by Georgie Mihaila
is back on the market, ready for its next star-studded act.
Set in the scenic outskirts of Downtown Palm Springs, California, the property is a sprawling 28-acre compound with five distinct structures totaling 7,280 square feet.
The Palm Springs compound, which became synonymous with Suzanne Somers, was her sanctuary for over forty years.
Purchased in 1977, at the height of her Three’s Company fame, Somers and her husband Alan Hamel turned this estate into their personal retreat away from the public eye
The late actress, who passed away in October, sold the compound in May 2021, after initially listing it for $8.5 million. Now, it's back on the market for $8.95 million.
The compound consists of a main house and four guest villas.
The compound — now close to a century old — sprawls across 28 acres and consists of five distinct structures totaling 7,280 square feet.
These include a European-inspired main house, four villas, and an Albert Frey-designed guest house.
Its unique features — like the custom funicular that offers an open-air ascent to the residence — set it apart from other comparable properties.
The estate, which Somers expanded and personalized over the years, includes a lagoon-style pool, and a natural rock amphitheater carved into a mountain on the grounds.
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