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Arnold Schwarzenegger & Maria Shriver’s Longtime California Home!

Previously the home of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and his then-wife, Maria Shriver, this home is now being sold by its current owners, attorney-and author Maxwell Kennedy, who is the son of Robert and Ethel Kennedy, and his wife, Vicki Strauss Kennedy. It is priced at $11 million.

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