An Agoura home that actor and filmmaker Mel Gibson’s then-estranged wife, Robyn Moore, bought in 2007 is on the market for $1.795 million.
The neo-Tudor style house sits on more than three acres with amenities one might expect in homes of the Hollywood elite. There’s a swimming pool with a water slide, a paddle tennis court, a koi pond and a rock waterfall.
Within the 5,471 square feet of living space are a two-story vaulted foyer with a grand staircase, living and family rooms with a double-sided fireplace, a step-down wet bar, a formal dining room, five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The interiors reflect the home’s 1991 origins.
A downstairs master suite has a sitting room, a fireplace and doors that open to a solarium. The upstairs master suite has a beamed ceiling, a fireplace, a wet bar, dual walk-in closets and French doors that open to a deck.
A partially unfinished attic space painted purple is being marketed as a potential media room.
Gibson, 59, is known for his starring roles in the “Lethal Weapon and “Mad Max” films. He won an Oscar for directing “Braveheart.” Gibson and Moore separated in 2006 and were divorced in 2011.
The property was purchased for $2.075 million, public records show.
Joyce Blackburn of Realty Executives is the listing agent.