Actor/rocker/"America's Got Talent" judge David Hasselhoff and his former wife, Pamela Bach, today placed their marital home in Los Angeles' Encino neighborhood on the market for $5,950,000.


In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Hasselhoff's listing of the 6,148-square-foot house, which we previously wrote about back on Leap Day of last year. At that time, we referenced the divorce agreement between the couple that had just been struck that was expected to result in the house ending up on the market shortly thereafter. It took a bit longer than we had expected -- and the house wound up coming on the market for a bit more than we would have guessed.


Built in 1988, Hasselhoff's five-bedroom house, which is in one of the nicest and most celebrity-intensive areas of Encino, has five and half baths, a gourmet kitchen, an elevator, an office, a gym, a sports bar, a library, a media room, a two-story living room with soaring ceilings, and a master suite with a fireplace and his and hers baths, according to public records and listing information. Outdoor features on the 1.482-acre parcel include a grotto-style pool and spa with a waterfall, a lighted tennis court, a double-gated private driveway, a motor court and two private guest houses, according to public records and listing information.

Hasselhoff and Bach paid $1,980,000 to purchase the house in 1996 from actor John Goodman, according to public records.

List on the MLS for a Flat Fee.