Steve Guttenberg's Pacific Palisades Home up for Rent
"The Three men and a Baby" actor, Steve Guttenberg, is renting his Pacific Palisades home for $12,500 per month.
The 1986 Spanish essence home is a double story mansion spread across 4,366 square feet. Comprising of five bedrooms and five bathrooms, the place is a beautiful sun-facing mansion. Sporting complete hardwood flooring and huge glass windows, the spacious living room features a large fireplace and a wet bar. The place also has a gourmet kitchen and a formal eating area. On the upper level, a master bedroom and an office/study area each have a balcony that provide scenic views. The property also features a pool and a spa and a covered three car parking space, reports Realtor.com.
Guttenberg is an eminent actor/director and producer as well. His roles in high grossing movies like "Cocoon", "Police Academy" and "Three Men and a Baby" were highly popular and earned him much critical acclaim. His first movie as a director, "P.S. Your Cat is Dead" is an adaptation of a Broadway play and Novel. He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in December 2011.
Guttenberg is now busy with the post production work of his upcoming film "Affluenza" which derives its inspiration from the novel "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
As Guttenberg goes on a renting spree, plans of a sequel of "The Three Men and a Baby" are doing its rounds. In a recent interview with "The Talk," a show hosted by Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood, Tom Selleck revealed that a sequel of the hit movie may be on its way.
"I've talked to Ted and I've talked to Steve, and we'd love to get back together if they've got a good idea. And I think that's a good idea. But it seemed to be real and then disappear, so I don't know," Selleck said in the show.