We know what kind of an effect knocking up the housekeeper has on a marriage, but will it have any impact when it comes to selling the very home that may have been the place where the impregnating occurred?
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The Pacific Palisades mansion that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver called home from 1986 to 2003 is currently on the market for $23.5 million. Of course, Mildred Patricia Baena was hired to work there in 1991, only to give birth to Arnold's out-of-wedlock son six years later.
So, will potential buyers be able to look past such an indiscretion?
Well, it is pretty impressive. (The house, that is. Not the infidelity.)Story: Schwarzenegger's comeback on track despite scandal
Built in 1982, the Mediterranean-style home sits on 2.5 acres of land and has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The property also features a tennis court, pool and spa, a duck pond and a natural flowing stream.Story: Shriver takes dig at Arnold at Oprah taping
Private and secluded, there's both an equestrian compound and a guest house as well.
Not to mention, a little notoriety now at no extra cost.Story: Schwarzenegger’s housekeeper now center of attention
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