Magazine article Variety

Dennis Miller Dumps Montecito Estate

Magazine article Variety

Dennis Miller Dumps Montecito Estate

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It was a long, nearly five-year slog, but "Saturday Night Live" alum, radio personality and conservative-minded political commentator Dennis Miller has finally unloaded an elegant estate in the low-key but terrifically swanky Glen Oaks enclave in fancy-pants Montecito, Calif., for $11.5 million.

The acerbic Emmy winner and his former model wife, Carolyn 'AH' Espley, purchased the 3.76-acre property in 1993 for an unknown amount and, as best as we can figure, first put the renovated, restored and painstakingly maintained spread out for sale in mid-2010 with an in-hindsight rose-tinted $17.5 million asking price. After a handful of price cuts, the property was last listed at $11.9 million.

The sprawling homestead, which has three gated entrances, vast lawns and extensive gardens, centers on a comfortable but sumptuously appointed, 9,000-plus-square foot mansion originally designed by Gilded Age architect Stanford White, and built in 1895. Digital marketing materials show there are eight bedrooms and nine full and three half bathrooms in the main house plus another three bedrooms and two baths in a second guest/staff residence that was built in 1917. …

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