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Cheryl Tiegs puts her LA home on the market — here’s how much she’s asking

Ann Schmidt

Cheryl Tiegs has put her Los Angeles estate on the market yet again.

The former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model -- who turned 72 on Wednesday -- has reportedly put the Bel Air home on the market at least three times in the last six years, according to Variety.

In 2013, the 1.43-acre property was listed for $12 million, and in 2015, she listed it at $15 million. The house did not sell either time.

However, Tiegs tried again last week, listing the mansion at $18.5 million with Jade Mills and Tiffany Mills of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury.

The 4,770-square-foot house was originally built in 1951, according to the listing. It has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

The one-story house also has a three-car garage and a gourmet kitchen.

Other amenities include a pool, a garden, and a gated entry, according to the listing. The property also has fountains and pathways throughout and a “panoramic” view of Los Angeles.

Jade Mills told Mansion Global the property is almost hidden at the end of a cul-de-sac.

“Many people didn’t even know the house was there,” Mills said.

She added that the house has been a place where Tiegs feels “total peace.”

Tiegs purchased the property in 1996 for about $2.5 million, Variety reported.


She had it fully renovated by designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, according to the outlet. Bullard’s designs were inspired by the Balinese style.

The architecture and design style uses local materials for construction and design, according to The Luxury Signature.

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