Actor Nick Nolte has listed his Malibu 6,000-square-foot home for sale at $8.25 million. The home’s celebrity pedigree includes having been owned by Tommy Chong, Don Felder of the Eagles and music producer David Foster.
Nolte, who starred in "Down and Out in Beverly Hills," "The Prince of Tides," and "The Thin Red Line," hopes to sell the Bonsall Canyon four-bedroom estate that sits on two acres. The living room has 19-foot vaulted ceiling and skylights; there are six stone flat and carved wood fireplaces. The home has Italian marble floors and mahogany French doors and the master bedroom suite is accessed via a dramatic staircase. The master includes an office, library and two fireplaces.
There is also a two-bedroom guest room where Hollywood celebrity heads are known to have rested, and according to a press release on the property, where a number of classic hits were written and recorded -- including albums for the band Chicago.
Nolte, who is now 72, had this to say when he turned 70 in 2011: "When you start thinking about death more than sex, you know you're getting old." Somehow, we don't think he's quite headed for Sun City.
Jane Kellard of Westside Estate Agency has the listing.
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