The nice people at DuPont Registry just pointed us to their spiffy site, and although they failed to warn us about the terrifying, talking half-woman on the home page, we perked up when we saw that glossy Courtney Cox/David Arquette-owned Lautner estate. Yes, still on the market for $33,500,000. How many offers, Courtney? How many look-sees? Thinking about reducing the price? We’re going to hassle the agent and try and find answers to any of the above questions….unless…some nice reader…knows the answers… · DuPont Registry-Lautner Home [DR] · Lautner Porn [Curbed LA]


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