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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: Derek Lowe, Britney Spears, Julianna Margulies, More

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    Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: Derek Lowe, Britney Spears, Julianna Margulies, More

    Dodgers pitcher Derek Lowe has listed his Mediterranean-style Manhattan Beach home for $5.7 million. More via the listing: "Prime Walkstreet Location- Stunning Mediterranean Style home filled with top of the line amenities. Easy stroll to sand, strand, ocean and downtown Manhattan Beach." The listing is here. [Real Estalker]

    Britney Spears has listed her 6-bedroom, 6.5 bathroom home on Summit Circle in Beverly Hills for $7.9 million. More via the home, which is located in the gated community The Summit, and which Spears purchased in January 2007. "Exquisite gated Italian Renaissance Villa w/approx 7,500 sq ft of luxury, 6 BD, 6 ½ BA, wet bar, library, den, chic dining rm, & grand foyer." [Real Estalker]

    Actress Julianna Margulies has listed her 1927 Santa Monica home for $4.5 million. The home is currently being rented out to actress Kyra Sedgwick. The listing is here. [LA Times]

    Actress Vivica A. Fox paid $825,500 for four-bedroom house with a pool, spa and a gazebo in Granada Hills and has now listed the home for $1.45M[Big Time Listings]

    Former Stone Temple Pilot singer/current Velvet Revolver singer Scott Weiland and girlfriend Mary Forsberg have listed their Sherman Oaks home for $2.25 million. [Real Estalker]

    The Hills' star Audrina Patridge has purchased a Hollywood Hills' home for $1.29 million. More via the listing: "This new construction Spanish Villa has a spectacular view over looking the city! It has 3 bedrooms & two and a half baths, & a huge gourmet chef's kitchen." This is the same Hills star who looked at a unit in the Little Tokyo Lofts. [Real Estalker]

    HACKED! Big Time Listings, one of the big real estate gossip blogs, was brutally hacked. What BTL blogger Scott Berg wrote in response to the attack: "We are on our way back. Our site was hacked into much worse than I first thought. Someone was trying to use us to promote various pharmaceutical products. They destroyed our database but we have been able to salvage the old posts and will have those up shortly. I am sad to say that all of your comments and insights have been lost..." [Big Time Listings]

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