Michelle Pfeiffer and husband David E. Kelley are listing a Pacific Palisades mansion they bought less than a year and a half ago.
The celebrity couple is asking $25 million for the 10,300-square-foot mansion, according to Dirt. They bought the home in an off-market deal in February 2020 for $22.3 million.
The property had sold in 2016 and saw an extensive renovation and expansion that nearly doubled its size. It has seven bedrooms, including a main suite with two bathrooms and a private patio overlooking a golf course.
The basement level includes a wine cellar, tasting area, screening room, and two bedroom suites.
The rear of the home opens via floor-to-ceiling glass doors to a covered patio and lounge area. Beyond that is a small lawn and an infinity-edge swimming pool.
Pfeiffer and Kelley bought the property after selling a home in Silicon Valley and another in Pacific Palisades. That 3,000-square-foot Pacific Palisades home was sold to Houston Astros owner Jim Crane for $9.1 million. The actress and her spouse also listed the property next door, but it remains on the market at $7.3 million. A sale at that price would be a $400,000 loss.
[Dirt] — Dennis Lynch