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Anna Nicole Smith’s Infamous Reality Show Home Sold For $1.3 Million — Take A Peek Inside!

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It was the scene of one of the most notorious shows in reality TV history.

Now the house where Anna Nicole Smith filmed The Anna Nicole Show has been sold, and RadarOnline.com can take you on a tour, courtesy of our friends at Redfin.com.

Howard K. Stern – who was dating the former Playboy Playmate before she died in 2007 – sold the Mediterranean-style house  for just over $1.3 million – a disappointing $440,000 less than the asking price.

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The decor of the 4,700 square foot property still reflects the taste of its late owner   —  including a pink child’s bedroom and an Andy Warhol-style portrait of Anna Nicole.

The two-story home boasts hardwood and marble flooring, an iron staircase railing and fantastic views of Studio City, the Los Angeles neighborhood where it’s based.

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According to Redfin.com it also includes five en suite bathrooms, a swimming pool, a home gym and a master bedroom with a walk-in closet.

Anna Nicole bought the home for $1,335,000 in 2005, two years before she died of an accidental drug overdose at the age of 39. It was originally passed on to her daughter Dannielynn Birkhead, who is now six years old.

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However, in April 2011, Stern, who was the executor of Anna Nicole’s estate, got permission to transfer the home’s title to his name. Three months later he placed it on the market for an asking price of $1.75 million.

Stern said in court papers that the sale of the home was “to the advantage of the estate and in the best interest of the interested persons.”

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His lawyer Richard Petty told NBC  Los Angeles  that proceeds from the sale would go to Dannielynn once real estate commissions and tax liens had been deducted.

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