Pamela Anderson Promoting Malibu House for $15 Million
Although finest identified for (fictitiously) saving lives all alongside the seashores of southern California, Pamela Anderson really hails from a lot farther north—and the Canadian-born actress-model-activist has made her means again up the Pacific coast to quiet down on Vancouver Island along with her new husband, Dan Hayhurst. Within the course of, she’s offloading her longtime Malibu residence, which can hit the market on March 8 with an asking worth of $14.9 million.
The 5,500-square-foot beachfront residence holds 4 bedrooms and 4 and a half bogs unfold throughout a principal residence and a indifferent lofted guesthouse, and is positioned within the guarded and gated Malibu Colony neighborhood. The 2 constructions are separated by a big pool outfitted with a swim-up bar and surrounded by a solar deck; the out of doors area, surrounded by avocado, olive, and orange groves, additionally features a broad coated eating space, a grotto-inspired scorching tub subsequent to a metal fireplace pit beneath the guesthouse, and personal seaside entry.
Inside, the principle home’s floor ground is dominated by a spacious nice room comprising the kitchen, residing, and eating rooms, with a wall of glass pocket doorways that open onto the patio. The principle suite takes up a lot of the second ground, with an open-plan bed room and loo main out to a personal terrace that gives entry to a rooftop deck.
Anderson, 53, bought the property for about $1.8 million in 2000, and spent the following decade setting up the attractive seaside residence. Now, she’s setting her sights on renovating her waterfront Vancouver Island farm, a six-acre compound that she purchased from her grandmother a long time in the past