Comic Pauly Shore is looking for a buyer for his long-help Hollywood Hills home, recently lowering the asking price to $9.5 million. It’s a noticeable drop from the original $13 million Shore asked for originally (several years ago) but it is considerably higher than the $1.15 million he paid for the house back in 1996. (In the time since, Shore put the house on the rental market at around $27,000 / mo in 2015.)
The contemporary-style dwelling was built in 1959, but has since been updated and remodeled. The price comes with a number of worthy features, not least of which is the home’s unobstructed, nearly 360-degree views. The downtown cityscape, the nearby San Gabriel Mountains, the Hollywood sign, and the Pacific Ocean can all be seen from the 4,500-square-foot residence, which has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
The best way to describe the feel of the single-story structure is “indoor-outdoor living”
the open-floor-plan great room features entire walls of glass sliders. The walls are all painted bright white, and the floors are clad in industrial-looking concrete-gray tiles. A sleek, modern wood-burning fireplace located at the far end of the common living space is almost inconspicuous in its design.
The kitchen, tucked into a corner just off the living/dining space, is also outfitted in shades of gray, with stainless steel appliances and a large center island with a thick marble countertop.
A cut-out in the wall on one side of the kitchen attracts plenty of light. Throughout the home, the master suite boasts more glass walls that lead to a wraparound wooden deck with stunning mountain views and a sitting area. In the master bathroom are a double vanity, a glass-enclosed steam shower, and deep-soaking tub, as well as a dry sauna.
Set on more than half an acre, the property features an L-shaped infinity-edge pool (and attached spa) out back, and there is also a two-car garage.