been a three bedroom, one bathroom with just 1,364 square feet. The seller rebuilt the house, making it into a five-bedroom, five-bathroom home with about 4,000 square feet that is contemporary in style. It was listed at $2,395,000 and sold for $2,401,000.

Exotic woods and stone were used in the gourmet kitchen, which overlooks the yard and patio. There is a private downstairs office with a separate entry.

Besides being general manager, Fuzesi is also a co-owner of the L.A. Auto Show, which was held over Thanksgiving weekend. The show featured more than 1,000 of 2009 makes and models of imported and domestic cars, alternative fuel/electric vehicles and race cars.

David and Terri Elston, both of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills, represented both the buyer and seller.

ann.brenoff@latimes.com

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