Pamela Anderson hasn’t strayed far from the beach since her iconic Baywatch days. The actress’s longtime Malibu home, which the LA Times reports she purchased for $1.8 million in 2000, is the quintessential California contemporary. A vision of clean lines and organic materials, it looks like a spa getaway and is just moments from the ocean. Buyers can slow-run right over to the celeb’s home now listed for $14.9 million.
The residence has Anderson’s style all over it since she has owned it for over 20 years. Most notably, she created the current 5,500-square-foot main house, doing away with the property’s original structure. Designed with open spaces, natural materials, and retractable walls of glass, the teakwood abode bathes in an easy, relaxing atmosphere.
There are specific amenities that also add to this tranquil feeling. The pool surrounded by lush greenery and fruit trees is a suave paradise, breezily separating the three-bedroom home and one-bedroom guesthouse. The master suite gets its own special oasis, too, opening to a private balcony that climbs to an upper deck. After watching the sunset there, the dreamy dry sauna is ready and waiting inside.
Crossing to the guest house, the lower-level lounge and fire pit is poised to be an entertainer’s domain. Upstairs, the guest bedroom has mountain and lagoon views, with a spa tub and fireplace keeping it cozy.
With plans to settle in Canada, according to Mansion Global, Pamela Anderson has picked Tomer Fridman of The Fridman Group at Compass to list her home in affluent Malibu Colony. Private and picturesque, it also comes with exclusive beach key access.
Article Courtesy of Cottages & Gardens