Actress Jane Fonda and music producer Richard Perry have listed their eco-friendly home of five years for sale at $12.999 million.
Actress Jane Fonda and music producer Richard Perry are readying for a scene change, listing their eco-friendly home of five years for sale at $12.999 million.
Tucked behind gates in Beverly Hills, Calif., the four-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom house boasts clean lines, open-plan spaces and a glass elevator that services each floor. The contemporary-style home was built in 1961 and has since been completely renovated.
Beyond the eco-friendly double-glazed windows, motorized shades and bamboo floors, the home’s environmental features include photovoltaic electric panels and a solar-heated swimming pool.
Other details include an updated kitchen with bi-folding doors that open to a terrace. An adjoining breakfast area has a fireplace feature built into the window.
Downstairs, there is a recording studio, a media room and a diner-style wet bar. A wall of gold records pays homage to Perry’s scores of hits.
A covered patio, a meditation garden and a viewing area lie within the nearly three-quarter-acre setting. Views extend from the canyon to the ocean.
Fonda, 79, won Oscars in 1972 for “Klute” and in 1979 for “Coming Home.” Perry, 74, has produced albums for such stars as Rod Stewart, Carly Simon and the Pointer Sisters. They started dating eight years ago.