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Hagman Selling Eco-Friendly House That Oil Built

11/22/2009 5:40 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

The upside to buying "Dallas" star Larry Hagman's home: If you want it, you only have to pay $13 a year for the electric bill. Downside: The rest of the house costs a whopping $11 mil.

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Hagman, who struck it big by playing an oil magnate on TV, just put his solar powered, 9 bedroom, 14.5 bathroom, 18,000 square foot estate in Ojai, California on the market -- and the palatial pad would make J.R. Ewing proud.

For some reason, Larry and his wife are looking to downsize.

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that.is.all    

I'd like to make an offer Larry:

5 hundred down
5 hundred a month
until you pass on to heaven

deal?

call me, Harvey has my phone number.

1708 days ago
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Hugh Jass    

The secret is that there is a NOAA Weather RADAR unit nearby, on adjacent Sulphur Mountain. Larry doesn't like its electromagnetic radiation, even has special curtains and wears special PJ's to resist the microwaves. He wants out.

1707 days ago
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PolarBear    

I predict Barbara Eden buys the property for nothing but a wiggle of her nose while her arms are crossed. Kazaam! Wow, check out the Egyptian decor!

1707 days ago
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republican mensa    

When your old its hard to get around...that is reason for downsize. Kooky heard you look like a a**roid and simone has a lot from sitting on her fat a** all day

1707 days ago
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that.is.all    

Who needs all those windows?

1707 days ago
6.

SP    

And these people knwo how the average American lives? Why can't Al Gore buy it to save the palnet & get rid of his energy using mansion?

1707 days ago
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susan    

I'd like to suggest he uses some of that 11 mill to get his sunny yellow teeth whitened and a little snip-snip to those caterpillars that have overtaken his forehead!

However, kudos to living green if you got the dough to build it.

1707 days ago
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Cali MJ Fan    

Wonder if he has to subsidize his visits to a certain gentlemen's club in the city of the same name as his hit show. At least Larry has taste, after it was named the #1 club there, Newt Gingrich gave the club an award--right before he took it away.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/02/newt-gingrich-still-resci_n_308124.html

1707 days ago
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Cali MJ Fan    

Wonder if Larry has to subsidize his visits to a certain genetlemen's club in the city of the same name as his hit show. At least he has taste: the club was named #1 in the city as well as receiving an award from Newt Gingrich, who then retracted the award.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/02/newt-gingrich-still-resci_n_308124.html

1707 days ago
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Sue0815    

#9 is correct. He is selling because his wife is ill (Alzheimers). They are moving to Beverly Hills where doctors are more accessible.

1707 days ago
11.

Been There    

I witnessed a wedding there back in the 90's It's a very beautiful house...

1707 days ago
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Aleta    

I think Larry should be commended for his solar powered house. If we could just get Al Gore to practice what he preaches, we will be on to something. Maybe if he carried around a solar backpack made from

1647 days ago
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Aleta    

Lets dry this again. Larry should be commended for his solar house. If we could get Al Gore to do the same thing, maybe he would look like such a hypocrite. I really think he should practice what he preaches...at least carry around a solar pack.

http://greensolutionshelp.com/articles-and-tips/flexible-solar-panels-the-best-way-to-power-your-equipment/

1647 days ago
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Jehnavi    

Its a dream of building his own home. Today, many celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Julia Roberts, Blues Orlando, Tricia Helfer and many others are eco-conscious awareness and dissemination of eco-friendly homes with solar panels for energy, non-toxic paints and other natural materials build green homes.
http://www.greenliving9.com/eco-friendly-houses.html

1424 days ago
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Jehnavi    

that article is really geared towards people who live in single-family-type homes with yards and the like.
http://www.greenliving9.com/eco-friendly-houses.html/ if you'd like to see something similar to that list, but directed more towards apartment or city living, you can check out treehugger.com or even apartmenttherapy.com for their go-green lists.

1424 days ago
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