Actress Michelle Pfeiffer and her husband, TV producer/writer David E. Kelley, have just settled into their brand new $22.3 million home in Los Angeles’ Pacific Palisades neighborhood. Since the deal was confirmed off-the-market, specific details remain somewhat hush hush, but here’s what we know. The over 10,300-square-foot mansion features six bedrooms, eleven baths, a pool, gym and four-car garage. Click through to have an insider look at the legendary actress’ new digs!
The stunning Old World-inspired home was designed by Steve Giannetti, one of L.A.’s most renowned architects. He specializes in classical-style mansions that offer a modern twist. It’s hard to believe this stunning entrance isn’t a château in Southern France!
The open-concept kitchen is outfitted with light wood cabinets and marble countertops. The large space is perfect for cooking large meals and entertaining guests, while overlooking the sweeping views of the city.
Another angle of the kitchen shows a secondary wood island with bar seating for more casual, everyday meals.
A spacious living room decked in muted tones is a picture of serenity and class. Rustic wooden beams adds a touch of farmhouse flair.
Disappearing pocket doors are the perfect way to blur the lines between the indoor and outdoor living. On warmer days, this feature is great for easy access to the pool and allowing a nice breeze to flow throughout the space.
A hotel-like great room boasts striking views of the Riviera neighborhood and has ample seating to choose from.
If the gorgeous interiors didn’t sell you on the property, this home features a large infinity pool and expansive outdoor area.
The property is within the Riviera, one of the more expensive and celeb-saturated areas in the Palisades. Some of Pfeiffer’s neighbors are Larry David and Ben Affleck.
The vast land surrounding the property offers panoramic views from every corner of the home. Beautiful purple blooms create a beautiful awning on the principal bedroom’s balcony.
The principal ensuite is wrapped in white marble detailing. A free-standing bathtub in front of a large window is the perfect spot to indulge in some self-care after a long day on set.
A modest-sized gym — great for yoga and pilates — can be found on the lower level of the home. Glass doors allow for a full view of the fully-stocked wine cellar.
The property’s four-car garage is not your run-of-the-mill parking lot. This space is meant to feature the many gorgeous vehicles the A-list couple has collected over the years.