David Spade is saying goodbye to his longtime Beverly Hills home, which he has lived in for 20 years.
The actor and comic listed the sprawling four-bedroom, six-full-bathroom home on Thursday for $20 million.
Spanning over 6,400 sq. toes, the home is located on practically an acre lot. Spade, 57, bought the home again in 2001 for $4 million.
Located within the upscale Trousdale Estates, options of the home embody floor-to-ceiling home windows, views of town and the Pacific Ocean.
The home consists of a proper front room, an indoor residing tree, a dine-in gourmand kitchen, which was not too long ago renovated, and an elevated eating room, in line with the itemizing. The upstairs main suite comes with a loft, twin loos, walk-in closets and a terrace.
A sitting room contains a moist bar with seating for six, a double-sided fire and fast entry to the expansive yard, which features a pool, patio, hearth pit and full-sized tennis courtroom.
The transfer comes after Spade shelled out $14 million for a newly constructed 11,300-square-foot, six-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion on the Sunset Strip again in October.
Stuart Vetterick of Hilton and Hyland holds the itemizing.
“David really loves this house. From the moment he saw an aerial shot of the house more than 20 years ago, he knew he wanted to buy it,” Vetterick informed Forbes. “He’s only leaving now because he’s ready for a change.”
“There’s so much to love about this house,” Vetterick added. “But what really makes it exceptional is that unbelievable view. It’s one of the main reasons David fell in love with this place.”
Spade not too long ago had a stint visitor internet hosting the most recent “Bachelor in Paradise” season. Other roles embody an look on NBC’s “Mr. Mayor.” He is ready to star in upcoming movie “Hotel Transylvania: Transformania.”