Pamela Anderson Sells Malibu Colony Home for $11.8 Million

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Looks like Pamela Anderson is officially saying goodbye to the beaches of California! After 21 years of living in her Malibu Colony home, the actor and model has sold the property for $11.8 million and is settling down in Vancouver with her husband Dan Hayhurst.

Anderson completely remodelled the property upon her arrival in 2000, paying homage to the natural beauty of Malibu by using sustainably sourced teak panelling on the exterior and gorgeous wood flooring and accents throughout. The mini-compound sits on a 6,324 square foot site, and has 5,500 square feet of interior floor space between the main home and the one bedroom guest house. The home has plenty of indoor space, but its outdoor staircase, rooftop deck, pool, hot tub, vegetable garden, and fire pit all encourage a classic Californian indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Residency within the Malibu Colony also includes access to a private slice of Malibu Beach.

The kitchen.

Photo: Shade Degges

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The listing was held by Tomer Fridman of The Fridman Group at Compass and the buyer of the house is Loren Kreiss, CEO and Creative Director of Kreiss Furniture, the company known for creating the California casual style of decor (take Magic Johnson’s Kreiss-decorated home that AD toured in 2009 for instance). Given the company’s all-natural-everything approach, the Malibu Colony property seems to be an organic fit.

The main living space.

Photo: Joel Danto of Danto Photography 

Anderson and Hayhurst have spent much of the past year on a Vancouver Island property that once belonged to her grandmother. The property, where her parents held their wedding, could use some fixing up, so for now Anderson’s focusing on making that place her own. “It’s time I went back to my roots,” Anderson reportedly told PEOPLE upon listing the house in March. “I’m creating my life here now again where it all started. It’s been a wild ride, now full circle.”



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