Hollywood powerhouse couple Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have listed their Spanish-style villa in Los Angeles, Calif. for $5.225 million, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The property is located in the Pacific Palisades, a luxurious beach community, and the lot spans 13,000 square feet. The villa itself, built in 1929, has 6,000 square feet of living space and four bedrooms, 5.5 baths and a large open kitchen that opens up to the garden, according to the official listing.
But the home's crowning jewel is perhaps the master suite, which has a fireplace, private bath and a terrace with ocean views. Also on the upper floor: a private beauty salon.
Real estate blog Zillow.com described the home as a "comfortable mansion appropriately priced for the area," yet notes that it doesn't look like a home Hanks would live in. Curbed LA put it less charitably, describing the interiors as "oddly ... grandmotherly."
Perhaps it's because the home doesn't compare to the couple's $26 million modern stunner, which is also located in Pacific Palisades. Hanks and Wilson bought the 14,500-square-foot home from Hollywood producer couple Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy back in 2010. The couple also owns a third home in the gated Malibu Colony community, notes the Times.
The Spanish-style villa has been in the Hanks family since the beginning. The actor bought it in 1988 for $1.9 million, public records show, the same year that he married Wilson. That was also the same year that Hanks starred in the classic film "Big," in which he plays a little boy whose wish to be an adult is granted overnight.
Hanks is currently starring in the Broadway play "Lucky Guy," which earned him a Tony award nomination this year. Wilson is the Editor-At-Large for Huff/Post 50.
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