Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell put their Pacific Palisades home up for sale
After trying a word-of-mouth approach to selling their home, actors Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn have made their longtime address in Pacific Palisades publicly available.
The Georgian traditional-style home on nearly half an acre was quietly shopped as a whisper listing earlier this year before coming to market last week at $7.25 million.
Built in 1951 and since remodeled, the two-story house has a classic look with a touch of country. Slender columns, brickwork and a frontispiece above the Dutch front door enhance the facade. Pastel hues and checkerboard patterns lend a whimsical note to the interiors.
The 6,389 square feet of living space includes a skylight-topped living room with a wall of bookshelves, a formal dining room, a media room and a gym. The chef’s kitchen has an oversized island and a breakfast nook with French doors that open to the grounds.
Tucked away in its own private wing, the master suite boasts a fireplace, his and hers closets and a dry sauna. A total of five bedrooms and five bathrooms also includes a guest suite with a bonus loft.
Outdoors, lush landscaping surrounds various patios, a swimming pool and a separate spa. A meditation hut sits next to the pool.
The couple bought the house in 2004 for about $4.125 million, records show.
Kimberley Pfeiffer of Coldwell Banker holds the listing.
Hawn, 70, has film credits that include “Cactus Flower” (1969), for which she won an Academy Award for best supporting actress. Her other works include “Overboard” (1987), “HouseSitter” (1992) and “The First Wives Club” (1996).
Russell, 65, was in the Westerns “The Hateful Eight” and “Bone Tomahawk” last year as well as “Furious 7.” He appears in the disaster film “Deepwater Horizon,” now in its first week of release,” and has a part in the upcoming Marvel blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”
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