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Celebrities, once banned in Bel-Air, now find homes are under threat from fire

Bel-Air was originally envisioned as a “Community of Gentlemen’s Estates” by oil tycoon and real estate magnate Alphonzo Edward Bell, who forbade celebrities to buy property in his exclusive neighborhood. But a wave of new money generated by a booming movie industry opened the gates for Hollywood...
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