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Mansion where Arnold's affair began is for sale

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?

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.

See 22 photos of the home on Trulia.com

So, will potential buyers be able to look past such an indiscretion?

READ: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Housekeeper Mistress--Timeline of a Scandal

Well, it is pretty impressive. (The house, that is. Not the infidelity.)

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.

Private and secluded, there's both an equestrian compound and a guest house as well.

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Not to mention, a little notoriety now at no extra cost.

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