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Kristoff St. John's Family Puts Condo Where Star Died On the Market for $314,000

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By Ryan Naumann on August 14, 2019 at 1:15 PM EDT

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“Young and the Restless” star Kristoff St. John’s father and daughter have listed his former home for $314,000.

According to real estate records, St. John’s 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom 783 sq. ft. condo located in Canoga Park has officially hit the market.

The home is located in a gated community in a “tranquil environment with pools spas, lighted tennis courts and workout room.”

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The late soap star purchased the condo for $260,000 back in 2014. The proceeds of the sale are to be put into an escrow account until a final decision is made on who is in charge of St. John’s estate.

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Kristoff St. John died in February, on the day of the Super Bowl.

The star was pronounced dead at his home after police responded to a possible alcohol overdose.

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According to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner, St. John died from hypertrophic heart disease, but investigators noted his heart muscle had “myocardial bridging,” and showed signs of alcohol abuse.

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The "Young and the Restless" star was laid to rest in a private memorial in March and he was buried next to his son.

A hearing was held after the soap star's father and daughter filed opposing documents in his probate case. St. John's father submitted a handwritten will he believed to be valid, while the daughter believed the will was never meant to be seen.

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During the hearing, the judge ruled that Christopher St. John and Paris St. John were to be named Co-Special Administrators of the estate until a hearing in July. The judge stated they each had equal powers and the two sides must agree on the sale of any of St. John's property and what to do with the proceeds from any sale of his belongings.

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