Actress Michelle Pfeiffer and her husband, producer David Kelley, put a refined residence in Pacific Palisades up for sale this summer. The couple is asking $25 million for the seven-bedroom home. They purchased the home brand new about eighteen months ago.
The breezy, Italian-inspired, 10,329 sq. ft. contemporary house dates to 2019. Its façade is dressed up with a rusticated stone entry surround, and the interiors feature more than a few rustic touches, exposed beams and a stone accent wall among them.
There’s a variety of wood tones at work in this house, and colors that suggest traditional tones of the Italian countryside. Keeping it up to date are Fleetwood doors, which open the common area broadly to the property exterior, and the Riviera Country Club golf course views.
Highlights among individual rooms include the kitchen, which features a multi-island design and a LaCanche range. Amenities in the home include a large entertainment space and lounge, with a wet bar and a home theater.
An upper floor terrace overlooks the serene lifestyle of the community. The lot measures .36 acres, with the backyard recreation area featuring a large lawn, a pergola-covered patio, and a pool.
Other properties associated with Pfeiffer and Kelley that have appeared on the market in the last few years include their San Mateo County estate, which found a new owner about a year and a half ago, and changed hands for $22 million.
Pfeiffer’s upcoming projects include Marvel superhero film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, with Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas.
Kelley—co-creator of Doogie Howser, M.D.—has a few irons in the streaming fire. They include Goliath (Amazon Video), with Billy Bob Thornton; Big Shot (Disney+), with John Stamos; The Lincoln Lawyer (Netflix), with Neve Campbell; and Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu), with Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy. His current projects also include ABC’s Big Sky. He is credited as creator, writer, and producer on all shows.