By Caroline Biggs

Published on December 6, 2016

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Exterior

Per the Los Angles Times, the model-actress—and fiancé Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers—paid $5.25M for the palatial place.

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Foyer

Built in 1976, the traditional-style estate has a slew of previous celebrity owners including musician Kenny G, tennis player Pete Sampras, and actress Kate Jackson of Charlie’s Angels fame.

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Interior

The recently remodeled manse features vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, hardwood floors, and French doorways.

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Dining Room

In addition to a light-filled formal dining room, the five-bedroom abode offers six bathrooms, an office/studio, and over 5,500 square-feet of living space.

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Great Room

The wood-paneled great room comes complete with a stone fireplace, wet bar, and picture windows, while the master bedroom boasts his-and-her bathrooms and closets.

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Wet Bar

Outside, you’ll find a Sampras-designed tennis court, swimming pool, guest house, and actor Vin Diesel as a next-door neighbor. No wonder the pedigreed pad is where the soon-to-be-married pair plans to spend the offseason.

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Kitchen

The marble-clad chef’s kitchen includes sleek glass-fronted cabinetry and a swanky center island that doubles as a breakfast nook