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Molly Sims, Scott Stuber Buy Palisades Manse

Model Molly Sims and producer Scott Stuber sold their 4,000-square-foot home in the Beverly Crest area of Beverly Hills in late April — in an under-the-radar, off-market deal — for $5.56 million, according to property records, to digital-media business bigwig Jimmy Jaffe.

That’s because just a week earlier, so swears real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak, the comely couple surreptitiously shelled out a hair more than $13 million for a much larger and newly constructed family-sized mansion in a posh and especially celeb-saturated pocket of Pacific Palisades. Some of the other showbiz klieg lights who own homes on the very same swank street include Sam Raimi, Kate Hudson, Reese Witherspoon, Chuck Lorre, Mitch Hurwitz, Matt LeBlanc and Conan O’Brien, not to mention Sims’ longtime BFF Robyn Casady and her hubby, talent agent and “Game of Thrones” producer Guymon Casady, who live just down block in a 10,000-plus square-foot manse they covertly acquired in late March for almost $10.5 million.

The Stuber-Sims also maintain a house in the Hamptons — in low-key but highbrow Wainscott, to be exact — that they scooped up in the fall of 2012, for $5.57 million.

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