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Playboy model Carmen Electra loses money on Hollywood Hills West villa

Model-actress-television personality Carmen Electra sells her house in Hollywood Hills West for $2.35 million.

Model-actress-television personality Carmen Electra sells her house in Hollywood Hills West for $2.35 million.

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As tempting as it is to say this Playboy model lost her shirt, that could be overstating the case. But model-turned-actress-and-television-personality Carmen Electra has sold her house in Hollywood Hills West for $2.35 million – some $335,000 less than she spent for it last year.

The gated Mediterranean villa, built in 1986, has an Old World charm with a rotunda entry, arched windows and a courtyard. The ambiance continues inside the 5,255-square-foot home, which has beamed ceilings, interior archways, wrought-iron railings and paver or wood floors. Generous windows take in mountain and canyon views.

Multiple levels of interior space include living, family, dining and breakfast rooms, a media/screening room, a billiard room and a gym. Including the master bedroom, which has vaulted ceilings and a sitting area, there are three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two powder rooms.

Outdoors is a swimming pool and patio.

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Electra, 43, has appeared in films such as “Lap Dance” (2014), “Meet the Spartans” (2008) and “Starsky & Hutch” (2004). Electra will be in the upcoming movies “Book of Fire” and “Party Pieces.”

She bought the property a year ago for $2.685 million.

Andrew Clark of Sotheby’s International Realty was the listing agent. Adrienne Martz, David Parnes and James Harris of The Agency represented the buyer.

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