Pamela Anderson's Malibu home hits the market

This week in celebrity real estate, Pamela Anderson lists her Malibu home and Ethan Hawke puts his New York townhouse on the market.

Pamela Anderson

Malibu home: $7.75 million

Pamela Anderson's Malibu home is one block from the beach. Asking price: $7.75 million.

Pamela Anderson is downsizing – and her teak-sided Malibu home is on the market for $7.75 million. She bought the five-bedroom, three bath home 12 years ago, and if she sells at that price, she stands to make a neat $5 million profit. The 2,700-square-foot house was previously listed for rent for $50,000 a month. It’s one block from the beach, and the airy living room has a fireplace and enough room for a baby grand. The sleek master bedroom has a wall of sliding windows that open to a private deck. The roof terrace has a poured concrete fireplace and wide open views of the Malibu Lagoon and surrounding hills. 

Ethan Hawke's colorful Chelsea townhouse, listed at $6.25 million, features a wall of built-in bookcases

Chris Bosh

Pacific Palisades, Calif., mansion for rent: $45,000 a month 

Miami Heat basketball star Chris Bosh is renting out his Pacific Palisades mansion for $45,000 a month.

The Miami Heat’s eight-time NBA All-Star Chris Bosh has put his Pacific Palisades mansion up for rent for $45,000 a month. The six-bedroom, eight bath home has nearly 11,000 square feet of mock-Mediterranean style. The home has stunning views and a gigantic resort-style pool with a sunken banquette and fire pit smack in the middle. The living room is formal with columns, a trey ceiling, big windows and a centered glass front fireplace. There’s a screening room equipped with fat leather recliner seats with built-in cup holders. The billiard room is every rich guy’s dream and is separated from the living room by a built-in wet bar.

Sen. Marco Rubio

Miami home: $675,000

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has listed his West Miami home for $675,000.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., currently has his West Miami home on the market for $675,000. Rubio and his wife Janette bought the 2,600-square-foot home in 2005 for $550,000. They've picked a good time to sell – Miami home values are up a whopping 16 percent over a year ago according to Zillow. The four bedroom, 3.5 bath home has a soaring great room with double height windows and Mediterranean touches throughout. The kitchen has dark wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The dining room has large windows and wide crown molding. 


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