Adam Sandler’s Newest Home Has a Surprisingly Modest Kitchen
It seems that Big Daddy star Adam Sandler is actually really big into real estate. And his latest purchase came with an even bigger price tag.
Adding to his extensive real estate portfolio that he shares with wife Jackie Sandler (which includes well over $40 million worth of luxury real estate in the L.A. area alone), the 56-year-old comedian/actor shelled out $4.1 million for the traditional ranch-style home in Los Angeles’ stylish Pacific Palisades neighborhood.
But don’t let its small square footage fool you. Unlike his 2019 film, this is no uncut gem. While the 3-bedroom,2-bath house was built in 1947, the 1,840 square feet of living space have since been remodeled, complete with an updated kitchen and baths. The home boasts a spacious living room with a white fireplace and a black brick surround, a formal dining area sporting a candle-style crystal chandelier, and an all-white kitchen outfitted with sweeping stone countertops, built-in cabinetry, stainless appliances, contrasting gold fixtures, and an adjacent laundry room that leads outside.
However cozy it may seem though, the fate of this charming abode set on a small corner lot in a quiet cul-de-sac is uncertain. As it seems, the sale also included plans for a more star-worthy 7,600-square-foot two-story home. Although it’s doubtful the couple will move from their primary residence — a nearby 13,000-square-foot Pacific Palisades mansion purchased from Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn almost 20 years ago.
See the photos of Adam Sandler’s newest purchase here.