The actress and environmentalist won a bidding war to pay $5.45 million in cash for the last remaining residence at a new Century City enclave in Los Angeles, California.
Actress and environmentalist Jane Fonda has paid $5.45 million in cash for the last remaining residence at a new Century City enclave in Los Angeles, California.
“We had multiple offers on (the property),” listing agent Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland says. It’s one of just 10 residences in the gated development. Fonda’s new neighbors include comedian Bob Newhart.
The residence has 5,730 square feet of living space that includes an open-plan kitchen with a center island, living and dining rooms, an office and a private elevator. There are four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, including staff/guest quarters. Topping the residence is a rooftop terrace with a gas fireplace and city-lights views.
Fonda, 79, an Oscar winner for “Klute” and “Coming Home,” is a co-star of the series “Grace and Frankie.”