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Peek Inside Dr. Dre's Longtime LA Manor

Dr. Dre's Los Angeles mansion features a 250-gallon fish tank in the living room and a movie theater room that might be best described as a “red room” (You'll understand what we mean when you see it). Dre bought the property in 1999, around the same time that he was releasing his second studio album, “2001.” At the time, Dre's most profitable business ventures were still ahead of him. He’s since acquired at least one much larger property in the Los Angeles area. However, he held on to this one until 2019, when he put it on the market for roughly $5 million.

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“The Godfather Part II” $5.5 Million Lake Tahoe Mansion

The California mansion that was made famous by “The Godfather Part II” has hit the market for $5.5 million. In the film, the compound served as the setting for a party Michael Corleone threw for his son. Complete with four bedrooms, a pool, a tennis court, towering stone hearth fireplaces and more than 4,000-square-feet, it’s not hard to see why producers chose this location for the movie. Check out the luxurious estate with breathtaking mountain vistas and Lake Tahoe views.

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The Beverly Hillbillies’ Mansion is Worth $150 Million

This Bel-Air mansion set a record for being the most expensive home ever sold in California at a whopping $150 million. Some may recognize this sprawling 25,000-square-foot estate from the 1960s sitcom “The Beverly Hillbillies.” The beautiful chateau sits on 10 acres of land and features a Gatsby-esque ballroom, multiple entertaining areas, a parking garage and a custom wine vault meant to hold 12,000 bottles. Continue on to view photos of the most expensive home ever sold in California.

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