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Show host Leeza Gibbons sells Beverly Hills estate

Television host Leeza Gibbons and her husband, Steven Fenton, have sold a gated estate in Beverly Hills for $6.9 million.

Built in 2007, the two-story Mediterranean features a screening room, a study/office, a gym, six bedrooms, five bathrooms and 6,333 square feet of living space. The nearly half-acre lot includes an outdoor living room, outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool with a spa.

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Gibbons, 56, won a Daytime Emmy this year for hosting “My Generation.” Her new daytime show, “America Now,” starts in September. She is the author of “Take 2.”

The property was purchased in 2010 for $6.6 million and, according to the Multiple Listing Service, had been rented out.

Gregg Silver and Dafna Milstein of Keller Williams’ Beverly Hills office were the listing agents.

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