The house Gwyneth Paltrow grew up in hits the market for $17.5 million

A Santa Monica house that was once home to Gwyneth Paltrow and her equally famous parents is now up for grabs.

That's right, Paltrow comes from a lineage of award-winning actresses and directors.

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Her mom, Blythe Danner, is an accomplished actress and Broadway sensation with two Emmys and a Tony Award in her name.

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Her dad, Bruce Paltrow, was a well-respected producer and writer known for his TV series, (St. Elsewhere, Tattinger’s.

It should then come as little surprise that Paltrow’s family lived in a beautiful mansion set in one of Santa Monica’s top neighborhoods.

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And that exact mansion is now up for grabs after hitting the market for a whopping $17,500,0000.

Paltrow’s parents bought the beautiful home in 1976 — when the Avengers actress was about 4 years old — and owned it for 30 years.

Built in 1913, the home is set in the upscale Santa Monica neighborhood of Gillette Regent Square.

With a generous 6,887 square feet, the house has 6 bedrooms, 6 baths, and one half bath.

It has a glass-encased formal entry that leads to an expansive living room.

Upstairs, there are 3 ensuite bedrooms — including a primary suite with dual bathrooms and walk-in closets.

But it’s the outdoor space that steals the show....

with its mature trees and meandering pathways, all leading to an impressive Balinese-inspired pool & spa.

Paltrow’s family sold the property in 2006, and a later owner was Jérôme Dahan, co-founder of luxury denim brand Jean Atelier.

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Credit for property photos: Simon Berlyn courtesy of Compass