We're not sure if the Hollywood glamour gal caught a classic case of the Celebrity Real Estate Fickle or what the sitch is, exactly, but Carmen Electra has, less than a year after she bought it off-market for $2,685 million, flipped her 5,255-square-foot house in the Hollywood Hills back on the open market with an only slightly higher $2,699 million asking price.
Current online marketing materials show the undecorated and barely furnished, three-bedroom and three full and two half bathroom Mediterranean residence. Near the top of Nichols Canyon, it was originally built in 1986 and, like many houses in the Hollywood Hills, sits on a narrow street behind a walled and gated courtyard. The roomy, upper level master has a fireplace, a vaulted exposed beam ceiling and French doors to a private balcony and incorporates a spacious if stylishly ho-hum bathroom.
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|Title Annotation:||DIRT: A COMPENDIUM OF THE REAL ESTALKER DISH, STATS AND SPACES; Carmen Electra flipped her Mediterranean residence|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Mar 31, 2015|
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