Hollywood actor Nick Nolte has listed the Malibu mansion he has owned for 23 years for $8.25 million.
The 48 Hours actor purchased the 6,000-square-foot estate, located on two acres in Malibu's Bonsall Canyon, in 1990 for $2.35 million, according to Yahoo! The four-bedroom estate is rich in rock and movie history. Previous film and music industry owners of the estate include comedian Tommy Chong, Eagles member Don Felder and music producer David Foster, according to the LA Times.
The house features "exquisite mahogany arched entryway with onyx floor opens into a stunning living area featuring 19-inch vaulted ceilings, skylights, six massive stone and carved wood fireplaces, Italian marble floors with wood inlay, mahogany French doors and windows," according to the listing.
The estate includes a separate two-bedroom, three-bath guest house, lighted tennis court and lagoon pool and spa. Mr. Nolte received a supporting actor Academy award nomination for his role in Warrior in 2011. He stars in the upcoming film The Impossible Dream.