24 Years of Hot Property: The Ruth Ryon era

<b>A jaw-dropper in Malibu</b><br>
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Even by Malibu standards, this item stood out. On Feb. 11, 2007, Ruth Ryon wrote, "Just when we were starting to get accustomed to hearing about homes priced in the $20-million range, actors Courteney Cox Arquette and David Arquette put their Malibu home on the market at a staggering $33.5 million. … And it is an architectural trophy. Known as the Segel residence, it was designed in 1979 by renowned architect John Lautner. Ryon would later report the buyers: Dodger owners Frank and Jamie McCourt, who paid "close to the asking price."
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( Michael McCreary )

A jaw-dropper in Malibu

Even by Malibu standards, this item stood out. On Feb. 11, 2007, Ruth Ryon wrote, "Just when we were starting to get accustomed to hearing about homes priced in the $20-million range, actors Courteney Cox Arquette and David Arquette put their Malibu home on the market at a staggering $33.5 million. … And it is an architectural trophy. Known as the Segel residence, it was designed in 1979 by renowned architect John Lautner. Ryon would later report the buyers: Dodger owners Frank and Jamie McCourt, who paid "close to the asking price."

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