|It’s hard to picture the blond bombshell giving up her Malibu beach house for good. But after renting it out for $90,000 a month and listing it for $14.749 million in July 2011, Goldie Hawn has found a buyer.
The Academy Award-winning actress and her longtime partner, Kurt Russell, closed the deal this month for $9.5 million, the Los Angeles Times confirms. The home’s last recorded for-sale price was $9.95 million after a 32.5 percent price cut.
Located off the Pacific Coast Highway, the view from the street is understated, showcasing no more than a 3-car garage. From the beach, however, the home is an inviting summer retreat with a large oceanfront patio and outdoor kitchen surrounded by lush topical landscaping. Inside, Zen-inspired decor fills the space with brightly colored pillows, a yellow couch and ornate wet bar.
Hawn isn’t the only celebrity to boast Bohemian flair. Actor Ryan Phillippe recently sold his “Rising Zen” estate, while model Cheryl Tiegs listed her Bel-Air oasis filled with rich mahogany and brightly-colored pendent lights.
Extensively renovated in 2005, Hawn’s home isn’t just stylish. The main residence also features a designer kitchen, high-tech media room and spa-quality master suite with a private deck overlooking the beach. A detached guesthouse includes a meditation room and gym.
Hawn, who’s known for her roles in “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” “The First Wives Club” and “Cactus Flower,” has been in a relationship with Russell since 1983, the same year he was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in “Silkwood.” The couple own several properties together, including a Pacific Palisades home they bought in 2004 for a little over $4 million.