‘Charlie’s Angels’ star Shelley Hack sells home for $11.4 million
‘Charlie’s Angels’ star Shelley Hack sells Santa Monica home for $11.4 million
In the latest example of Southern California’s seller’s market, “Charlie’s Angels” actress Shelley Hack just sold her Santa Monica Craftsman for $11.43 million — or $2.58 million more than she was asking.
Hack and her husband, director Harry Winer, are walking away with a huge profit. Not only did they haul in significantly more than their original asking price of $8.5 million, but they also paid just $1.6 million for the property in 1988.
The secluded compound sits about a mile from the ocean in Santa Monica’s North of Montana neighborhood. Across half an acre, there’s a 99-year-old main home, one-bedroom guesthouse, rustic barn and manicured backyard with a deck and pool surrounded by gardens and fruit trees.
A classic Craftsman, the home enters through a spacious front porch and features bright, column-lined spaces with hardwood floors and splashes of tile in the bathrooms and fireplaces. A highlight comes in the sunroom, a window-lined space with French doors and a skylight.
Five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms are spread …
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