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Hot Property: Ski champ ready to take a powder

LOS ANGELES - Decorated alpine skier Lindsey Vonn, who has her sights on more Olympic gold at the upcoming Winter Games, has put her home in L.A. on the market for $3.795 million.

The sexy two-story is in Beverly Grove, a desirable neighborhood that abuts Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, and was completed last year. Vonn paid $3.55 million for it.

A dramatic glass-enclosed entry and floating staircase set the tone for the contemporary-style home. The main floor is devoted to open-plan space and includes a living room with

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