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Alan Radi’s four-bedroom, three-bath high-ranch on the water in Oceanside was a serious bachelor pad in its day. It’s now too big for him, so he has put it on the market for $975,000. The bachelor is moving to Costa Rica and will split his time at another property in North Palm Beach, Fla.
The property is listed with Carla Raso of Ed McNulty Realty.
Radi, 67, had the house built in 1971...Read more »