She calls it her masterpiece, after working hard o ensure it is as eco-friendly as a property could be. But now Pamela Anderson is putting her Malibu house up for sale, for a cool £5million, amid reports she is set to move back to her Canadian hometown of Ladysmith.
The property includes features such as a sauna, luxurious swimming pool and home cinema, and is clad in environmentally-friendly teak boarding as well as several solar panels.
Speaking previously about the house, Pamela said: ‘It’s my masterpiece. My humble stab at perfection, with the assistance of a few green designers and architects.’ The downstairs of the property is virtually entirely open plan with the fully equipped kitchen leading into a lounge which looks out onto a terrace complete with a baby grand piano. The terrace sits above a swimming pool surrounded by loungers – perfect for those wishing to relax in the sunshine and peace and quiet.
Upstairs, the stunning master bedroom features a modern four-poster bed which sits in front of a huge window – boasting incredible views of the local scenery. Those looking to purchase the five-bedroom, three-bathroom family house might be impressed with the various electronic features which are controlled by the iPad touch panels positioned around the house.
What’s more,aywatch enthusiasts can watch the whole back catalogue of the series – in which Pamela played lifeguard C.J. Parker in the 1990s – in the home theatre.
The listing on Trulia.com states: ‘This amazing home will awaken your senses and allow you to reconnect with nature while enjoying one of the finest homes Malibu has to offer.
‘Walking distance from all things Malibu, this finely crafted, teak-sided home is perfect for the renter wanting to enjoy quiet, beach days while being close to the action.’
The Californian home holds plenty of memories for Pamela, who has lived there since being married to Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee. Pamela and Tommy divorced in 1998, and she continued living there with their sons Brandon, 16, and 15-year-old Dylan.