Pamela Anderson is moving out of Malibu after putting her three-bedroom home on the market for $7.7 million.
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The actress has owned the property since 2000 and she has spent a small fortune turning it into an eco-home, adding sustainable teak decor and solar panels. If the pad goes for the current market price, Anderson will make a killing - property website RealEStalker.com reports she paid $1.8 million for the place 13 years ago.
The Malibu Colony property was designed by architect Philip Vertoch in the late 1950s.
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Anderson previously put the place up for rent in 2011 for $75,000 a month and she placed it available for lease last year. Earlier this week, the former "Baywatch" star posted photos of the home on her Twitter page in a bid to boost interest and speed up the sale.