It could take greater than “Six Days, Seven Nights” to finish a deal, however Anne Heche has positioned her Lake Arrowhead, CA, dwelling in the marketplace for $1.05 million.
Inbuilt 1956, the lakefront cabin final modified arms in 2013 for $899,000. Situated about 1.5 hours from Los Angeles, the holiday getaway consists of an enormous deck, lake views, and quite a few upgrades over the a long time.
Measuring a petite 1,440 sq. toes, the classic three-bedroom retreat consists of an open flooring plan, together with an incredible room with the unique rock fire. The eating space is adjoining to the compact galley kitchen, which features a pass-through bar.
Additionally on the principle flooring, the main bedroom options sliding glass doorways main outdoors. An ethereal loft above the dwelling house may very well be a visitor bed room or a bonus house.
The property additionally “comes with a single-slip dock in deep water,” says itemizing agent Kat DeLong, “and an incredible view.”
Anne Heche’s Lake Arrowhead, CA, cabin
Front room with authentic rock fire
Kitchen with pass-through bar and living-dining space
Main bedroom with glass doorways
The boat dock features a spacious lakeside patio, good for events or just having fun with time proper on the water.
Enhancements through the years have included new paint, renovated loos, new flooring, and an enormous deck off the lounge.
A path proper beneath the property results in the village, the native spot for purchasing, eating, and leisure.
The actress is on an actual property roll. After she and companion James Tupper break up up, the 2 put their Hancock Park–space dwelling in the marketplace for $three.95 million in Might. The next month, the worth was decreased to $three.7 million, the place it sits at the moment.
Heche launched her profession enjoying twin roles within the cleaning soap opera “One other World,” after which rose to fame with movies resembling “Donnie Brasco,” “Volcano,” and “Six Days, Seven Nights.” Extra just lately, she has starred in TV reveals “Hung” and “The Courageous.”