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News correspondent and TV producer change their lineup with Venice Mediterranean

News correspondent and TV producer change their lineup with Venice Mediterranean
A wall of glass folds back to connect the open-plan living areas to the rear deck. (Redfin.com)

Television news correspondent Lee Cowan and TV producer Molly Palmer have bought a Mediterranean-style villa in Venice for $2,325,500, public records show.

The three-story house, built in 2001, features an open-concept living room, dining room and kitchen that connect to a back deck for indoor/outdoor dining and entertaining.

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Including the first-floor bedroom and bathroom, there are a total of four bedrooms and three bathrooms within the 3,005 square feet of living space. The second level contains the master suite, which has a fireplace and a deep soaking tub, and a large bonus room.

At the top of the house are a sun-drenched third-level room and a rooftop deck that takes in expansive views.

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Cowan, 53, appears on the “CBS Evening News” and also services a substitute anchor on “CBS Sunday Morning.” Palmer’s credits include NBC’s “Today” show.

David Fowler of Re/Max Estates Properties handled the transaction.

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