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HOUSE OF THE DAY: The Glamorous 'True Blood' Mansion In Malibu Is Now A Bargain $54 Million

The Malibu estate that served as Queen Sophie's mansion on HBO's "True Blood" hit the market in December 2010 for an insane $75 million, making it one of the most expensive properties for sale in California. But the home, which has also been featured in Hollywood hits Funny People and I Love You Man still hasn't sold. Now the owners have chopped the price to $54 million, according to Curbed.
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