Million-Dollar Listing

A Bravo TV celeb sells a La Jolla stunner


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Bravo TV fans know Mauricio Umansky as Kyle Richards’ swoon-worthy husband from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But his “day job” is at The Agency, where he serves as CEO, selling primo real estate to SoCal’s elite. And now he’s taken on a listing in La Jolla.

Umansky was in town on Wednesday speaking with media members and local brokers about the ultra luxe property, which he has partnered with Joy Bender of Prudential Real Estate on. The five-bedroom house in the Muirlands area of LJ boasts stunning ocean views and is constructed in a feng shui, figure-eight design. (Check out the photo gallery below.)

And if you have $3.5 million to spare, it can be yours. But, just to be clear, the house is on the market—hunky Mauricio is not!

For more info, visit theagencyre.com.

P.S. We’re excited about the rumblings of a potential Real Housewives of San Diego. Rumor has it they are currently casting. Who do you think should make the cut? Let’s discuss.

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