The Reagans’ General Electric Showcase Home Sold

Ronald and Nancy Reagan's Pacific Palisades home, built as a General Electric Showcase house in 1956, hit the market in December and is already sold for $5.211 million, $212,000 above the listing price, reports Curbed.

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Ronald and Nancy Reagan's Pacific Palisades home, built as a General Electric Showcase house in 1956, hit the market in December and is already sold for $5.211 million, $212,000 above the listing price, reports <a href="http://la.curbed.com/archives/2013/02/ronald_reagans_general_electric_house_sells_above_asking.php" target="_blank">Curbed</a>.
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The mid-century home is perched above the street on nearly two thirds of an acre and approached via a long private gated drive.
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A pool and patio area open to stunning views.
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A sunny patio offers tree shade and more ocean and city views.
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The voluminous rooms boast interesting, uniquely designed features.
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A den with a wet bar and phenomenal built-in detailing open to the patio and pool.
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A beautiful kitchen is comfortable for cooking and entertaining.
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Pull a bar stool up to the large center island.
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Almost all of the rooms have large windows and doors that let in light and offer views of the beautiful outdoors.
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A view of one of the four bathrooms.
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A sunny outdoor courtyard is the optimum place for relaxing in privacy outdoors.
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A grassy private garden offers a feeling of seclusion.
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