Dennis Quaid's Traditional Home Is Giving Us Serious Parent Trap Nostalgia

Updated 04/29/19
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Dennis Quaid's Pacific Palisades home may not be a vineyard in Napa Valley, but it would fit right into a remake of one of his most well-loved films, The Parent Trap, which was first released 20 years ago this July. The actor recently listed the Los Angeles property for $6.495 million after nabbing it for $5.1 million back in 2013, Trulia reports.

It's a traditional home that still features original Spanish architecture from when it was built in 1929. Located on a spacious 16,000 square foot lot and spanning 6114 square feet, the private estate is tucked away in the luxe Los Angeles neighborhood situated between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Inside, the décor and layout are just as classic as the exterior. With a wood-beamed ceiling in the living room, rustic chandeliers throughout, and a sophisticated formal dining room, the home is fit for both entertaining and relaxing.

In addition to two bedrooms found on the first floor, four are located upstairs, including a master suite complete with a decidedly unique mural on the wall. Outside, the backyard is fitted with ample outdoor seating areas, beautifully overgrown vines, and a large swimming pool surrounded by a herringbone brick deck. Step inside the gorgeous home below.

Entryway
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Staircase
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Living Room
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Traditional Living Room
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Kitchen
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Kitchen Counter
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Formal Dining Room
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Sitting Room
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Media Room
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Bedroom
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Bathroom
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Closet
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Master Closet
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Mural
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Spanish Home
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Home Exterior
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Outdoor Landscaping
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Backyard
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