24 Years of Hot Property: The Ruth Ryon era

<b>The house-lover</b><br>
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Diane Keaton's name has appeared often in Hot Property over the years. In April 2002, Ruth Ryon wrote, "Keaton loves Spanish-style houses built in the '20s and is known for restoring them in fine taste."  In March 2003, Ryon explained further: "Diane Keaton likes to look at houses even when she is not in the market to buy.  The Oscar-winning actress grew up in Santa Ana during the housing boom of the '50s, going to open houses with her father, Jack Hall, a civil engineer who became a real estate broker."
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The house-lover

Diane Keaton's name has appeared often in Hot Property over the years. In April 2002, Ruth Ryon wrote, "Keaton loves Spanish-style houses built in the '20s and is known for restoring them in fine taste." In March 2003, Ryon explained further: "Diane Keaton likes to look at houses even when she is not in the market to buy. The Oscar-winning actress grew up in Santa Ana during the housing boom of the '50s, going to open houses with her father, Jack Hall, a civil engineer who became a real estate broker."

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