Actor John Cleese has placed his three-bedroom oceanfront house in Montecito, Calif. on the market for $10,750,000. The move is just the latest in a long series of recent real-estate changes by the British comic actor. The Los Angeles Times' Ann Brenoff broke the story the other day of Cleese's listing of his house, which is at 1813 Fernald Point Lane in Montecito. And Cleese isn't being shy about himself being the current owner of the property. Listing information -- which you can see, complete with photos -- plainly calls the house a 'dramatic Fernald Point residence owned by the famed British actor John Cleese.' Features in Cleese's house include four and a half baths, a wall of windows, a library, open-beamed ceilings, and a master suite with a sunroom, a large walk-in closet, a dressing room, a steam shower and a soaking tub, according to listing information. The house also has a gourmet kitchen with a professional-grade Sub-Zero refrigerator, a walk-in pantry, a 'discreet,' temperature-controlled, 1,000-bottle-plus wine room, and Viking and Miele appliances, according to listing information. Outside are a guest studio with a sitting room, a sleeping area and a kitchen, and a beach patio with a fireplace, a wood-fired grill, and a spa, according to listing information. Cleese purchased the house in 1994 for just over $1 million, according to public records and news accounts from that time. He briefly had owned the house next door at 1815 Fernald Point Lane, which he sold in 2003 after having listed it for close to $5.5 million. Cleese has been on a buying and selling tear lately. We wrote on July 6 about Cleese's sale of his 15.47-acre Stalloreggi ranch at 2349 and 2351 E. Valley Road in Montecito for a reported $16,500,000 after the Los Angeles Times had broken the story. Cleese, who apparently sold the ranch to cellphone pioneer Craig McCaw's Pines Trust, fetched far less than the $28,000,000 that he originally had wanted for the ranch last summer. And as we noted on July 12, 2007, Cleese paid $1,400,000 last year for a two-bedroom co-op apartment in the building at 196 E. 75th Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side. We have a feeling that Cleese will be buying something more on the West Coast (although we're not 100% sure). We'll keep you posted on whatever else we find. Stay tuned.