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Celebrity Real Estate: Heidi Klum, Kyle Richards, Betty Grable

By Laura Vecsey

She’s Out!

Supermodel-turned-powerhouse host Heidi Klum is selling the Brentwood Estates home she bought out of foreclosure in 2010 with her ex-husband, Seal.

The Mediterranean-style villa was done over in Klum style and includes 8 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and more than 12,300 square feet. The 8.5-acre estate is just off Mandeville Canyon in one of L.A.’s most prestigious neighborhoods, hence the list price: $25 million.

The “Project Runway” host bought the place for $14.2 million, but then threw some major cash in to make it her own little piece of heaven.

The spread includes a motor court with a fountain, an infinity-edge pool and spa, a koi pond, a formal rose garden, a rolling lawn for golf putting and driving, a children’s playhouse and slide, ocean views and “secret gardens.”

Inside, the dining room was imported from Paris, where it was a private dining room in a hotel. The previous owner reconstructed it in the home. In the library, there is an ornate wooden bookcase that came from Napoleon’s French country home.

Golfing ‘Housewife’ Kyle Richards Scores Swinging Abode

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards and her husband, luxury real estate agent Mauricio Umansky, recently paid $2.35 million for a La Quinta getaway.

The luxurious vacation home has 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and overlooks the 9th fairway of a golf course, with a mountain view beyond the cascading pool. Most important: The home is studded with 10 TVs, 28 speakers and 6 control pads – plenty of ways to watch episodes of her reality TV show.

This Hollywood Listing’s Got Legs

Betty Grable continues to be a brand name in Tinseltown as one of the big stars of the silver screen in the golden era of moviemaking. Now the star’s former home at 1280 Canyon Rd. in Bel-Air is on the market for $13.295 million.

Grable moved in after the home was built in 1937, the same year she married actor Jackie Coogan. Soon after, the couple appeared in “Million Dollar Legs” and Grable became an American icon, thanks to her pinup popularity during World War II.

After Grable moved out in the late 1940s, the home went on to be owned by a couple of celebrities, including Jaclyn Smith from “Charlie’s Angels” and Stephen Stills, of Crosby, Stills & Nash.

The home is now owned by L.A. entertainment lawyer, Schuyler Moore, according to property records for the 6-bedroom, 7-bathroom home.

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