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What It Sold For: Donald Sterling Buys Beloved Beverly Hills Christmas House For $18.4 Million


Donald and Shelly Sterling, who are allegedly divorcing citing irreconcilable differences, have bought a home together in Beverly Hills for $18.382 million.

The 1.59 acres, Tudor-style house built in 1952, is an addition to the couple’s collection of over 100 houses in the greater Los Angeles area, reports the LA Times.

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Screen-shot-2015-09-18-at-10.04.11-AM Donald Sterling Buys Beloved Beverly Hills Christmas House For $18.4 Million


Former Los Angeles Clippers bought the house from Tom Whalley, the former chairman and chief executive of Warner Bros. Records, LA Times says. Dustin Nicholas of Nicholas Property Group represented the Sterlings.

The house have two patios, a swimming pool, a guest/pool house and a wide motor court make up the gated grounds.

About 7, 000 square feet of open living space has a den, a library/study, three fireplaces and a wet bar. There are five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Whalley bought the house in 2001 for $5, 150, 050, according to public records, says the report.








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