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We're in love with the light-filled beach house. The couple scooped up the oceanfront dwelling just months after putting their previous Santa Barbara estate on the market for a whopping $45 million.

By Coastal Living

While Ellen DeGeneres is well known as a talk show host, producer, and voice of one very confused blue tang fish, she has another role that flies a bit more under the radar: serial house flipper.

Along with wife Portia de Rossi, DeGeneres has snatched up, fixed up, and sold several properties in L.A. and beyond (including a Malibu estate formerly owned by Brad Pitt).

Their latest get is this seriously swoon-worthy beach house in Carpinteria, a quiet little coastal town just south of Santa Barbara (that also happens to be home to fellow A-listers Ashton Kutcher and and Mila Kunis).

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Standing at a stately 6,000 square feet, the cedar shingle-clad home has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, in addition to an 883-square-foot guesthouse. The one-acre property comes with a clay tennis court, private courtyard, and plunge pool.

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Inside, an open floor plan connects a spacious living area with a dining area, contemporary chef’s kitchen, and wet bar. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open onto ocean-facing decks with plenty of prime seating for savoring sunsets over the Pacific.

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As impressive as the entertaining spaces are, the master suite is perhaps the dreamiest part of the property. Outfitted with three fireplaces (!), an insanely huge closet, a balcony, and a large bath with an oversized soaking tub, it’s the perfect personal sanctuary for the busy comedian and actress.

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Feeling real estate envy yet? Not to worry: DeGeneres and de Rossi’s former Santa Barbara mansion is still up for grabs, if you’ve got the change ($45 million worth of it) to spare.

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