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After listing for $1 billion last year, a 157-acre Beverly Hills property called the Mountain has sold at foreclosure auction for $100,000 to the estate of Herbalife founder Mark Hughes, the property’s previous owner.
Actor Rob Lowe had no takers for his 10,000-square-foot Montecito mansion at $47 million, so he slashed the price.
Former NFL tailback Reggie Bush has put his Pacific Palisades home of five years on the market for about $10 million.
Owlwood, the estate owned in the 1960s by actor Tony Curtis and later sold to singers Cher and Sonny Bono, is back on the market at $115 million.
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Built in 1997, the two-story home expands to a landscaped front yard and a palm-topped backyard with a gazebo, swimming pool and sand volleyball court.
The polished contemporary-style home in Pacific Palisades features pocketing walls of glass, a temperature-controlled wine cellar and an infinity-edge swimming pool.
Holmby Hills’ Owlwood estate is back on the market at $115 million.
Recently remodeled, the 1970s home backs up to conserved land for extra privacy.
A contemporary-style home in Hollywood Hills West designed for indoor-outdoor living and play. Asking price: $11,599,999.
The charming three-level home in Sierra Madre features steeply vaulted ceilings, wood beams and expansive views.
Built in 1964, the single-story dwelling is anchored by a dual-sided white-painted brick fireplace bookended by custom built-in shelves.
Listed at $1.85 million, this corner-lot home boasts remodeled living spaces with tile floors, crisp white walls and lots of flexibility in one of Culver City’s few neighborhoods west of the 405 Freeway.
Just west of downtown Culver City, this well-preserved 1920s Craftsman listed for $1.885 million is surrounded by shops, parks and restaurants.
Recently remodeled, the 1930s hacienda holds six bedrooms, seven bathrooms in about 6,200 square feet of interior.
Overlooking Lake Maggiore, the pink stucco home holds 20 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms in more than 15,000 square feet.
The 12-acre compound holds a Spanish hacienda built in 2016, a guesthouse, cabana, swimming pool, spa, horse stall and soccer field.
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  1. First in a series: Big Mama and her neighbors live in a homeless encampment in Los Angeles. Through a special housing initiative they’ll soon have the opportunity to move into apartments.
  2. Big Mama and her friends were promised new apartments, but there were delays. Weeks later, a few residents received new apartments, but Big Mama and Top Shelf were left behind.
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