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Vince Vaughn Purchased Lane Kiffin’s Former Manhattan Beach Mansion For a Cool $6.5 Million

Lane Kiffin recently raked in a cool million dollars by flipping his mansion in Manhattan Beach, and now we know who purchased the fantastic house.  According to the LA Times, it was none other than Vince Vaughn.    Kiffin purchased the place back in 2012 for $5.5 million and just recently unloaded the incredible pad to Vince for $6.5 million. I am assuming that you can buy a decent house in Alabama for $6.5 million.

Here is a little info on the spot thanks to MB Confidential:

Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, on a gated estate sized 19,246 s.f. this 6 bedroom, 7 bath home is reminiscent of the estates you see around Jackson Hole in its seclusion and grandeur and is certainly one of the most unique properties in Manhattan Beach. Built by Nick Schaar in 2002, this home has been lovingly updated and has a world class backyard that features a large salt water pool and spa, fire pit, guest house, outdoor kitchen, large gated dog run and grounds with mature landscaping. You are greeted at the doorway by soaring ceilings that continue through an enormous living room that is highlighted by a magnificent stone fireplace that climbs 20′ plus to the vaulted ceiling. Great country kitchen with state of the art commercial grade appliances, large center island with slab cutting board counter and spacious breakfast nook overlooking the yard. Perhaps the largest family room in Manhattan Beach becomes the perfect space for family entertainment. Huge Master Suite features large bedroom with sitting area, spacious master closet, gracious master bath with steam shower and secondary walk in closet currently functions as additional laundry area and was previously a spa room. Spacious three car garage that opens to an enormous gated driveway