Actress Mariel Hemingway has listed her six-bedroom house in Westlake Village, Calif. for $3,199,000.
First off, kudos to Your Mama over at the Real Estalker for her excellent scoop on Friday about Hemingway's listing of her house at 1592 Indian Pony Circle in Westlake Village. Records show that the empty-nester Hemingway, 45, and her husband, writer-director Stephen Crisman, paid $1,085,000 in 1999 to purchase the house, which measures 5,580 square feet, according to public records, or 6,274 square feet, according to the Real Estalker, or 7,000 square feet, according to listing information.
Built in 1979, Hemingway's house has five baths and a gourmet kitchen with a center island and stainless steel appliances including a Wolf commercial range, according to listing information. Other features include a breakfast room, a formal dining room, a living room, an office, a built-in study/computer area, five balconies, custom cabinetry and bookshelves, crown moldings, plantation shutters, recessed lighting, and an oversize master suite with a fireplace, two balconies and a master bath with a spa tub, shower and dry sauna, according to listing information. Outside on the 0.47-acre property are a private tree-lined yard, a large grassy area, a pool, a spa, a basketball court, a built-in BBQ area, a gazebo and a meditation area with a fire pit, according to public records and listing information.
The house initially had been listed for $3,500,000, according to listing information.
Check out an online listing sheet -- complete with photos -- for Hemingway's house here. And take a look at the property's website . We'll of course keep you posted on how much the house sells for -- and where Hemingway and Crisman end up.
The couple previously owned a 2,082-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Brentwood area, which they sold in early 1996 for $790,000, according to public records. That house, at 214 S. Anita Avenue, was owned at one time by singer Melissa Etheridge and was sold by Etheridge's now-straight, former partner Julie Cypher to its current owner in early 2003 for $1,489,