Michelle Pfeiffer and David Kelley look to flip Pacific Palisades pad for $25M

Celeb couple bought 10K sf mansion in early 2020

Michelle Pfeiffer and David Kelly with the Pacific Palisades property (Getty, Compass)
Michelle Pfeiffer and David Kelley with the Pacific Palisades property (Getty, Compass)

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.

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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