Hot Property | Candy Spelling
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Hot Property | Candy Spelling lists her beach house

In Malibu, Candy Spelling lists her beach house and comedian Russell Peters tries again to sell his ocean-view home, which is now tenant-occupied. Also: two of L.A.'s newest sports coaches settle in the South Bay; and Padres star Manny Machado picks up a base in Florida.

Socialite Candy Spelling has listed her oceanfront home in Malibu for sale at $23 million. The brick-clad residence sits on 81 feet of beach frontage on La Costa Beach.
 (Simon Berlyn)

Inside, rooms features limestone floors, crown molding and other custom details. (Simon Berlyn)
Outside, a patio spans the length of the home. Two staircases descend to the sand below.
 (Simon Berlyn)
Comedian Russell Peters has leased out his Maliu home but is still trying to sell the 1.35-acre estate.
 (Sean Gordon)
The ocean-view home has 10,000 square feet of space, a movie theater and a gym. A wraparound terrace takes in the ocean. (Sean Gordon)
Completely remodeled under his ownership, the interior holds such highlights as a rounded sunroom.
 (Sean Gordon)
The sleek kitchen with breakfast nook. (Sean Gordon)
Early film star Tyrone Power owned two Paul R. Williams-designed homes during his lifetime including this Brentwood residence now for sale at $11.995 million.
 (Lee Manning Photography)
The paneled den features an oval pub room.

 (Lee Manning Photography)
Fenced and gated from the street, the classic two-story sits on more than an acre dotted with gardens and mature trees.

 (Lee Manning Photography)
Padres star Manny Machado will be spending his offseasons on the East Coast after paying $11.3 million for a Coral Gables, Fla., mansion.
 (Douglas Elliman)
Floor-to-ceiling windows bring water views into nearly every room. (Douglas Elliman)
Typical for luxury listings in the Miami area, the home is a sleek mix of tile floors, crisp white walls and glass — lots and lots of glass.
 (Douglas Elliman)
The 8,300-square-foot contemporary home has 121 feet of water frontage, a glass elevator and a custom swimming pool. There are waterfront lounges and a covered poolside patio.
 (Douglas Elliman)
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