By Nick Caruso & Zoe Eisenberg
The crunchy, off-grid style property includes solar systems that whittled Hagman’s electric bill from an annual $37,000 to $13 after installation in 2003. Those numbers are pretty impressive, considering the home’s 17,516-square-foot spread. The compound also includes a guesthouse, a helipad and an avocado orchard.
Who will be moving in to Hagman’s home? The Church of Scientology’s wholly owned subsidiary Social Betterment Properties International snagged the home for cash, and there is speculation that it will be used for a “good works” non-profit umbrella group called the Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE).
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