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  • Jeff Biebuyck and Karen Baldwin , two Sotheby's agents who had the Leons' Calabasas listing, are launching an auction division of their traditional brokerage business, as has Jon Kohler , whose Georgia firm specializes in selling multimillion-dollar historic plantation properties in the South.

    High-End Hits the Auction Block

  • Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal AUCTION The highest offer of $5.5 million wasn't enough to meet the reserve, the minimum amount the Leons were willing to sell the home for.

    Luxury Homes on the Auction Block

  • Pictured here is Todd Wohl, the chief auctioneer of Premiere Estates Auction company, at the auction of the Leons' home.

    Luxury Homes on the Auction Block

  • I know of a great little place in Florida that you might like called Neon Leons.

    Neon Leon’s, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Guy Fieri « Lynyrd Skynyrd Dixie

  • It hadn't—$5.5 million wasn't high enough to meet the reserve, the minimum amount the Leons were willing to sell the home for.

    High-End Hits the Auction Block

  • The lady was all pro, drugged and dazed but still able to roll and grip by drawing her thighs up to her belly, anchoring Leons legs.

    Gold of Kings

  • Maybe one day hed be able to enter here without seeing Leons manic gaze, glaring at him through the veil of Emmas hair.

    Gold of Kings

  • The lady was all pro, drugged and dazed but still able to roll and grip by drawing her thighs up to her belly, anchoring Leons legs.

    Gold of Kings

  • The lady was all pro, drugged and dazed but still able to roll and grip by drawing her thighs up to her belly, anchoring Leons legs.

    Gold of Kings

  • Maybe one day hed be able to enter here without seeing Leons manic gaze, glaring at him through the veil of Emmas hair.

    Gold of Kings

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