Suzanne Somers’ Palm Springs home on the market for $8.9 million

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Suzanne Somers’ former Palm Springs, California, home is officially back on the market.

The five-structure 28-acre property is listed with Scott Lyle at Compass for $8.95 million. It was previously on the market for $12.9 million from April to June 2023.

“When you tour this incredible home with its amazing setting, it’s easy to see why it has been such a loved home by its owner and their guests,” Lyle said. “There is simply nothing like it.”

The nearly 100-year-old home is just minutes from downtown Palm Springs and has plenty of space with seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms across a main house and four smaller villas, one of which was designed by Swiss architect Albert Frey.

Suzanne Somers next to an inset of her house

Somers’ Palm Springs estate has been put back on the market for almost $9 million. (Getty Images / Kelly Peak / Fox News)


The listing describes the house as “a hidden paradise” that features 10 outdoor venues, such as a natural rock amphitheater. Additionally, “intimate walkways, large view terraces and secret patios are interspersed among the buildings,” which add to the “unsurpassed beauty” of the property.

“Terraced on a hillside naturally embellished with dramatically exposed rock, the estate is both impressive and inviting,” the listing reads. “An open-air carriage, in the form of a custom funicular, carries passengers up to the residence as panoramic views are revealed below.”

Arial shot of Suzanne Somers' house

Somers’ home features a main house and five villas. (Kelly Peak / Fox News)

The home also features hiking trails, a lagoon-style pool, an outdoor living room, a 150-outdoor light display and a two-room chef’s kitchen with a formal dining area and a secret wine cellar.

Open air carriage outside Suzanne Somers' home

Somers’ home features an open-air carriage that carries visitors to the home and shows off the spectacular views. (Kelly Peak / Fox News)

The pool and outdoor furniture at Suzanne Somers' former home

The house features a lagoon-style pool and an outdoor living room. (Kelly Peak / Fox News)

The listing promises the home “is the place all will gather for the perfect winter weather” and that it will be “the home you never knew you always wanted.”

Somers lived in the home with her husband, Alan Hamel, for more than 40 years before her death in October 2023. The house has been on the market on and off for many years.

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“We are looking for a different lifestyle at this point,” she told People in 2016 when the house was put on the market. “After 40 years, I think we all get an itch to change.”

Waterfall in front of Suzanne Somers' house

Somers’ home features a waterfall outside the main house. (Kelly Peak / Fox News)

“I want to build something very modern,” she added, saying she was looking to downsize after her kids got older. “Two or three bedrooms with large entertaining areas and, of course, another amphitheater. Once you have one, you can’t live without it.”


The outside of Suzanne Somers' home

Somers lived in her home in Palm Springs with her husband until her death in 2023. (Kelly Peak / Fox News)

The “Three’s Company” star died one day before her 77th birthday after a 23-year battle with an aggressive form of breast cancer.


“Suzanne was surrounded by her loving husband Alan, her son Bruce, and her immediate family,” her publicist, R. Couri Hay, wrote in a statement shared with Fox News Digital at the time. “Her family was gathered to celebrate her 77th birthday on October 16th. Instead, they will celebrate her extraordinary life, and want to thank her millions of fans and followers who loved her dearly.”

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