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Co-Creator of “America's Next Top Model” Lists Top House

Ken Mok, the co-creator of "America's Next Top Model," has listed what is arguably one of America's next top houses for $2.895 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. Mok's home features five bedrooms, five baths, and a sweet screening room that seats 20, which is ideal for screening upcoming episodes of "Top Model" with Tyra, Kelly, Rob, and Bryanboy.

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Ken Mok, the co-creator of "America's Next Top Model," has listed what is arguably one of America's next top houses for $2.895 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. Mok's home features five bedrooms, five baths, and a sweet screening room that seats 20, which is ideal for screening upcoming episodes of "Top Model" with Tyra, Kelly, Rob, and Bryanboy.
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Located in Cheviot Hills, Mok's modern-style pad would definitely score the approval of even the toughest "Top Model" judges. The co-creator of the reality show paid $1.067 million for the spread back in 2004.
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Can't you just see Tyra and the other talent nestling into these comfy chairs for a screening of upcoming episodes? Luckily, Mok's screening room can seat up to 20 people.
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Here's a reverse view of the screening room. The contemporary pad spans close to 5,000 square feet and even boasts an elevator.
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According to the Los Angeles Times, Mok has served as an executive producer of the hit series since 2003.
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There are five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a chef's kitchen, and a custom-made sauna in the executive producer's home, which he shares with his wife, Helie Lee.
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A view of the home's living room.
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A look at Mok's dining room. Though not photographed, Mok's property also boasts a pool, grassy yard, and outdoor dining space.
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