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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Ricki Lake selling home bought from Arquette

Ricki Lake

Ricki Lake is hoping to make millions of dollars in profit from a home Courteney Cox and David Arquette sold to her.

The TV talk show host is hoping to make a profit of $2.25 million from her pad which she bought in 2002.

She purchased the place from Courteney Cox and David Arquette for $6.5million, the latter who she competed against on Season 13’s Dancing With the Stars.

The home is situated in Brentwood, California, an area which many celebrities reside in.

Attractive features of the calm mansion, built in 1949, includes six bedrooms plus five –and-a-half bathrooms.

Apparently French doors at the 5,226 square feet house open to an outside area decorated in Moroccan-style furnishings.

“The patio leads to a covered outdoor kitchen and dining area, which looks out onto a lush garden with twinkling lights and lanterns,” reports

The Ricki Lake Show was cancelled earlier this year which may be why the star is selling up.

She won a Daytime Emmy award for Outstanding Talk Show Host, however it got poor ratings in its first season from 2012 to 2013.

Before Ricki’s purchase, actors Courteney and David snapped up the place for $2,055,000.

They shared the home for six years from 1996 before passing it on to Ricki and her husband, Rob Sussman.

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