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Tyra Banks flips Pacific Palisades town home back on the market

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Tyra Banks has listed a Pacific Palisades town home for $1.499 million.
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Tyra Banks is looking to continue her streak in Pacific Palisades, the Westside neighborhood where the model and television personality has been picking up properties like hotcakes.

After snapping up a Mediterranean-style town home for $1.355 million last year, Banks has put the residence up for sale at $1.499 million, records show.

The remodeled two-story boasts bright living spaces accented by white walls and dark hardwood floors. The approximately 1,800-square-foot floor plan includes a dining area adjoined to a center-island kitchen. A living room with a fireplace opens up to a patio.


Two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms complete the interior. A private balcony hangs off the master suite, which comes equipped with vaulted ceilings and a spa tub.

James Respondek and Heidi Lake of Sotheby’s International Realty hold the listing.

Earlier this year, Banks grabbed a modern estate on the Westside for $6.995 million. Her other homes in the area include an ocean-view contemporary that she bought in 2016 and a turnkey property she picked up in 2014.

Banks, 44, gained fame after being a cover model for Sports Illustrated and working for Victoria’s Secret. Since then, the California native has gone on to produce “America’s Next Top Model” and “The Tyra Banks Show.”


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