Supermodel Janice Dickinson lists Beverly Hills home for $2M

Reality TV star is selling her three-bedroom pad in Benedict Canyon

Mar.March 29, 2016 10:30 AM

Supermodel-cum-reality television staple Janice Dickinson is selling her Beverly Hills home, asking for just under $2 million for the three-bedroom abode. The listing hit the market just days before she revealed her breast cancer diagnosis.

The 2,702-square-foot property in Benedict Canyon’s Beverly Hills Post Office area is technically owned by Dickinson’s fiancé, psychiatrist Dr. Robert “Rocky” Gerner, who bought it for $1.43 million in 2012. Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing the property, which is listed for $738 a square foot.

The listing describes the bright red residence as an “eclectic canyon retreat” with “hand crafted antique wooden doors, wrought iron chandeliers, french doors [and a] custom buddha fountain.”

The split-level, three-bedroom home sits on just over a quarter acre of land. Built in 1948, the residence also a two-car carport, koi pond, fire pit and a marble master bathroom. [Variety]Cathaleen Chen

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