Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelly, each staples of top quality, top earning films and television as actor and writer/producer respectively, recently listed their Bay Area mansion for $29.5M.
Pfeiffer & Kelly acquired the 8.67 acre estate in Woodside, just 30 miles south of San Francisco in Silicon Valley, for $12M in 2004. This Spanish style home with 6,379 square feet of living space sits among lush, well-established meadows, landscaping and trees.
The house has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The master suite has a sitting area, private rooftop deck, two walk-in closets, and a marble tub with a steam shower for two.
The great room in the main house has multiple seating areas to encourage more intimate conversation. There is an elevated media/library area. Three sets of French doors open onto the main terrace, outdoor fireplace and cedar hot tub.
There is a detached, fully outfitted guesthouse that can be used for an office along with three separate studio apartments. A full gym and separate office sits among the trees.
Outside, there is an historical 1925 horse barn with 10 stalls and a fenced paddock. A bit separated from the horse facilities are a gated pool, spa and gated tennis court. Additionally, three fenced, covered vegetable beds sit among a large apple orchard.
Pfeiffer will soon be seen in Marvel’s “Ant Man and the Wasp.” Her film career spans iconic movies such as “Batman Returns,” “Scarface,” “The Baker Boys,” and “Frankie and Johnny.”
Kelly has been awarded 11 Emmys for his work as a writer and executive produces on “Big Little Lies.” The Practice,” “LA Law,”