After putting his home on the market five times, actor and former Pacific Palisades Honorary Mayor Kevin Nealon has finally sold his Pacific Palisades home, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Selling for $150,000 below asking price, Nealon still made a $1.4 million profit at a price tag of $4.85 million.
The 5,600-square-foot home had been on and off the market for the last three years, but finally found someone to inhabit its seven bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms.
The El Medio Bluffs estate features white oak floors, paneled walls, formal and informal dining areas, and a living room set under coffered ceilings.
A master suite on the second story expands to a spa bathroom and a deck that looks out into the Santa Monica Mountains and a chef’s kitchen that boasts Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, a 12-foot center island, and an eight-foot peninsula while opening up to a family room and media area.
Cynthia Ambuehl of Compass and Elizabeth Stein of Keller Williams Realty reportedly held the listing with Ambuehl also representing the buyer.
Apart from his stint as honorary mayor, Nealon is known for his time on television and movie productions like “Saturday Night Live,” “Weeds” and “Daddy Day Care,” to name a few.
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