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The Dubrows are ready to make their next big dream come true. They are prepared to build their next dream project. Dr. Terry Dubrow and Heather recently bought an Estate in Beverly Hills for 16.1 million dollars. Last fall, they sold “Chateau Dubrow,” their mega-mansion from Orange County, for 55 million dollars.
Entertainment Tonight has recorded that the 9000-square-foot pad is on 8.2 acres, and Dino De Laurentiis, the late filmmaker, previously owned it. Despite the hefty price of the hilltop property, the “Real Housewives of Orange County” stars reported that they backed the property well below the asking price, which was 37.5 million dollars.
54-year-old Heather told her Instagram followers that “We are so excited to redo this legendary home, and renovation should take 3 years.” Dr. Terry Dubrow told Page Six that the house requires a lot of work. He also added that “It’s going to really test Heather.”
He said that his wife, “a real estate design genius,” is planning to oversee the construction and also predicted that “this is going to be next level.” they have also processed to document the whole thing for their fans.
Heather told Entertainment Tonight that “We tried to buy five or six properties all over Cabo, Newport Beach, Beverly Hills, Palm Springs. And the universe landed us here — at the most iconic Hollywood estate.”
Before De Laurentiis, the owner of this property was millionaire restaurant chain owner Steve Crane. According to Entertainment Tonight, Terry and Heather will be neighbors to Drake and James, as well as John Legend and Chrissy Teigen. Them moving here does not mean that the Dubrows would try to make a crossover to “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” even though it seems like an organic transition. Terry told Page Six, “I mean, [Heather] knows a lot of the Beverly Hills ‘Housewives,’ She’s very good friends with Garcelle [Beauvais] and Kyle [Richards]. But our roots are in Orange County. My practice is in Orange County.” he also said that they have been living a double life for a while, they own a penthouse designed by Roberto Cavalli in Los Angeles’ Century City.
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