Jack Flemming covers luxury real estate for the Los Angeles Times. A Midwestern boy at heart, he was raised in St. Louis and studied journalism at the University of Missouri. Before joining The Times as an intern in 2017, he wrote for the Columbia Missourian and Politico Europe.
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Grammy winner Finneas O’Connell just sold his Malibu beach house for $5.66 million, $160,000 more than he was asking.
Wiz Khalifa is shopping around his Encino home of three years for $4.5 million after updating some spaces and adding a basketball court out back.
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For the first time in 60 years, the Bel-Air home built for famed director Ernst Lubitsch has hit the market for $20 million.