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See inside Channing Tatum's new (and beautiful) Beverly Hills home

by Melissa Allison / / Source: Zillow

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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum have a new home to return to following this weekend’s Oscar ceremony.

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The “Foxcatcher” actor, who’s also known for leading roles in “Magic Mike” and “22 Jump Street,” and his wife just paid $6 million for their first home in the Beverly Hills 90210 ZIP code, as first reported by Variety. It’s a shingled six-bedroom, six-bath Cape Cod sitting on a gated, oak-covered acre with a pool, spa and outdoor fireplace.

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The master bathroom features a shower and separate large bathtub with a bay window covered by foliage. The upstairs also includes a second bedroom with its own en-suite bath — possibly for the Tatums’ one-year-old daughter, Everly.

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The main floor offers spacious living, dining and family rooms, a gourmet country kitchen, a guest room and a large bonus room with built-in bookcases and a fireplace. The basement level boasts an entire guest house with a private entrance and two guest suites. Almost every room of the 4,853-square-foot home opens onto verandas and patios.

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The couple still owns a 1920s home above Laurel Canyon.

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The listing agents for the Tatums’ new home were Mauricio Umansky, Farrah Aldjufrie and Eduardo Umansky of The Agency.

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