Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi Sell Beachfront Estate For $23M
Power couple Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are known for their property flipping expertise, purchasing and reselling homes across the Californian coastline. The duo’s latest venture to go off the market is a 6,862-square-foot contemporary casa.
Nestled on the coveted Padaro Lane with celebrity neighbors like George Lucas, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis nearby, the four bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom retreat sold quickly. Decked out with high ceilings, a tennis court and prime ocean views, this abode is the definition of California dreaming.
Click through to take a tour of the pair’s lavish, seaside escape.
With the Pacific Ocean in your backyard and almost 80 feet of beachfront, this property is a luxe, laid-back surfer’s paradise.
Large windows, sliding doors and plenty of balconies offer seamless indoor-outdoor living.
Eucalyptus trees line the expansive, curved driveway for lush curb appeal.
Deep plush sofas, an oversized rug and a roaring fireplace (far left) make an elevated living space feel extra cozy.
The couple’s custom neon sign that reads, “This is Another Place,” can be seen from the sun drenched deck.
A stainless steel kitchen — complete with a roomy center island and gas burners — leads into the courtyard for seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining.
A monochrome backdrop — filled with entrancing sculptures and potted plants — allows the fireplace to pop in this cool, enclosed space.
This serene bedroom is flooded with natural light, pristine ocean views and a balcony perfect for morning cappuccinos.
In the principal bathroom, a deep-soaking tub and double-sided fireplace are the main attractions, aside from the beach, of course.
Eclectic artwork is artfully displayed in built-ins on one side of the rubber-floored fitness room, proving that every room should feel decorated.
It’s no surprise that framed portraits of furry friends hang in the animal lovers’ guest bedroom.
Seamless sliding glass doors allow easy access to the gorgeous outdoors.
An assortment of wooden elements — like a curved couch, panelled coffee table and petite stool tucked in the corner — play with the negative space in this tranquil nook.
A gated, stone path leads to the crashing shore — ideal for sun-soaked lounging or a sunset picnic.
A private, lighted tennis court is perfect for a late night match to practice your backhand.
This California cool dining set mimics the hardwood floors underneath, creating a cohesive, sleek and simple design.
A vintage-inspired chair in a burnt orange hue adds interest to the otherwise minimal bedroom.
An array of cool, grey tones stun in this hotel-like guest bathroom.
Skylights provide an abundance of natural light in this walk-in closet fit for the A-list television mavens.
Lounge upon a rattan daybed that overlooks the detached guesthouse and bountiful greenery in this light-filled dressing room.
A mix of rich, layered texture and impressive artwork make this sitting room feel like a restful in-house museum.
A collection of pup figurines and a towering potted plant add plenty of personality to this guest bedroom.