Suzanne Somers is selling her estate in Palm Springs — see inside!

She's lived there with her husband since the '70s.
Suzanne Somers Palm Springs home for sale
Suzanne Somers and husband Alan Hamel are ready to sell their stunning Palm Springs estate.Cindy Ord / Getty Images

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By Julie Pennell

Suzanne Somers is saying goodbye to the Palm Springs, California, home she and husband Alan Hamel have owned since the 1970s.

The estate consists of five villas and gorgeous scenery.Courtesy of Ron Parks/ Pacific Sotheby's International Realty

The actress, who starred in famous sitcoms “Three’s Company” and “Step by Step,” called the property their “private paradise” in a press release issued to TODAY Home.

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“We love entertaining on the grounds — our friends fly in from all over for a surprising south of France experience in Palm Springs,” she said.

The couple will move into a Steve Chase-designed midcentury modern home on the other side of town. “We don’t need 70+ acres any more,” she explained, adding it’s time for a new journey.

The home is currently on the market for $9.5 million. It features a compound of five villas with a total of seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

The living room opens up to the patio and pool area, which is perfect for entertaining.Courtesy of Ron Parks/ Pacific Sotheby's International Realty

In the main villa, there’s an indoor/outdoor style living room with access to a covered patio and backyard pool area nestled into the mountainside.

The kitchen has a French country-chic vibe with dark wood cabinets, exposed beams on the ceiling and a tiled backsplash. An oval-shaped hanging rack hangs above the dining table area with pots and pans, giving the space a rustic, homey feel.

As a cookbook author, Somers has probably spent a lot of time in this room whipping up yummy meals.Courtesy of Ron Parks/ Pacific Sotheby's International Realty

One of the villas is called “The Rock House,” which was designed by architect Albert Frey. It features a bedroom suite with cozy rock walls and romantic floor-to-ceiling windows. A stunning whimsical chandelier hangs in the center of the room.

"The Rock House" features rock walls and floor-to-ceiling windows.Courtesy of Ron Parks/ Pacific Sotheby's International Realty

Activities on the property include a 50-seat outdoor amphitheater (carved into the mountain!) with a dance floor that doubles as a yoga and meditation area. And along with the pool, there’s also a spa, hiking trails and a natural waterfall on the hillside.

Imagine how Zen you'd feel if you lived here!Courtesy of Ron Parks/ Pacific Sotheby's International Realty

But even more impressive? Your guests can take a private funicular (a little train that goes up the mountain) to the property when they come over to visit. You can also reach the home on foot or by golf cart.

Ron Parks of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty and Scott Lyle of Douglas Elliman Real Estate hold the listing. See more pictures of this gorgeous compound here.