Geena Davis’s picturesque Pacific Palisades home is officially on the market. The Hollywood veteran, perhaps best known for her role in 1991’s classic film Thelma and Louise, has owned the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom house since 2007, when she bought it for just under $4.2 million. It is presently listed for $5.995 million.
Situated on nearly half an acre in the hillside community, the Mediterranean-style abode spans 5,146 square feet and features plenty of eclectic textures and colors. The front foyer, for instance, features patterned antique floor tiles, while the adjacent living room has a highly unusual fireplace. It boasts the carved face, all in white, with its open mouth as the fireplace itself. (AD has learned from the realtor that it is the Roman god Neptune.) kitchen offers up a bright splash of color with dark gray stone countertops, patterned tile backsplash, and cabinets painted robin’s egg blue. The brick-colored tile floor adds yet more texture and color to the space. Other rooms downstairs include a family room with an antique carved stone fireplace and a guest suite with direct access to the backyard gardens.
Up on the second floor is a library with floor-to-ceiling built-in shelves and a wall of French doors which open out onto a small terrace. There are also three guest bedrooms (one of which features a Japanese-style mural on the wall) in addition to the main suite. The suite is spacious, with a vaulted ceiling, a separate sitting area with a tiled fireplace, and two bathrooms. There are also two walk-in closets, a private study, and a terrace that is accessible through the bedroom and one of the bathrooms. Out back, the covered terrace steps down to a sunny dining terrace with a built-in grill, surrounded by planted gardens. Tall trees help ensure the utmost privacy.