Three-time Oscar nominee, eccentric Hollywood legend Nick Nolte has put his two-acre Malibu spread up for sale – he has been living in Malibu for thirty years now. The property used to be owned by Tommy Chong, especially noted for the Grammy Award-winning Cheech & Chong comedy movies and David Foster, 16-time Grammy Awards nominee.
The long drive leads to a flat-roofed porte cochere and behind the front mahogany doors there is a striking eclectic collection of East-Asian furnishings. The two-acre luxury compound comprises a four-bedroom main house measuring 6,000 square foot, a writer’s cabana, a glass-blowing studio and a guest house. The main house, next to a den, features Italian marble flooring and French mahogany doors, and its living room boasts vaulted ceilings and skylights. The master bedroom, the sitting area and the office feature fireplaces and offer smashing views of whole compound. The property also includes tennis and basketball courts, swimming pool and spa.
The cinema star will be left with the adjoining gated 2-acre mini-compound which he has owned since 1982.