An extensive renovation has now rendered the actor’s one-time home even more stylish.
The hip-hop legend originally bought the SoCal pad for $4.8 million back in 2000.
The 10,698 square foot home sits on 3.6 acres in the tony enclave’s Paradise Cove.
The Canadian comedian owned the charming California pad during the ‘90s.
The three-floor oasis will offer 25 rooms, a spa and 200 acres of serene surroundings.
The Ryokan Retreat experience offers several perks at Nobu’s Malibu and Palo Alto hotels.
The Ranch’s new outpost outside of Rome brings Californian fitness to the continent. Did anything get lost in translation?