Fresh from filming new movies, Hollywood super-couple Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell are letting go of the Los Angeles mansion they’ve owned for the past 12 years.
For $7.25 million, the buyer will come home to colorful, comfortable surroundings in the celeb-rich Palisades Riviera neighborhood.
Filled with light from French doors and oversized skylights, the home features a living room with built-in bookcases and an eat-in country kitchen — in red, cream and blue — with a farmhouse sink and a giant center island.
Both rooms open onto the lushly landscaped backyard.
The 6,400-square-foot home boasts three first-floor bedrooms, including a romantic master suite with a fireplace, spa tub, dry sauna and dual closets. A guest suite offers vaulted ceilings and a large loft.
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Exercise in the home gym like Hawn, whose first movie in 15 years is due out next year: a mother-daughter flick with comedian Amy Schumer.
This upstairs room is where she does Pilates, jumps on a trampoline while recording for Instagram, and takes in the fruits of her efforts in full-wall mirrors.
There’s also an upstairs media room that overlooks the large pool, spa and entertaining area.
The couple sold their Malibu beach house a few years ago and continue to own a ranch in Colorado and a vineyard in southern California, both of which Russell discusses in GQ’s latest cover story.
He’s currently doing promotions for three new movies, “Deepwater Horizon,” “Fast 8” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”
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The listing agent is Kimberley Pfeiffer of Coldwell Banker.