From playing a lifeguard in Baywatch to standing up for animal rights and endorsing PETA activities, Pamela Anderson has worn many hats. Her journey in the entertainment industry began in 1989 with Playboy magazine covers, and since then, the star has been unstoppable.
On December 24, 2020, Anderson married her bodyguard, Dan Hayhurst, and shared plans of staying at Vancouver Island. Soon after the marriage, Anderson announced that she would be listing her Malibu estate on March 8, 2021, for a jaw-dropping asking price of $14.9 million. Read on to get an exclusive tour of the Malibu mansion.
A quick look at the records
Anderson bought the Malibu estate in 2000 for $1.8 million and spent a fortune renovating it according to her style. FYI, the Malibu estate is not new to the market; its listing history dates back to 2013.
Anderson first tried to sell the place in 2013 for $7.75 million, but after facing difficulty searching for a buyer, she removed it from the market. Later, she rented the property for $40,000 a month and finally decided to relist it in March 2021.
A tour of the property
The beachfront property spreads over a 5,500 sq. ft. area and holds the main house and a detached guesthouse. Situated inside the Malibu Colony community, it’s safe from trespassing and provides enough space for four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The outdoor area features a covered dining space, a grotto-themed hot tub underneath the guest house, access to a private beach and avocado, olive, and orange groves. It also has a large swimming pool separating the main house and the guest house.
The main house’s ground floor offers a spacious living room, kitchen, and dining room with glass wall doors that open up to the patio, while the second floor features a master bedroom with a private bathroom and terrace. The coolest attraction is the terrace which provides easy access to the rooftop deck. Most of the area on the second floor comes under the open plan master bedroom.
The house is Pamela Anderson’s pride
In a recent statement, Anderson revealed that the Malibu property took ten years of construction time with an $8 million investment. While describing the inspiration behind upgrading the place, she named architect Richard Neutra’s works in The Case Study Houses.
The 53-year-old disclosed that her love for vintage art and her environmental activism pushed her to use 100% sustainable teak from Burma to furnish the house. She said that the materials alone cost her $1 million.
Describing her favorite spots in the house, she said that the guesthouse and mosaic pool views were the most beautiful ones. She referred to her bedroom as the cleanest space with a bathtub and attached sauna. The actress even talked about the solar panels and settled irrigated vegetable garden.
When she’s put in so much thought and effort into making the house what it is, it’s only natural for her to ask for such a hefty price for the place, don’t you think?