By JENNIKA INGRAM | Reporter
Two-time Academy Award-winner Geena Davis has listed her longtime Pacific Palisades home for $5.995 million.
The Alphabet Streets five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home was built in 1999.
“Situated on over 17,000 square feet of land and featuring wonderful volumes of space, clean lines, gorgeous wood floors, high ceilings and French doors throughout,” the listing boasts, “this stately, elegant yet warm and inviting home will captivate from the moment you enter.”
The spacious, 5,146-square-foot property is tucked away on a peaceful cul de sac close to Palisades Village. In a very private space, lush greenery abounds, as rooms open to patios and trellis-covered outdoor areas in this Mediterranean-style home.
“Other spaces and amenities include a double height entry, beautiful antique Italian tiles, a bar, safe room and an oversized three car garage,” the listing continues.
The home is blanketed with features from a unique fireplace to a newly remodeled kitchen, designed with an island and integrated snack bar.
The second floor contains the main bedroom, complete with a fireplace and private covered terrace, while the ground floor has a guest suite with garden access, a complement to other guest bedrooms, and a library or den area with a small terrace.
There are two walk-in closets, dual bathrooms, and a private study or office.
The listing touts it as a “very special offering, filled with romance and charm in a fabulous Palisades location.”
Davis has owned the property since 2007 when she purchased it for just under $4.2 million, according to Variety.
David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties holds the listing.
Davis won an Oscar in 1989 for Best Supporting Actress in “The Accidental Tourist,” as well as the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 2019. She is also well known for her role in “Thelma and Louise,” and recent television appearances in “The Exorcist,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “GLOW.”
Upcoming projects include feature films “Ava” and “Cowgirl’s Last Ride.”
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