The actress got rid of her luxurious mansion in the midst of her problems with the law and acquired a much cheaper one
Lori Loughlin moved her family into a simpler mansion in Hidden Hills.
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The actress Lori loughlin, who is famous for the series ‘Full House’, It has been in the news in recent weeks for its problems with the law, but also for the great activity it has had in the world of real estate.
Lori and her husband, Mossimo giannulli, They sold their mansion in Bel Air a few weeks ago, for which they intended to receive $ 35 million, but they had to settle for just $ 18.75 million.
Despite not having received the amount they expected for their home, that figure was more than enough for them to buy another home, but now in the area of Hidden Hills.
ADDRESS: 25210 Jim Bridger Road, Hidden Hills, CA 91302YEAR BUILT: 2019SQUARE FEET: 11,748BEDROOMS: 6BATHROOMS: 6…
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Lori and Mossimo, who will spend two and five months in prison, paid $ 9.5 million for their new home, that is, almost half of what they received for their old mansion.
The two-story building, built in 2019, has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, chef-style kitchen, living room, dining room, living room, office, gym, movie theater, temperature-controlled wine cellar, among other rooms .
Outside it has a swimming pool, spa, fireplace and a barbecue area from where you have spectacular views of the hill.
The house, marked 25210 Jim Bridger Rd, has been on the market since the summer of 2019. At that time its owners hoped to be able to sell it in $ 11.75 million, then they lowered their price to $ 10.55 million.
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The new property, which has an extension of 11,748 square feet and has never been inhabited, will help Lori and Mossimo to have a new start, after they were accused of pay $ 500 thousand dollars for their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, were admitted as students of the University of Southern California.
For this crime, the actress will spend two months in prison, will do 100 hours of community service and will pay a $ 150 thousand fine, while her husband will spend five months in jail, will do 250 hours of community service and will have to pay $ 250 thousand dollars in penalty fee.
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