Now, the bank has foreclosed on the home that Lauren Conrad‘s architect father built for his daughter’s high school nemesis. Dennis failed to pay$7,599,458.66 he owed on the place, which recently went on the auction block for $6.1 million, according to TMZ. Back in May 2009, the Los Angeles Times reported that the residence was listed for $13.95.
The four bedroom, six bathroom home, which sits on 3.25 acres of land, boasts views of Catalina and the Southern California coastline. The house is made up of natural stone and hardwoods (apparently more than $2 million was spent on masonry). And what every coastal home in California needs: an infinity pool.
Cavallari never lived in the home, since construction finished after she moved up to Los Angeles to pursue her “acting career.” Oh yes, I almost forgot. The home also has enough driveway/garage space to park 25 cars.