Whoopi Goldberg's Pacific Palisades home might be an old pedigreed estate, but is brand new on the property market and ready to be sold at $9,595 million.
The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home had actors and authors alike call it their own before Whoopi first bought it in 1993 for $2,547 million.
The Moderne-style property dates back to 1933 when it was built for the Austrian writer Vicki Baum, who famously wrote the novel "Grand Hotel."
The Oscar-winning actor, David Nivens famous for "Around the World in 80 Days" and "The Pink Panther" later took over ownership before Whoopi became the latest high-profile tenant of the approximately 7,000-square-foot home.
Sweeping living spaces flow across two stories with crown moldings and checkered floors, while onyx finishes and stone fireplaces add old-world charm.
The mansion has a formal entry, a dining room and a pub under beamed ceilings, an indoor-outdoor living room, and a kitchen that looks out over the swimming pool situated at the back.
The master bedroom on the top floor has its own rounded lounge overlooking the landscaped garden, and the property also features a detached guesthouse.
Not the first time Whoopi had the house for sale, she initially sold it for $8.8 million in February 2018, and Dan Ubach of Compass currently holds the listing.
Whoopi's long list of achievements as an actress and comedian earned her not only a string of awards such as a Tony, two Emmys, a Grammy, two Golden Globes, and an Oscar but also the net worth to enjoy the lifestyle of her choice.
According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, Whoopi stands at an impressive estimation of $45 million, which includes her roughly $5 million per year for co-hosting on "The View."
Since joining the morning talk show in 2007, Whoopi published her book "If Someone Says 'You Complete Me,' Run!"
She became an active LGBTQ activist while also starting a business with a medical marijuana brand, Om Edibles founder, Maya Elisabeth, and Whoopi most recently stars in the newly released movie "Nobody's Fool."
Whoopi also made another exciting announcement via social media last week, when she revealed that she would be reprising one of her most legendary roles to date.
The actress returns to her character Deloris Van Cartier in "Sister Act: The Musical," which will make its rounds in London in July next year.
August 18, 2019