Longtime Hollywood star and environmentalist Daryl Hannah is hoping to make a “Splash” in the real estate market!
The actress has relisted her bucolic Malibu, CA, compound for $4,250,000, after first trying to sell it for $4,995,000 in early 2012.
While the sprawling property is a massive 17.6 acres, the actual living quarters are three teeny-tiny (albeit charming) structures.
Private and park-like, the home is described as a “farm, oasis, and retreat, all in one.” Once a nursery, Hannah’s property is home to many exotic plants, trees, and giant cactuses. One of the three homes on the property is an original 1927 river-stone hunting lodge surrounded by an outdoor moss deck; the home has recently been updated to include in-floor heating, large walk-in closet/dressing room, and an indoor/outdoor shower with a Japanese soaking tub.
The second home is a rustic and casual lodge, and the third is a bright guest room with 15-foot-plus ceilings and a loft with a view of the coastline. There are numerous acres of flatland, as well as a large, level, fenced pasture and acres of terraced, irrigated orchard or vineyard-ready land. Other earthly amenities include a deer-fenced vegetable garden, an ancient palm grove, tons of sunshine, and even views of the nearby Pacific Ocean.
Daryl Hannah has been a fixture in Tinseltown since she arrived on the scene in the late ’70s and became a bona fide star in the 1980s when she appeared in Blade Runner. Her best-known role is as the sexy mermaid Madison in Splash, which debuted in 1984. Since then, she’s appeared in a roster of other films that include Wall Street, Steel Magnolias, Northfork, and Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill franchise. She also makes headlines through her aggressive activism, which has led to her arrest – most famously in front of the White House in the summer of 2011.
Just this week, she made headlines when she was linked romantically with rocker Neil Young, who recently split with his wife of 36 years.
Ann Eysenring, Nima Sajadi, and Benjamin Forrest of The Agency hold the listing.