By Caroline Biggs

Published on August 23, 2016

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Photography by NOURMAND & ASSOCIATES/COLDWELL BANKER THE VIA THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

Per the LA Times, Dodd and her husband Michael want $6.25M for the elaborate, contemporary-style estate they bought in Corona del Mar just two years ago. 

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Photography by NOURMAND & ASSOCIATES/COLDWELL BANKER THE VIA THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

The open living room overlooks the ocean while the lavish dining area boasts a wet bar and a swanky chandelier centerpiece. 

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Photography by NOURMAND & ASSOCIATES/COLDWELL BANKER THE VIA THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

The lavish chef’s kitchen comes with two tiled center islands, a white-and-gold range, and a coordinating herringbone backsplash.

 

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Photography by NOURMAND & ASSOCIATES/COLDWELL BANKER THE VIA THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

There’s a glass-paneled staircase and an elevator connecting the four floors of the home, including the enormous second-floor master suite. 

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The en suite master bathroom is clad in mirror-paneled cabinetry and holds a metal soaking tub, steam shower, and a custom vanity. 

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Photography by NOURMAND & ASSOCIATES/COLDWELL BANKER THE VIA THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

But, of course, the most extravagant room in the decked-out abode is Dodd’s massive walk-in closet, which appropriately comes complete with a sparkling chandelier and private patio with views of the ocean and beach.