Pam Anderson’s Malibu Beach Pad Listed for $7.75 Million

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Actress Pamela Anderson has listed her Malibu beach pad for $7,750,000. Featuring three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the home has been completely updated by Anderson with the help of architect Philip Vertoch of Vertoch Design Architects and designer Josh Chrisant of Chryssanthou.

The 2,752-square-foot home is located in the “guard-gated and star-studded Colony enclave” in Malibu, according to Real Estalker. Anderson purchased the home in 2000 for $1,800,000 and spent a significant amount of time and money fixing it up and incorporating eco-friendly designs with Vertoch and Chrisant.

The home features an open concept lower floor, a wood and steel floating staircase, a media lounge area with a wall-mounted flat screen television, a living room lounge with a fireplace, a galley-style kitchen with slab stone counter tops, custom cabinetry and high-end appliances, and more. According to the listing, floor-to-ceiling windows disappear into the walls when opened and “seamlessly join the compact interior spaces to the outdoor living spaces.”

On the second floor, there are two family/guest bedrooms with a shared bathroom. The master suite includes a floor-to-ceiling wardrobe, a corner fireplace and an open-plan bathroom. The bedroom has a large deck and a second floating staircase with access to a roof deck.

After placing it on the market as a rental in 2011 and in 2012, Anderson decided it was time to try to sell the home last month and realtor Chris Cortazzo (Coldwell Banker) currently has the listing.

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