Tori Spelling Welcomes Baby and Says Goodbye to Beach Pad

Mama of four, Tori Spelling and her hubby Dean McDermott just sold their Malibu crib for $2.3 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. Get an inside look into the family's former Malibu abode, which was originally on the market for $2.7 million.

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LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 13: Tori Spelling book-signing at Borders Town Square on August 13, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Marcel Thomas/FilmMagic) *** Local Caption *** Tori Spelling
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<a href="http://articles.latimes.com/2012/sep/18/business/la-fi-hotprop-tori-spelling-20120918" target="_blank">Mama of four, Tori Spelling and her hubby Dean McDermott just sold their Malibu crib for $2.3 million, reports the Los Angeles Times</a>. Get an inside look into the family's former Malibu abode, which was originally on the market for $2.7 million.
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In 2011, the celeb couple unloaded their six bedroom Encino, California house in favor of buying this smaller Point Dume pad. In retrospect, Spelling and McDermott should've kept the Encino property since it spanned 6,700 square feet, while this Malibu abode is much smaller coming in at 2,300 square feet.
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The house features bamboo floors and custom sliders and windows throughout. According to <a href="http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304356604577337782928579536.html?mod=WSJ_GoogleNews" target="_blank">The Wall Street Journal</a>, Spelling and McDermott spent about $100,000 upgrading the digs.
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The dining room flows right into the home's living room. If the couple were to stay at the home, they could easily hire a full-time, live-in nanny (we're guessing they already have one… or two… or three) since the property includes a one-bedroom mobile home.
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While the Malibu home is certainly much smaller and less glam than the couple's former house, it sure has a prime location right near Point Dume in the heart of Malibu.
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A view of the study and the impressive wall of built-in bookshelves. Tori has written four books herself including "sTORI Telling" and "Mommywood," which we guess she had proudly displayed on her home's bookshelves.
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Some of the improvements the couple completed during their shore tenure here included adding an organic garden, a chicken coop, new kitchen appliances, and 100-year old French oak wood floors. According to The Wall Street Journal, the duo indeed moved in with the intention of staying, but baby number four (baby Finn arrived August 2012) put a quick change to those long term plans.
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A view of the kitchen, which the couple spent time renovating and upgrading with new kitchen appliances.
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A view of the dining room in the beachside crib. In September 2011, the couple shelled out $2.4 million for this house likely thinking they would stay awhile. Oops.
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The home, which features three bedrooms, already comes with kid-friendly decor. Their next house will undoubtedly host much more than three bedrooms and will probably resemble their old Encino pad.
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A view of one of the 2.5 bathrooms in the home.
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While the Malibu home is certainly much smaller and less glam than the couple's former house, it sure has a prime location right near Point Dume in the heart of Malibu.
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A view of one of the three bedrooms in the celeb couple's spread.
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A sweeping view of the master suite that boasts a step-down lounge area, sandstone floors, mahogany cabinets and a quaint office.
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The property totals about 1.8 acres and includes spacious outdoor entertainment spaces.
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A view of the sweet outdoor fireplace and lounge area that's wired for sound and includes custom lighting. There's even an organic garden, which Spelling reportedly renovated, on the coastal property.
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The property boasts access to a private, gated beach.
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The fam will have to bid goodbye to the sweet play structure and spacious lawn.
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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/la-fi-hotprop-tori-spelling-20111215,0,3190637.story" target="_blank">In 2011, the couple sold their Encino, CA mansion for $2.5 million, reported the L.A. Times</a>. The ritzy, yet kid-friendly Tuscan villa features six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and a magnificent landscaped backyard that even includes an organic garden and a small vineyard.
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Tori Spelling, daughter of the late TV producer Aaron Spelling, reportedly purchased this gated and walled Encino, CA estate in 2008 for $2.495 million.
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The grand double-height foyer boasts an elegant sweeping staircase.
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The home measures 6,718 square feet and the living room includes one of the four fireplaces in the spread.
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A view of the oversized family room.
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Tori and her husband Dean McDermott were married in 2006. The couple have starred in reality shows including, "Tori & Dean: Inn Love" and "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood."
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A view of the gourmet kitchen that features parquet wood floors.
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A view of the dining room.
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The elongated master suite boasts a fireplace, sitting area, and a spacious private balcony.
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Another look at the expansive master suite, which is one of six bedrooms in the mansion.
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A view of the luxurious master bathroom that has a spa tub, dual vanities, and a large custom built walk-in closet.
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A view of one of the children's rooms. The pink walls suggest that this is where the couple's daughter must have slept.
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This child's room features a playful starfish-motif turquoise wallpaper. Double doors open to a private balcony.
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What kid wouldn't love a playroom full of toys and an appropriately sized chalkboard wall?
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A view of the lush outdoor garden that includes a pool and spa, as well as a jungle gym for the tots.
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The gorgeous landscaped grounds also features an outdoor living room, organic garden, and small vineyard.
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