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Doris Day’s Carmel Home Is Beautiful, Yellow & Sold!

Many still remember the late Doris Day for her Christmas albums and shows when she sang all the holiday favorites and the whole family huddled in front of the television with a roaring fire in the fireplace.  Though she might have been singing about Christmas with snow falling and people enjoying the store window decorations in the city, she was living in California’s endless sunshine with her beloved dogs and cats in Carmel.  Her cheerful yellow house in one of the state’s most charming towns was listed at $7.4 million, but with a price reduction, it has recently sold for $5.7 million – a little over two years after her death.  As she wished, all proceeds will go to the Doris Day Animal Foundation.

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