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Whitney Cummings asks $2 million for architectural abode in Studio City

After eight years, stand-up comedian and actress Whitney Cummings is ready to leave her perch in Studio City. Her architectural retreat is up for grabs at $2 million — roughly $515,000 more than she paid for it in 2011.

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Whitney Cummings Lands Suburban Estate

Whitney Cummings, standup comedian and co-creator, writer and executive producer of CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls,” has substantially upgraded her residential circumstances in Los Angeles with the $4.3 million purchase of a verdantly landscaped estate in a discreet gated enclave tucked up in the scrubby, bone-dry mountains above the affluent, suburban and relatively unsung San Fernando Valley community of Woodland Hills.

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Singers-actors Idina Menzel and Aaron Lohr buy a house in Encino

Singers and actors Idina Menzel and Aaron Lohr have bought an Encino house for $2.675 million. Michael Collins of Coldwell Banker and Daniel Banchik of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties represented the buyers.

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A Peek Inside the Place Idina Menzel Now Calls Home

The Mediterranean-style mansion Idina Menzel just bought is basically the opposite of Elsa’s ice castle from Frozen. The singer/actress purchased this 4,708-square-foot home with her beau, Aaron Lohr, for a pretty steep $2.575 million. And from the cheerful yellow facade to the warm and inviting interior, the place is a far cry from her animated alter ego’s chilly abode.

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Straight Up: Paula Abdul Lists Sherman Oaks Home for $1.9 Mil

After cleaning house with a designer garage sale, Paula Abdul is prepared to bid adieu to her Sherman Oaks, California home. The 90’s pop star and general all-around entertainer parted ways with her very own clothing, shoes, accessories and other fine trinkets back in December, and now looks to do the same with her estate after listing the two-story Mediterranean-styled property for $1.899 million.

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Stella Stevens’ swinging ’60s pad sells for $1.25 million

Stella Stevens and Bob Kulick have sold their longtime home in Beverly Crest for $1.25 million. Built in 1962, the single-story house retains its original swinging ’60s vibe and was being marketed as a fixer in “as-in” condition. Custom hand-painted murals and stained-glass windows adorn the interiors.

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