Kevin Nealon Lists Pacific Palisades Pad for $5.2M

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The 'Saturday Night Live' alum's two-story home has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms throughout its 5,244 square-feet of space.

Kevin Nealon, widely known as a memorable Saturday Night Live castmember from 1986 to 1995, is saying goodbye to his Pacific Palisades pad.

Sitting on a 0.15-acre lot, the funny-guy actor has listed his seven bedroom, six bathroom, 2009-built home for $5.29 million. The Emmy-nominated comedian is set to make a hefty profit on the home if he scores his asking price: Nealon purchased it in June 2010 for $3.45 million.

The single-family, two-story abode stretches across 5,244 square-feet of space. White and bright is a constant theme throughout; accenting neutrals, white oak with walnut stain floors, large windows, high ceilings and double- and triple-crown moldings contribute to the airy aesthetic.

Sitting on a corner in the El Medio Bluffs area, Nealon's space includes a chef's kitchen — hello, 12-foot center island, private butler's pantry and marble counters and floors! — fireplace, dining room, master bedroom that extends onto a conjoining deck and quaint, landscaped, tree-lined backyard.

See photos, courtesy of OpenHouse, below.