Multi-Grammy winner Herb Alpert and his wife, singer Lani Hall, have listed a house in Pacific Palisades at $2.6 million, the Multiple Listing Service shows.
The restored Spanish-style home, built in 1928, sits on a bluff with ocean views. The two-story residence has handmade doors, stenciled beams, fresco painting, coved ceilings and period arches. The formal dining room opens to the living room, which flows into a family room to enable large-scale entertaining. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms lie within 2,500 square feet of living space.
Alpert and Hall perform together and released the album "Anything Goes" last year. The legendary bandleader, 75, made his name with his 1960s group Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass. His hit singles include "A Taste of Honey" (1965), "This Guy's in Love With You" (1968) and "Rise" (1979). The trumpeter-singer-songwriter has sold more than 72 million albums worldwide. A sculpture and painter, he supports the arts through his Herb Alpert Foundation.
Hall, 64, was part of Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 until 1971. Alpert and Hall married in 1974. The couple purchased the house in 2006 for $2.48 million, according to public records.
James Anderson of Keller Williams, Santa Monica, has the listing.