Meteorologist Dallas Raines flips Pasadena home for $3.3M

Property hit the market just last month

Apr.April 05, 2017 12:30 PM

Meteorologist Dallas Raines has flipped his Pasadena home for above ask, a positive signal for the real estate forecast.

The T.V. weather guru listed the property on Edgehill Place just last month and quickly sold it for $3.3 million, or $5,000 over the asking price.

The gated two-story home has views over the Rose Bowl and was built and designed in 2007 by Steve Jennings, the Los Angeles Times reported. The 4,669-square-foot property has three bedrooms, four bathrooms and an outdoor custom putting green.

Raines purchased the property in 2007, according to listing details.

The buyer appears to be an entity associated with Yang Lei of Hi Scene Industrial Ltd., according to property records.

Mike Kobeissi of Kobeissi Properties was the listing agent. Ying Jiang of Highland Real Estate represented the buyer. [LAT]Subrina Hudson

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