Actress Diane Keaton’s latest home remodel is for sale in Pacific Palisades
Serial home renovator and actress Diane Keaton has put a Pacific Palisades house on the market at $6.995 million.
The Oscar-winning actress bought the property three years ago for $5.6 million and has paid great attention to details within the subdued-tone interiors. Rustic accessories and dark wood floors give the 2009 house a classic, slightly lived-in ambiance.
In a departure from her previous home projects, Keaton has made extensive use of signage as artwork. Giant street numbers draw the eye at the front door, a bathroom sports the words “Teen Town” and massive lettering even adorns an outdoor wall.
A formal entry, living and dining rooms, a kitchen/family room, a wine room (more verbiage), a study, a home theater, six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two powder rooms are within three levels and 7,800 square feet of living space. The master suite has a patio and roof deck.
The nearly quarter-acre corner lot includes lawn, a swimming pool and an outdoor living and dining area.
Keaton, 69, will be in the holiday film “Love the Coopers,” due out next month, and is at work on the television mini-series “The Young Pope” and next year’s animated film “Finding Dory.”
She won a leading actress Oscar for “Annie Hall” (1977).
Aileen Comora and Paul Lester of The Agency are the listing agents.
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