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In Miami Beach, Grammy-winning DJ is asking $2.8 million for his waterfront pad complete with a private dock and recording studio.
The longtime home of Disney animator Art Babbitt and late actress Barbara Perry has come up for lease in the Hollywood Hills at $6,500 a month.
In Valley Village, 5 Seconds of Summer guitarist Michael Clifford has picked up an entertainer’s abode with two homes and a pool for $2.025 million.
Take a look at what roughly $625,000 buys right now in the cities of Rancho Santa Margarita, Santa Ana and Mission Viejo.
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The waterfront villa enjoys a recording studio, billiards room and an entertainer’s yard with a pool, tiki lounge and private dock.
The Spanish-style home, built in the 1920s and recently restored, features three bedrooms, a beamed-ceiling great room and a yoga room.
The small compound holds a main house, guesthouse and deck with fountains, fire pits, a sunken conversation pit and swimming pool.
The three-acre compound includes a Mediterranean mansion, a guesthouse with a recording studio and an entertainer’s backyard with a pool and cabana.
The two-story home has a coastal setting with a front-facing patio and a wraparound balcony off the master suite.
Spanning five coastal acres, the estate holds a plantation-style home, covered lanai, detached gym and swimming pool overlooking the ocean.
Built in 1955, the charming Midcentury boasts a dazzling design palette of redwood, walnut and bronze.
Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bündchen are seeking $33.9 million for their roughly five-acre estate in Massachusetts. Also: The longtime West Hollywood condo of Diahann Carroll has come up for sale, and a Disney actress lets go of her longtime L.A. home.
Actress Diana Maria Riva finds peace and serenity in the backyard of her Burbank home.
A modern La Jolla mansion features curved walls of glass and ocean views. Asking price: $12.795 million.
5501 E. Seaside Walk, Long Beach, CA 90803
Built in 1927, the two-story home stays in touch with its roots via wood beams, arched doorways and hardwood floors.
  1. The Bullitt Mustang has sold for $3.4 million — $3.74 million including buyers fees — at a Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, Fla.
  2. General Motors plans to debut an electric Hummer pickup under its GMC division around 2022, a source said.
  3. Amway is being accused in a lawsuit of ripping off the people who peddle its products by failing to pay them minimum wage.
  4. David Drummond, Alphabet’s chief legal officer, retires as the company tries to distance itself from accusations of tolerating executive misconduct.
  5. Spirit AeroSystems’ layoff of 2,800 workers suggests it will be some time before Boeing resumes production of the troubled 737 Max.
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  1. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration said the Orange County city of Huntington Beach will allow for more affordable housing if it adopts a proposed plan.
  2. Facing a tight deadline, state Sen. Scott Wiener says he thinks he has the support to advance his bill to increase housing density near transit stops.
  3. The proposed shelter on Riverside Drive, part of L.A.'s “bridge housing” program, would have roughly 100 beds. Opponents say city officials skirted rules in approving the $6.6-million project.
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