Jane Fonda, 80, has sold her impressive modernist home in Beverly Hills’ Trousdale Estates neighborhood for nearly four and a half million dollars below her asking price.
The property was listed for sale for $13 million in January 2017, just days before the actress announced her split from music producer Richard Perry, 74.
The closing price was just $8.535 million, according to Trulia. The property was co-listed by Jade Mills, Valerie Fitzgerald, and David Frank of Coldwell Banker Previews International.
Despite having only lived there for five years — the couple paid $7.3 million for it in 2012, per Trulia — Fonda demonstrated her emotional connection to the property and shared her favorite elements in a theatrical video created for the listing.
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Her favorite spaces in the 7,100-square-foot spread include the window-filled kitchen, the woman’s master bathroom (Perry has his own), her treehouse-like office and the room-size walk-in closet. “This is the first time in my 79 years that I have had a closet that you could walk in and see everything that you have,” she says. The standout feature to visitors, however, is certainly the all-glass elevator, which she says is “like a gem.”
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Fonda has had many guests in her time here: “It’s a great house for parties. I had my 75th birthday here. There were about 150 and we could have had another 50,” she says. A media room, music studio, wet bar, and gym round out the amenities.
Outside, the solar-heated pool is the centerpiece of a large terrace extending out over the edge of a cliff that also includes a fire pit and seating and dining areas. “At night when we have parties, it looks so beautiful when it’s lit up. Occasionally, we also go swimming,” she adds with a chuckle.