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Tug the Ear and Off to Santa Fe

April 28, 1996|RUTH RYON | TIMES STAFF WRITER

The Holmby Hills home was bought by a local businessman who plans to refurbish it and live there with his family, sources say. The 7,500-square-foot English Country-style house was built in the 1920s by Broadway and Bullock's department store founder Arthur Letts for his sister. Letts had built himself a nearby house, now the Playboy Mansion. Hazen had owned her house, on 2.3 acres along a fairway of the Los Angeles Country Club, for 30 years.

Raymond Bekeris of John Bruce Nelson & Associates represented the buyer; Bruce Nelson, of the same firm, and Beth Styne, of the Prudential-Douglas Co. in Beverly Hills, represented the seller.

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CHRISTOPHER LAMBERT, who starred in "Mortal Kombat" (1995) and plans to make its sequel this summer, has purchased a Beverly Hills home with a tennis court for close to its $2.6-million asking price, sources say. Lambert, 39, had been leasing a house next door.

The house he bought has four bedrooms, maid's quarters and a guest house in 6,000 square feet. The gated Mediterranean-style home was built in 1988.

Paul Czako of Hilton & Hyland, everly Hills, represented Lambert, and Valerie Fitzgerald of the Prudential-Rodeo-Douglas Co. had the listing, sources say.

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