Nick Nolte Lists Malibu Home - The Malibu home owned by actor Nick Nolte is now listed for $8.25 million. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom property has more than 6,000-square-feet. It’s also decorated with 19-foot vaulted ceilings and skylights, six stone and carved wood fireplaces, Italian marble floors with wood inlays, an onyx entryway and mahogany French doors.
The master-bedroom suite has a sitting area, office, library, mahogany-beamed ceilings and large windows.
The 2-acre secluded property includes sycamore and pine trees and a two-bedroom, three-bathroom guesthouse that used to be a recording studio when the property’s previous owners, including Don Felder of the Eagles and music producer David Foster, lived there, Keller says. Tommy Chong, of Cheech & Chong, was the original owner of the property, Kellard says. The grounds also include a lagoon freshwater pool and a lighted tennis court, which was grandfathered in to the city’s zoning ordinance.
Nolte originally bought the property in 1991, according to public records and, over the years, has amassed about six acres. Kellard says he’s selling this property because he’s moving to his adjacent property.
In October 2008, Nolte escaped a fire at the home, which was started by an electrical overload in the living room, Kellard says. Reports say the fire caused around $3 million in damage, though Kellard says no structural damage occurred. Nolte spent about a year fixing the damage, she adds.
Nolte has appeared in more than 90 films, including “Warrior,” “The Thin Red Line,” “The Prince of Tides” and “Cape Fear.”