Brooke Shields, the Blue Lagoon star/patron saint of eyebrows, has put her secluded vacation pad up for rent. But it’ll cost you a pretty penny to live like Shields does in the stunning mountains of Los Angeles: $30,000 a month, to be exact.
Tucked into a canyon in the Upper Riviera neighborhood, the five-bed, five-and-a-half-bath gated home features a chef’s kitchen with Viking appliances, white marble countertops, and stunning balconies off every room. The master suite is the entire third floor of the 5,345-square-foot home, with cozy fireplaces in both the bedroom and the bathroom.
From the master suite’s balcony, you can look into the three-level entertainer’s backyard, which includes a barbecue area, pool, and spa. The four additional bedrooms are comfortable spaces for kids or eager houseguests (and in this place, you will no doubt have many), while the home theater, lounge, and kitchenette/bar are also enclosed by wraparound balconies.
Shields, who just turned 50, snagged the home for $3.25 million all the way back in 1997, when she was starring in her NBC show Suddenly Susan.
But Shields isn’t making a sudden entry into the real estate market. Back in 2012, she and husband Chris Henchy sold their Chinatown co-op for $2.95 million. Meanwhile, she owns both a townhouse and a condo in Manhattan, as well as a lovely, historic house in the Hamptons that she snagged in 2013 for $4.3 million from football player Vyto Kab.
Images courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties (via the MLS). The listing agent is Dan Urbach.