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BUNKER SELLS FOR $1.5 MILLION

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Pop singer Julian Lennon made $450,000 on the sale of the mountaintop home, a former Army building that he bought just 10 months ago, according to a published report.

In December, the son of the late John Lennon paid $1,050,000 for the former World War II bunker, built in the Santa Monica Mountains by the U.S. Army and later converted to a residence.The young Lennon sold the one-acre property for $1.5 million, the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday.

The newspaper quoted unidentified real estate sources as saying the 4,000-square-foot residence was in bad shape, with some floors ripped out and a rude British expression meaning "go away" painted on the roof to discourage photographers and fans from flying over.