Perhaps emboldened by the opening of Rick Caruso’s Palisades Village boutique retail center, Kevin Nealon has put his home in Pacific Palisades back on the market for a dollar shy of $5 million.
Earlier this year, the comedian and actor and his wife, Susan Yeagley, had asked $4.7 million for the property.
Built in 2009, the Georgian-inspired Traditional home boasts a white symmetrical front accented with black shutters and a front door colored a cerulean blue.
The more than 5,600 square feet of interior space features a living room with a fireplace, an office/den and a kitchen with a 12-foot-long island. There are oak floors, coffered and box tray ceilings and contemporary fixtures. Soft gray walls in the dining room provide a subtle deviation from the other rooms.
Three bedrooms, entertainment space and a kitchenette lie on a lower level, and the upstairs master suite opens to a private deck. There are seven bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms in all.
A small patch of lawn, hedges and landscaping make up the backyard.
Nealon, 64, appeared on "Saturday Night Live" in the 1980s and '90s and had a five-year stint on the show hosting the "Weekend Update" sketch.
Among his television and film credits are the sitcom-drama "Weeds" (2005-12), "All I Want for Christmas" (1991) and "Happy Gilmore" (1996). He currently appears on the CBS sitcom “Man With a Plan.”
Nealon bought the house in 2010 for $3.45 million, records show.