[one_fourth]Size: 2,650 sq ft[/one_fourth]
Pamela Anderson is going to become a landlord. She’s put her Malibu Beach house up for rent at the price of $20,000 for a week or $75,000 a month. So clean out the couch cushions, break the piggy bank and dig through those jacket pockets and old purses and you might find enough to rent it for a day, or at least an hour and a half. She’s traveling so much these days and wants someone else to enjoy her “masterpiece,” as she calls it, and have a slow motion romp on the beach. (Remember the opening of “Bay Watch.”)
She listed her home on the Vacation Rental by Owner website (VRBO) noting it was pet friendly and the price included housekeeping services and a vegetarian chef for a little extra moola. Anderson decorated her home in honey-toned teak wood and white…just about everywhere, with a few accent colors thrown in for good measure. The photo quality shown is poor and it’s difficult to tell the dog from the bedding on one picture. Luckily, he has dark eyes and a mouth or you’d think the bed was unmade.
Despite her glitzy, blond appearance, it seems Anderson is a bit of a designer herself. She’s had many homes featured in top architectural publications. In fact, she co-designed this one with green architects Chryssanthou, Inc. From what you can make out from the pictures, she and her cohorts did create a beautiful beach house.
The home is in a gated community with 24-hour security, so you don’t have to worry about sightseers interrupting your vacation time. The exterior of the home and flooring, including the staircases and walls are all teak. The design is open space with the living room and kitchen blending as one.
Don’t worry about getting your money’s worth in the kitchen area, as every thing from the appliances to the cabinetry is top of the line. In fact, she even has push-activated drawers and cabinets.
There are a number of other amenities available for the renter. While it might be a kick to say you lived in Pamela Anderson’s home, played her baby grand and sat in the sauna watching television, even for just a week, your friends won’t believe you when you tell them you spent a few moments in the wigwam. The one that’s right next to the fig and avocado tree in the herb and vegetable garden. It would make a great tale for years to come, but for that privilege, there’s also a high price tag.
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