Monday Mish Mash: Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell

Like David Spade, after a long slog on the real estate merry-go-round Hollywood royals Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn have finally unloaded their Balinese contemporary beach front house in Malibu (CA) for many millions less than they originally wanted.

After years of putting the mini-compound up as a summer rental at $80-95,000 per month, the couple listed their house on rapidly disappearing Broad Beach in July 2011 on the open market with an asking price of $14,749,000. By May 2012 the price had plummeted to $11,200,000 and by September (2012) the priced had tumbled even further to $9,950,000.

Property records now show the couple sold the gated, Gus Duffy re-designed residence—with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms plus a two-room guest house above the two-car garage—in mid-July (2013) for $9,500,000.

source: Redfin
listing photos: Coldwell Banker Previews International

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Two houses away from the Hannah Montana TV house…

  2. Sandpiper says:

    My heart’s not bleeding over her real estate turmoil.

    Ever since I heard Ms. Hawn trashing on about the very classy Jane Seymour at the old Sand Castle (now Paradise Beach Cafe) one evening (glunk, glunk, glunk?) — and loud enough for the entire dining room to hear — what goes around comes around(oops). Leaving it at that.

  3. Anonymous says:

    As long as California has the weather they have the rich the not so rich and the super duper rich will always live there and move there. I go to Dallas a lot and stay in Preston Hollow, and once you leave the nice houses, it turns to crap. Texas is pretty crappy in general. Just hot, flat and boring.

    And the end of the day, nice temperate climates, oceans and so on beat out everything.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hey I’d pay 9.5 million for land that will soon disappear any day, wouldn’t you? LOL

  5. Alan W. says:

    What I want to know anonymous up there is where do you get your facts about people fleeing CA like rats from the Titanic?

    People leave and come to California every day. Rich people, poor people and every income level in between.

    In case you care, and I’m sure you don’t, Here’s a link to a demographic report put together for the 2013-14 Governor’s Budget Report. Have a read. You might learn something.

  6. Anonymous says:

    LMAO FP the problem is the billionaires can not sustain the rest of the population that pays nothing and takes everything. But it is good to know where you reside.

  7. FalseProfit says:

    Nobody is leaving California. That’s a bunch of bullshit right wing propaganda. We have more billionaires in the Bay Area alone than almost any other state.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Their jumping like rats from the titanic out of CA it seems?

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