Currently portraying a dullard contractor on the Matt LeBlanc starring sitcom “Man with a Plan,” Nealon and actress Susan Yeagley, married more than a dozen years, have long sought the sale of the home they bought in 2010 for $3.45 million. Beginning over the summer of 2016 and continuing throughout 2017, the property was on and off the market at prices that started at $5.3 million and dropped to $4.7 million, $300,000 less than its current listing price, before it disappeared from the open market in the first weeks of 2018. After unsuccessful attempts in both 2016 and 2017, “Saturday Night Live” alum Kevin Nealon, renowned for his role as a bumbling, thoroughly unethical accountant on the Showtime dark comedy “Weeds,” is giving it another go in Pacific Palisades, Calif., listing a casually luxurious home in the El Medio Bluffs neighborhood for $4,999,999, an amount more simply understood as $5 million.
An eye-catching, cornflower blue door set into an arched porch hints at the home’s myriad designer finishes that include white oak floorboards stained a rich, caramel color; silver leafed ceiling insets; and thick, double and triple crown moldings in main floor public rooms. Built in 2009 as an elegant Georgian meets classic Colonial mash-up and imbued with what marketing materials call a “contemporary flare,” the white clapboard-clad and white brick accented residence sits tightly on a .16-acre corner parcel with seven bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms in about 5,600-square-feet over three floors.
The Yeagley-Nealons previously owned a three-bedroom and three-bathroom getaway condo in a small, waterfront complex in Captiva, Fla., property records indicate was sold in early 2016 for $1.1 million, almost 2.5 times the $455,000 Nealon paid for the place in 1991.
There’s also access to a two-car garage, a small gym, a large laundry room and an en suite bedroom for staff or guests. A spacious basement designed for casual entertaining includes den with kitchenette/dining nook and French doors to a lower terrace with direct access to the backyard. A main floor office has custom built-ins and the upper level master suite offers a fireplace and a marble bathroom with steam shower as well as a huge, private rooftop deck with over-the-treetops mountain view, wet bar and cushioned, built-in lounge banquette.
Organized around a 14-foot long island, the high-end, chef-accommodating kitchen opens over a peninsula snack bar to an informal dining space and family room with cushioned windows seats on either side of a TV-surmounted fireplace. A wide bank of glass sliders leads to a grassy and unarguably compact, courtyard-sized yard surrounded by a towering hedgerow. Dispensing with the unnecessary, ersatz grandeur of the far-too-common double-height foyer, the otherwise ample center hall foyer maintains a sense of grace and intimacy with a ceiling height equal to those in the flanking formal living and dining rooms, the former with a fireplace and both with windows that extend from floor to ceiling.
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An exterior stairway leads from the gated driveway and two-car garage to voluminous, open-plan spaces with honey blonde hardwood floors and expansive, art-friendly white walls offset by generous banks of wood-trimmed windows and doors that fill the house with natural light and cool sea breezes. The family room opens to a stone-paved dining courtyard with outdoor fireplace and outdoor kitchen, a flag-stone terrace the house runs along the back of the house at the bluff’s edge with open, cross-canyon views and a rooftop terrace offers a wet bar and wrap around mountain and ocean views. A double-height entry with open-tread floating staircase flows into adjoining living and dining rooms that share a double-sided fireplace sheathed in beige stone while the spacious kitchen is arranged around a doublewide center island and the neighboring family room is anchored by a monumental fireplace sheathed in a watery grey stone.
Designed by architect Douglas Breidenbach, the charcoal-colored, three-story post-modern residence sits behind gates and high on a .4-acre bluff-top parcel with panoramic ocean, coastline and mountain views. Banks, host of “America’s Got Talent” and founder of the eponymous, ecomerce cosmetics brand Tyra Beauty, purchased the larger residence not even two years ago, in August 2016, in an off-market deal from former Xerox executive Bernard Kinsey for $7.35 million. There are five bedrooms, including a ground floor staff suite and a master bedroom that occupies the entire top floor, and a total of five full and two half bathrooms in 6,135-square-feet.
And, for now at least, she still owns a five-bedroom and 5.5-bathroom triple-story contemporary just outside PacPal’s downtown shopping and dining district she snatched up earlier this year for $6.995 million and she additionally keeps a suburban mansion sized duplex apartment in New York City’s Battery Park City that she’s tried several times over the last few years to rent and to sell. Banks, a property gossip staple who sold her long-time Beverly Hills home in 2016 for $6.33 million, briefly owned a two-bedroom and 2.5-bathroom townhouse-style condo in Pacific Palisades she surreptitiously picked up in the spring of 2017 for $1.355 million and sold earlier this month for $1.475 million. Last year the 7,000-square-foot city- and river-view spread was unsuccessfully marketed at $17.5 million.
Smizing 1990s supermodel turned talk show host and reality TV mogul Tyra Banks seeks to substantially downsize her substantial real estate load, listing two of the three multi-million dollar homes she owns in the exorbitantly expensive yet still unpretentious Los Angeles, Calif., seaside community of Pacific Palisades. The larger of the two homes is priced at $9.25 million while the smaller carries a $4.25 million price tag.
Open to the dining area, the center island kitchen is sleekly appointed with lustrous white cabinetry and a glass-railed floating staircase climbs to the second floor where a couple of guest bedrooms are joined by a master suite complete with fitted walk-in closet and two bathrooms, “his” with a steam shower and “hers” with a two-person soaking tub under a picture window. Adjoining, open-plan living and dining spaces share a three-sided, wood-clad fireplace and open through walls of glass sliders to a petite, grassy backyard with a free-standing, glass-walled pavilion perfectly suited as a home office, fitness room or art studio. The smaller residence, a sleek, two-story contemporary Banks acquired in the fall of 2014 for $3.25 million, has four bedrooms and five bathrooms in about 3,700-square-feet.