He designed and constructed the residence in 1980, residing there for over 30 years.
The former home and architectural masterpiece of actor Donald Sutherland, celebrated for his decades-long acting career with roles in “The Dirty Dozen” and “MAS*H.”, presents a unique opportunity for ownership or lease.
Sutherland designed and constructed the residence in 1980, residing there for over 30 years. Now listed at $3,675,000 for purchase or available for fully furnished lease from March 31 at $12,500 per month, this coastal gem retains many of Sutherland’s original design choices.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom townhome boasts unobstructed Pacific Ocean views and features distinctive architectural elements personally crafted by Sutherland.
The main living space, with a vaulted ceiling and transom windows, imparts a spacious ambiance within its modest 1,484-square-foot layout. A gas fireplace in the living room, flanked by sliding-glass doors leading to a patio suspended above the Ocean Front Walk footpath, provides breathtaking Pacific views. Adding to the charm, a built-in bookshelf and desk face the seascape.
This 88-year-old Canadian-born star’s design acumen shines in this coastal residence, further enhancing his multifaceted legacy, which includes a Golden Globe win and iconic performances in films like “Klute,” “Invasion of the Body Snatchers,” “Ordinary People,” and his portrayal of President Snow in “The Hunger Games” franchise.