Pamela Anderson is downsizing, and hoping to make a tidy profit while she's doing it -- by listing her longtime Malibu Colony home, and RadarOnline.com has photos inside the gorgeous abode.
As we previously reported The Franchise Tax Board in California claimed last year that the former Baywatch bombshell, owes a whopping $524,241 in unpaid taxes, and it seems she's planning to whip up some much needed cash by offloading her 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2,752 square foot home, listing it on the market for $7,750,000 – nearly $6 million more than she paid for it, Trulia.com is reporting.
The amazing teak-sided home, which is walking distance to all of Malibu’s greatest attractions, was completely re-modeled by the blonde beauty at some cost, which she appears to be trying to recoup by way of the substantial hike in price. Property records show that she bought the home for $1.8 million back in 2000.
According to the listing information, the property is entered through a stone gate, which leads into a small courtyard of olive trees and lavender and to a main glass door. It has an open living room and kitchen design with a top-of-the-line home theater and black baby grand piano.
The architect for the home was Phillip Vertoch, while the design was crafted by Josh Chryssanthou and Pamela herself.
As RadarOnline.com previously revealed, Pamela had tried to rent the property out back in 2011. However, it seems the $75,000 a month rent may have proved a little too steep!