Quaid, 64, picked up the six-bedroom, nine-bath home in July 2013 for $5.1 million. At the time, he was in the midst an on-again/off-again relationship with his third wife, Kimberly Buffington Quaid. They finalized their divorce earlier this year.
The 6,100-square-foot home they leave behind is classic old Hollywood. Built in 1929 on West Sunset Boulevard, it is five minutes from the beach and surrounded by paparazzi-defying bamboo and privacy hedges. Mature palm trees give the home a subtropical, Spanish Riviera feel.
Its entrance opens to an oversized foyer with stone archways and a decorative indoor fountain filled with plants.
Just off the entrance is the double-height living room, with exposed wooden beams, arched windows, and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. The living room comfortably fits three couches, side tables, a coffee table, sitting area, and piano.
The kitchen has floor-to-ceiling subway tile, a stone island with wine refrigerator, Wolf range, and Viking double-refrigerator with glass doors.
Quaid has, with few exceptions, appeared in at least one movie per year from 1975 to the present day. Last year, he starred in the British sci-fi TV thriller “Fortitude,” and the widely panned, but profitable dog reincarnation movie, “A Dog’s Purpose.”
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