Pamela, who is best known for her role as the beach lifeguard on Baywatch, is selling her glamorous estate after deciding to settle in Vancouver Island with her new husband, Dan Hayhurst.  See: World’s best homes – explore the globe’s most jaw-dropping houses The 5,500 square foot home – located in a gated community in Malibu – is a Californian haven, surrounded by avocado and orange groves and boasting a sun-glazed rooftop deck and private beach access. Pamela Anderson’s house has a vast, open-plan great room, which spans the majority of the property’s minimalist ground floor, and includes an elegant dining room, and kitchen with slab stone counters. Meanwhile, a statement chandelier hangs above the living area.   The great room is drenched in Californian sunlight that illuminates the space through the wall of glass doors that lead onto the patio.  See: Living room ideas – clever ways to decorate living spaces A light wood staircase travels from the ground floor to the master bedroom suite, which is one of four bedrooms on the estate – one of which is in the one-bedroom guesthouse in the garden.  The main bedroom is complete with a private bathroom that opens onto a private terrace. See: Bedroom ideas – designs and inspiration for beautiful bedrooms The exterior of the home is no less impressive, with a large swimming pool and a swim-up bar that separates the main property and the guesthouse. There is also an outdoor dining area and a hot tub, which sits alongside a fire pit amid a maze of olive trees.  The property is listed with Tomer Fridman of The Fridman Group (opens in new tab).  

Where will Pamela Anderson live now?  

Reports suggest Pamela has bought a waterside farmhouse in Vancouver Island.  The property, which is nestled amid a six-acre estate, previously belonged to the actress’s grandmother before she purchased it several years ago.  See: Obama house: tour Barack and Michelle’s new Martha’s Vineyard home Pamela is no stranger to luxury renovation projects after she also transformed this Malibu home after buying the property for $1.8 million at the turn of the millennium.