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Party like Cam Newton in this Beverly Hills mansion

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The Beverly estate home, which NFL star Cam Newton is accused of damaging last year, is for sale at $18.25 million.

There’s plenty of room to party in this sleek spread in Beverly Hills. Just ask Cam Newton, who leased the house last year.

According to a report by TMZ, the Carolina Panthers quarterback rented the home for two months and caused over $100,000 in damage during his stay. As a result, Jared Pobre, the owner and husband of former professional wrestler Stacy Keibler, sued Newton for $270,000, including $180,000 in lost rent while repairs were being made.

Now, the modern five-bedroom house has come up for sale at $18.25 million.

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Designed by Los Angeles-based architect James Schmidt, the gated one-story home sits on half an acre in the Trousdale area.

Floor-to-ceiling windows across the living spaces provide views of the city, and the interior flows outside via pivoting walls of glass. Out back sits a small yard and terraces surrounding an infinity pool.

Flourishes such as Calcutta marble walls and white terrazzo floors give the home its modern aesthetic, while a dual-sided see-through fireplace connects the living room to the dining area.

French oak floors cover the bedrooms, and the large master suite features a walk-in closet, fireplace and dual bathrooms with heated marble floors.

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The LLC associated with Pobre bought the home for $11.1 million in 2012, records show.

Steven Schaefer and Jay Luchs of Newmark Residential hold the listing.

jack.flemming@latimes.com

Twitter: @jflem94


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