Beverly Crest home once owned by Kenny G and Pete Sampras fetches $5.25 million

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A Beverly Crest-area home with a cast of characters in its history has sold for $5.25 million.

Property records for the one-plus-acre estate read like a who’s who of stars. “Man of Steel” and “Batman” producer Jon Peters bought the home more than a decade ago from tennis great Pete Sampras. Sampras,...


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