It’s not a new trend for celebrities to buy each other’s homes. Often, if one celeb likes a home, another star will find it just as appealing. Such is the case with Nick Nolte’s home. Currently owned by the veteran actor, best known for his roles in “48 Hours” and “The Thin Red Line,” the property includes Tommy Chong, Don Felder of the Eagles and songwriter/producer David Foster among its previous owners, according to the Los Angeles Times. Nolte has listed his home for $8.25 million.
What attracted the heavy list of stars to the property? Likely the secluded location. The Bonsall Canyon estate sits on two flat acres surrounded by sycamores, corrals and pines to create what Malibu listing agent Jane Kellard of Westside Estate Agency calls an “artist’s paradise.”
The home was built in 1963 and opens to a mahogany entryway with onyx floors leading to a living area with vaulted, 19-foot ceilings. The upstairs master suite features a sitting area with a fireplace and office. A lagoon pool, lighted tennis court and detached guest house with two bedrooms conclude the grounds.
Source: AOL Real Estate.