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The renowned actress Geena Davis, who won an Oscar in 1989 for his performance in the film ‘The Accidental Tourist’ and was part of ‘Beetlejuice’, is looking for a new owner for his mansion in Pacific Palisades, California.
The property, for which you paid $ 4.17 million in 2007, it was put on the market on Tuesday, August 3 by $ 5.99 million dollars.
The Mediterranean-style house has an area of 5,146 square feet. Its facade is covered by vines, while its roof has red tiles.
Inside it is equipped with five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, kitchen with an island in the center, dining room with French doors, living room with fireplace, living room, library, study, among other rooms.
Outside it has a cobbled terrace that overlooks the large gardens, as well as another in which it has various garden furniture and an area to make an exquisite barbecue.
The weak point of the house is that, despite its high price and its size, it does not have a swimming pool, which detracts from other properties of similar value in the area.
Despite not having a pool, the new owners could calmly adapt it, as there is enough space in the garden area, so it would not be surprising if they did so in the future.
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