Steve Martin Is Selling the House Next Door, So You Can Be His Neighbor

published Jul 1, 2019
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The unique experience of having a famous, funny neighbor is in the real estate cards for whoever buys comedian Steve Martin’s $2.15 million Beverly Hills home. As celebrity real estate expert Erik Gunther puts it, the next owner “may eventually befriend one of the Three Amigos.”

Built in 1957, the two-story contemporary residence sits on an 1.1 cul-de-sac lot that is next door to the actor’s main pad, a property that actors Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays sold to Martin for $3.175 million in 1995. 

Obviously, there’s more to the home than having a legendary comic as a next door neighbor. On the home’s main level, an open floor plan encompasses the living room, which features an oversized fireplace. There’s also a modern, eat-in kitchen with granite countertops and a curved bar that leads to a dining area and patio space. A spacious great room features beamed ceilings and several sliding glass doors that open up to a covered balcony. In total, the home has four en suite bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The master suite has a huge bathroom, a large skylight and a private balcony.

The balconies and patio space all provide wonderful views of the landscaped grounds and the surrounding canyon. The home also has a two-car garage.According to the L.A. Times, the actor paid $995,000 for the home back in 1997.

As for relinquishing a portion of his residential space to a new owner, Martin still has plenty of other locations to escape to should the need arise. Variety reports Martin also owns a contemporary home in Montecito, Calif. that he listed for $11 million in 2015; a one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in a full-service pre-war building across Manhattan’s Upper West Side; and a custom-built stone manor property nestled in the mountains between Greenville, S.C. and Asheville, N.C.