The zip code might not be Beverly Hills, 90210, but Jennie Garth’s most recent home up for sale could impress even Kelly Taylor. The spacious 4,100-square-foot home, which sits on nearly an acre of hill-topping land above Studio City, California, boasts five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, and is currently for sale for $4. 495 million.
Garth and her third husband, Dave Abrams, bought the home a little over five years ago for exactly $2 million; it has since undergone extensive million-dollar renovations, all of which were chronicled on her 2014 HGTV series The Jennie Garth Project.
The property is extremely private, with remote-controlled gates, and a high fence and tall trees shielding the home from the view of the street. The exteriors are also unassuming in and of themselves: charcoal-colored walls and exposed wooden beams on the underside of the eaves.
A koi pond and huge cantilevered steps lead up to the front door, which happens to be a massive glass door that pivots directly into a spacious combination living and dining room area.
The main living space features an onyx wet bar and a fireplace suspended from the vaulted and beamed exposed-wood ceiling. Along one side of the room, an entire wall of floor-to-ceiling windows slides open onto a sheltered terrace with panoramic views over the San Fernando Valley.
Elsewhere in the home, a bright white marble and oak wood kitchen revolves around a center island, with skylights letting in ample natural light. The kitchen similarly opens out to the backyard terrace, where there is an area for outdoor dining and a cozy set of built-in bench seating surrounding a bonfire pit, all overlooking the city.
A family room with high ceilings and skylights rounds out the main living areas of the home; in the backyard, in addition to the covered terraces, there is a 90-foot-long zero-edge lap pool, a faux-grass putting green, and a sunken trampoline. The bedrooms each include its own scenic view, with the master bedroom just adjacent to the pool, with an entire wall of windows that open out directly onto the terrace. In addition to her Studio City home, Garth also previously owned a Paul Williams–designed mansion in Toluca Lake, California (which she sold for $4 million in 2013), and a six-acre equestrian getaway in the Santa Ynez Valley, which she sold in 2000.