David Spade Puts Longtime Trousdale Estates Home on the Market for $20M

While some celebrities change homes like outfits, David Spade has held on to this Trousdale Estates mansion for over 20 years. Records show the movie star shelled out $4 million for it back in 2001, with the Wall Street Journal reporting that he was smitten with its cool, 1970s look. Who wouldn’t be? It was designed by Edward Fickett, FAIA and built in 1978, a groovy time for both Hollywood and architecture.

Seeking to shake things up, Spade purchased a gorgeous Hollywood Hills modern in 2021 and is now selling his longtime Beverly Hills home for $19.995 million. While the actor seems ready for something different, this property is still as alluring as ever.

As many homeowners do, Spade put money and effort into projects here throughout the years. Spanning 6,426 square feet with four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, the home’s spaciousness is just the foundation of its luxurious appeal. It has a living indoor tree growing next to the striking staircase, a great room with 20-foot ceilings and incredible walls of glass, and a patio that looks out past the city all the way to the ocean. Glass is a cornerstone of the abode’s sleek vibe. So much so that Spade told the WSJ, “The house is just like a window city. It’s like, ‘Come over and bring Windex.’”

For a buyer with close to $20 million to spend, picking up some Windex on the way to move in shouldn’t be a major problem. Looking through the many windows, there’s also a tennis court, pool, and fire pit to look forward to.

Stuart Vettrick of Hilton & Hyland has the celebrity listing.