The film isn’t the only thing Jane Fonda developed a high taste for – her homes, too, are praised for their effortless style and luxury design. Currently, Fonda and her music producer partner Richard Perry, are listing their current Beverly Hills home; One lucky buyer will purchase Fonda’s property listed at $12,995,000. Located in the coveted Trousdale Estates, the contemporary masterpiece overlooks stunning canyon and ocean views.
The 7,100-square-foot home includes a glass elevator that leads to the main level, which encompasses a combined dining room and living room, butler’s pantry and bar, office, and sprawling chef’s kitchen in a stylish yet warm and inviting environment. The kitchen, with verde quartz countertops, a center island, and breakfast bar, adjoins another family room that opens out to a terrace perched over the backyard.
The first floor houses the media room, with a full bar, cork floors, and a spacious gym. When you’re the creator of the Jane Fonda Workout, you’ve got to have a place to tone those buns at home! A his-and-hers master suite with jewel-like tiles, a steam shower, soaking tub, radiant-heated porcelain floors, and large walk-in closets is perfect for a power couple like Jane and Richard.
Located on a 36,000-square-foot lot, the home occupies a tranquil, resortlike setting with multiple covered and open patios, a swimming pool, a viewing pavilion with a fire pit, and a meditation garden with fountain.
Always the eco-warrior, Jane enjoyed the home’s green amenities, such as photovoltaic panels, a solar-heated pool, ecofriendly ventless fireplaces, thermal glass, double-glazed UV windows with motorized room-darkening shades, and bamboo floors.
Jane and Richard bought the four bedroom and 6.5 bathroom residence in June 2012 for $7.3 million.