Dennis Quaid’s movie home on a vineyard in Northern California may have turned heads in The Parent Trap, but it doesn’t hold a candle to his real-life abode in Los Angeles.
The actor’s Old Hollywood estate sits on a 16,000+square-foot lot in the Palisades Riviera. The original Spanish build includes 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, a heated pool, and gorgeous décor Nick Parker could only dream of (unless Elizabeth James was helping, of course). Although Quaid, 64, has sadly decided to list the property with , the good news is that this palatial pad can be yours for a cool $6.495 million.
The interior entertaining hub is inspired by the Biltmore Hotel, and boasts walls of windows, beamed wood ceilings, and a stone fireplace.
The kitchen and eat-in nook hit hard on the charm factor. A white tile backsplash, marble island, and industrial pendants exude a farmhouse vibe that can make even Joanna Gaines jealous.
Movie night, anyone? Two sofas, a tufted coffee table, and an HD projector make long binge sessions extra cozy.
Quaid’s sweet suite offers plenty of space for a seating area, and provides stunning views of the California scenery—including the 10-car motor court that's included with the house.
This bathroom continues the light, bright aesthetic with an all-white color scheme that feels straight out of a spa. But Quaid isn’t the only one who has access to a relaxing bath—the property also comes with guest and staff quarters, as well.
If privacy is what you’re after, Quaid’s quiet spot is just the place. A heated pool and spa are the highlights of the backyard, though the lush landscaping is equally as show-stopping