Actress Leigh Taylor-Young and her husband, John Morton, have sold their picket-fenced house in Pacific Palisades for $3.35 million.
The Traditional-style home, built in 2014, includes a center hall, a living room with a fireplace, a dining room and a combined kitchen/family room with a fireplace and a breakfast room. The master suite features another fireplace and a sitting room for a total of five bedrooms and five bathrooms in the 4,141-square-foot house.
White trim and fencing provide visual contrast to the wood-shingle exterior. A Buddha fountain, stone terrace, mature landscaping and lawn complete the grounds.
Taylor-Young, 70, won an Emmy for her supporting role in the 1990s series "Picket Fences." She has also appeared on "Passions," "Sunset Beach" and "Dallas." Taylor-Young got her television start on "Peyton Place" in the 1960s.
The house was purchased by Morton in 2007 for $3.395 million and has been leased out for the last two years as an income property at $15,000 a month.
The property came on the market in January and was in escrow in less than three weeks.
Rick Ojeda and Nick Segal of Partners Trust were the listing agents. Lynn R. Lescher of Gibson International represented the buyer.