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Jeff Probst Lists His Beverly Glen Home For $900,000

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Jeff Probst, host of CBS's "Survivor," has just listed his Los Angeles home for $900,000. He may be looking to get this private pad off his hands because he just purchased the estate of Gene Autry for $5 million last month. The home, which is known as "The Lodge of Beverly Glen," is a three-story Craftsmen style house that is nestled into the canyon. Built in 1918, it has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large living room, and a detached office. Outside, the .47 acre property features a spa and three-tier water fall, hiking trails, and a fenced-in yard. We're surprised to see that the host of one of TV's biggest shows owned such a modest, quaint home, but he probably rarely used it -- what with all that globe-trotting he normally does.

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