Geena Davis Sells Pacific Palisades Home

Geena Davis’s Pacific Palisades property spent less than two months on the market before selling for $5.63 million, the Los Angeles Times reports. The Mediterranean-style mansion, situated on a cul-de-sac overlooking Sunset Boulevard, has served as the actor’s home for 13 years and has undergone some renovations under her watch—namely a remodeled chef’s kitchen.

The exterior of the home, however, has largely remained the same, with charming ivy draped over the three-car garage, adding a nice pop of color against the cream-colored stucco and seafoam green doors. Inside, there’s an eclectic assortment of colors and textures, with a front foyer boasting patterned antique Italian floor tiles and a living room with a dramatic fireplace carved to resemble the Roman god Neptune. The updated kitchen features red brick floor tiles, deep stone gray countertops, bright blue cabinetry, and patterned tile backsplash. Other common living areas include a window-lined formal dining space, a safe room, a bar, an office, and a library with floor-to-ceiling built-in shelves.

<div class="caption">One bedroom is decorated in a beach theme.</div><cite class="credit">Photo: Lee Manning Photography</cite>

One bedroom is decorated in a beach theme.

Photo: Lee Manning Photography

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There are a total of five bedrooms and six bathrooms spread out across 5,146 square feet, and each of the bedrooms has a unique aesthetic. One of the three guest bedrooms, for instance, features a Japanese-style mural on the wall. The main suite is generously proportioned, with a high vaulted ceiling, a sitting area with a patterned tile mantel, and glass doors with seafoam-colored frames leading out onto a private terrace. There are two en suite walk-in closets and two en suite bathrooms, one of which boasts a gold-rimmed deep-soaking tub. The backyard features a covered terrace that steps down to a sunny dining area with a built-in barbecue grill. There are carefully maintained gardens below that and a wealth of tall mature trees shading the entirety of the outdoor space.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest

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