Australian actor and director Simon Baker has listed a Californian home he owned with former wife Rebecca Rigg for more than $8 million ($US6,295,000) as they finalise their split.
The New England traditional-style house at 425 23rd Street, Santa Monica, was put on the market in late February, following confirmation by Baker, 51, and Rigg, 53, that they were divorcing after 23 years of marriage.
The glamour couple reportedly separated in April last year, confirming the split in January.
Baker, best known for his role in the TV series The Mentalist and a role as one of the leading men in the movie The Devil Wears Prada, has owned the property since 2007.
Back then, he paid $US4.65 million for the six-bedroom home on 446 square metres of land.
The home has a rustic farmhouse style with high ceilings, skylights, open and airy bedrooms and also features four-and-a-half bathrooms.
It also has a large outdoor entertaining area and a pool.
The palette of navy, grey and white is carried throughout the home, with a large set of navy entrance gates keeping the property private.
Baker, who recently starred in Australian ‘meat pie western’ High Ground, has lived in the US since the mid-1990s.
He met Rigg, also an actor, on a blind date in 1991, and they married in 1998. They have three children Stella, 27, Claude, 22 and Harry, 19.
According to the entertainment news website, The Dirt, Baker and Rigg owned another home a few blocks away from the New England Traditional – a three-bedroom home which they bought in 2006 for just over $US2.6 million and sold in 2008 for almost $2.9 million.
The couple had also owned a property in Malibu’s Point Dume, which they bought in 2001 for $US1.65 million and sold in 2005 for $US5,185,000.
The Santa Monica home is listed through Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California’s David Offer.