US News California doctor refuses to move from $15.9M cliffside mansion despite warnings it could slide into the ocean

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Three multimillion-dollar homes teetering on the edge of a cliff in Southern California have been deemed safe to live in — despite a landslide taking out a large part of the cliff from underneath them.

Historic storms that inundated the Golden State earlier this month left the Dana Point mansions in precarious positions and at risk of falling into the Pacific Ocean.

According to records, the priciest home in the coastline complex is a $15.9 million, four-bedroom property registered to a local radiologist, 82-year-old Lewis Bruggeman.

“The house is fine, it’s not threatened and it will not be red-tagged,” Bruggeman told KCAL.
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