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The Police’s Stewart Copeland Scores Montecito Bungalow

While COVID-19 raced across the country last year, an international parade of people with the means to acquire an idyllic retreat in the aristocratic seaside community of Montecito, Calif., swarmed the famously costly and, oxymoronically, low-key community and scooped up multimillion-dollar getaways where they could stretch out while they quarantined in relative isolation. Ariana Grande picked up a funky-luxe Tudor home for $6.9 million — the sellers were Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, Megan and Harry dropped $14.7 million on a secluded estate, Zappos founder Nick Swinmurn ponied up $8.6 million for a nearly two-acre spread and, having sold his Cape Dutch-style compound for a spine-straightening $49 million to Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, Dennis Miller downsized to a $16.3 million dollar estate.
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