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Marital home of Pamela Anderson, Rick Salomon lists for sale in Las Vegas

The marital home of "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson and her former husband, Rick Salomon, is for sale near Las Vegas for $5.2 million.
(Eric Penrod / Perfect Images Real Estate Photography | Inset: Los Angeles Times)

A home shared by model-actress Pamela Anderson and her former husband, professional poker player Rick Salomon, during their most recent union has come to market in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas, Nev., for $5.2 million.

The gated contemporary, built in 1998 in the affluent Tournament Hills enclave, has an organic vibe with natural rock, steel, water and wood elements incorporated into the approximately 11,000-square-foot design.

Interiors decorated by Anderson include an open living/dining area topped with a rolled wood ceiling, a modern kitchen with white cabinetry and dual islands, and a family room with a wet bar. An oversized soaking tub and one of three curved brick fireplaces highlight the master suite -- one of four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

For entertaining, a soundproof basement features a game room, an old-fashioned soda fountain and a professional soundstage complete with lighting. Elsewhere, there’s a gym and a home theater outfitted with stadium seating and a snack bar.

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Sets of French doors open to grounds filled with desert landscaping, lawns and a built-in barbecue. A zero-edge swimming pool flows into separate stream and cascading waterfall.

Views take in the surrounding golf course and mountain ranges.

The house last changed hands two years ago for $3.8 million, records show.

Coldwell Banker Premier Realty agent Patsy Rios Franzi, who assisted the couple in buying the home two years ago, is the listing agent. Mortgage documents obtained by The Times show Salomon as the sole property owner.

Anderson, 48, is a former Playboy model and actress. Among her television credits are “Baywatch,” “Stacked” and “V.I.P.”

Salomon, 48, is a former producer and poker player. He finished fourth in the 2014 World Series of Poker, winning $2.8 million.

The on-again, off-again couple remarried in 2014 and divorced for a second time last year. They were previously wed for about two months in 2007.

neal.leitereg@latimes.com

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