“Saturday Night Live” funnyman Kevin Nealon and his wife, “Parks and Recreation” actress Susan Yeagley, have put their Pacific Palisades, California, mansion back on the market for $5.25 million.
Mr. Nealon, 63, an “SNL” cast member from 1986 to 1995 and a main character in the Showtime series “Weeds,” floated the home on the market for about a month over the summer before taking it off the public market. It’s now back on with a tiny trim from the original price of $5.3 million, listing records show.
The dramatic Georgian mansion belies the couple’s typically whimsical roles. The stately home in white-painted brick with dark window shutters spans 5,200 square feet at the edge of the Northfield Street, and has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, according to a listing with Elizabeth and James Stein of Sotheby’s International Realty.
The home, built in 2009, includes grand period details like coffered ceilings in the living spaces, a skylight over the central stairs, wainscotting and embellished built-in closets in an office-library, images of the home show.
A 12-foot kitchen island fills the center of a large kitchen, with an attached butler’s pantry. The back of the home opens onto a large deck and landscaped lawn with a tall privacy hedge, according to the listing.
Mr. Nealon has owned the home for seven years, buying it in 2010 for $3.45 million, according to property records.
A publicist for the actor confirmed their home was up for sale.
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