Lea Michele’s little piece of Hollywood
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Celebrity homes: Young stars heat up California real estate

Lea Michele, high school soprano Rachel Berry on “Glee,” bought a one-story Hollywood bungalow for $1.4 million in April 2012, not far from costar Kevin McHale.  (Realtor.com)
Miranda Cosgrove of “ICarly” bought a 1952 home with a swimming pool for $2.65 million. There’s also a covered pavillion with a flat-screen TV. (Realtor.com)
Kristen Stewart, whose “Twilight” saga has included romantic ups and downs with boyfriend Robert Pattinson, has bought a 3,361-square-foot house in Laughlin Park not far from her beau.  (Realtor.com)
Jim Parsons of “The Big Bang Theory” paid Robert Pattison of the “Twilight” films $6.375 million for this 1922 Spanish Colonial-style house in Los Feliz in early 2014.  (Realtor.com )
“Glee” cheerleader Naya Rivera sold her Westside home almost a half million dollars more than she paid for it in 2012. The party pad has a swimming pool, a wet bar and a kegerator. (Realtor.com)
Last August, Drake bought a Hidden Hills home priced most recently at $8.65 million -- down from $16.9 million in 2009. The pool, which has a grotto and back-lighted waterfall, also has an 80-foot slide. (Realtor.com)
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick bought a house in the Hollywood Hills, beneath the Hollywood sign, for $2.1 million. (Realtor.com)
Josh Hutcherson became a homeowner while still a teen with his purchase early last year of a Hollywood Hills house among the trees. Hutcherson, who played Peeta Mellark in “The Hunger Games,” is set to reprise his role in the 2013 “Catching Fire” sequel.  (Realtor.com)
Kevin McHale, who plays paraplegic Artie Abrams on “Glee,” is also a former boy-band member and accomplished dancer. Last April, he was tapping over the wood floors of his $1.025-million home, which includes extensive windows to take in the Hollywood Hills view. Not far away, costar Lea Michele -- Rachel Berry on “Glee” -- bought a 1920 Hollywood bungalow.
More: Lea Michelle, Kevin McHale within duet-singing distance (Val Riolo)