Steve Martin selling in SoCal

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Steve Martin has placed a lovely Beverly Hills, CA, home on the market, according to the Los Angeles Times. Listed for $2.15 million, the home adjoins Martin’s main home. If you’ve ever wanted to be neighbors with an actor and comedy legend, now’s your chance.

Sitting on a 1.1-acre lot in a cul-de-sac, the light-filled contemporary home features an open floor plan, including a great room, living room, and dining area with sliding glass doors. A modern kitchen with a curved bar opens out to a breakfast area and patio.

There are four en suite bedrooms, include the master suite with a spacious bath and private balcony.

Steve Martin’s Beverly Hills, CA, home


Great room with sliding glass doors


Kitchen with curved counters


Master suite with balcony


Brick patio


Outside you’ll find lush landscaping, brick patios, and balconies with canyon views. A two-car garage completes the property.

The “wild and crazy” homeowner has made real estate headlines before. In 2015, the funnyman listed his 1970s concrete compound in Santa Barbara for $11 million. The 6-acre spread offered ocean views, a guesthouse, and a pool.

That same year, he sold a vacation retreat in St. Barts that had been listed for $7.78 million. The four-bedroom hilltop villa featured a two-tiered swimming pool, ocean views, and a covered outdoor entertaining area.

Now 73, the banjo-playing, stand-up comedian is also known for acting in movies such as “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” “Three Amigos,” and “The Jerk.” Martin—also a novelist, playwright, and filmmaker—has hosted “Saturday Night Live” some 15 times.

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