(More Than) Three’s Company: Suzanne Somers’ Palm Springs Pad Is for Sale

published Feb 19, 2017
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Come and knock on her door: Suzanne Somers is selling her lovely Palm Springs home for $14.5 million.

The 8,826 square foot home is set on 70 acres of Palm Springs mountainside, overlooking the city. Built in the 1920s, Somers is only the property’s third owner. The estate has eight bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and two half baths across five levels and several villas. That makes it slightly more spacious than the apartment her character, Chrissy Snow, shared with Jack Tripper (John Ritter) and Janet Wood (Joyce DeWitt) shared on the late 70s-early 80s sitcom, Three’s Company. It also seems to be without meddling landlords.

According to the listing, some of the property’s features include: numerous indoor and outdoor living spaces and pavilions, formal dining room plus several outdoor dining areas, a two-room kitchen, a 5,000-bottle wine cellar, multiple fireplaces and outdoor fire pits, a sheltered outdoor amphitheater, a swimming pool, as well as various spas and waterfalls. Various spas and waterfalls!

The master suite is a separate villa; situated atop two guest suites, it has an “enormous entry, sleeping chamber with access to an outdoor shower,” two separate home offices, and a spacious bathroom “with custom heated soaking tub in the center overlooking a balcony and city lights below.” One of the closets has a “fully outfitted safe room.”

Built in the 1950s, there is a rock house on the grounds designed by architect Albert Frey. Inside is a “two-room suite with walls of glass, a fireplace, Balinese garden doors, claw-foot tub, rock shower and meditation garden.”

The actress, Thighmaster spokesperson, author, and Dancing with the Stars contestant has had this property (along with her $16.5 million Malibu home) on and off the market since 2008. If you dig her style, you’re in luck—the furniture comes with the house.