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Celeb Round Up: Coulda Been An Architect

Oscar De La Hoya has sold his Big Bear Lake property for about $2.1 million to martial arts star Tito Ortiz. Also, fascinating tidbit: "De La Hoya has long expressed a desire to become an architect but has been busy with boxing" according to the Times. Showing off his design skills, the boxer converted his four-car garage in Big Bear into a gym with a steam room. Big Times Listings digs up the web site for the home.
· Boxer exits the ring in Big Bear [LA Times]

Doogie Howser bought a three-bedroom home in Longridge Estates in Sherman Oaks for about $1.5-million and put his Studio City home on the market for about $1.3 million. The one-story, 1950 house he purchased has a pool, spa, and lookout deck.
· His latest: How I met my mover [LA Times]

Looking for a summer rental? Got about a $100,000 a month price range? Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have a lovely Malibu home they are looking to rent out--it's a pretty Balinese-inspired 4,195 square foot home that's $95,000 a month.
· Live Like Goldie Hawn in Malibu [Real Estalker]

Lucy Lawless has listed her five-bedroom Studio City home for $3.695 million. As for Lucy's taste...interesting. The home has plenty of 70s stone work, while the living room has a deer antler chandelier and there's some sort a "golden monkey creature" crawling on the wall, according to Real Estalker.
· Lucy "Xena" Lawless in Studio City [Real Estalker]