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Robin Thicke may be stepping back from his musical quest to publicly woo back Paula Patton.  TMZ says the Bel Air mansion the former couple called home for years has been put up for sale. 

Apparently the house was originally purchased by Robin's father actor Alan Thicke back in 1990.  The singer is reportedly poised to cash in on a hefty profit now that he's putting it on the market with an asking price of almost $3 million.  Inside is the home studio where Robin recorded most of his music, including last year's hit "Blurred Lines."  

TMZ says neither Robin or Paula have moved their belonging out of the house as yet, but they're reportedly living separately and have been since parting ways in February. 

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