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Photos: Suzanne Somers selling California mansion for $9.5M

Actress Suzanne Somers is selling her Palm Springs mansion for $9.5 million.
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The sprawling 7,279-square-foot hillside estate features five buildings with seven bedrooms and 10 baths on 72 acres.
Somers and husband Alan Hamel have owned the property since the 1970s and used it as a retreat from the Hollywood spotlight.
“It’s been our private paradise; our LA getaway for so many years, our kids grew up here. We love entertaining on the grounds, our friends fly in from all over for a surprising south of France experience in Palm Springs,” Somers said. “We’re changing things up a bit now and have purchased a Steve Chase designed midcentury modern home on the other side of town. We don’t need 70+ acres anymore, time for a new journey.”
The property features five bedroom suites, an outdoor amphitheater carved into the mountain that seats 50, a pool, spa, hiking trails and natural waterfall among many other amenities. It is is reachable by a private funicular, on foot or by golf cart via a private road. Related Articles





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Ron Parks of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty and Scott Lyle of Douglas Elliman Real Estate are the listing agents.


Somers, 72, was born in San Bruno. She is best known from her role as Chrissy Snow in the 1970s sitcom “Three’s Company.” She later went on to author a series of self-help books.

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