Freedom Farms, a California ranch that was owned by Debbie Reynolds and where her daughter, Carrie Fisher, often visited, has hit the market for $2.85 million.
The more than 44-acre estate is located in Creston, California, which is in San Luis Obispo County and about equidistant from both Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Reynolds and her son, film director and producer Todd Fisher, owned the property jointly for more than three decades, according to the listing.
“The family compound was [the] site of hundreds of gatherings, sing-alongs and served as a tranquil retreat for Hollywood’s elite,” the listing with Home & Ranch Sotheby’s International Realty said.
The main house has 7,800 square feet with eight bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, according to the listing. It features high ceilings and custom tile and millwork throughout, with a living room large enough for a grand piano and a collection of instruments worthy of a Hollywood starlet, according to the listing.
There’s also “a private screening room where the family enjoyed watching a 5,000-movie library of Hollywood classics together,” the listing said.
There’s an additional 17,000 square feet of space in two outbuildings, part of which houses sound and recording studios. The rock band Journey recently used the space to record a track, according to the listing.
There’s also a barn, a lake and hot springs on the property, the listing said. Water rights, solar panels and geothermal heat have been added to make it a self-sustaining property, which also offers numerous agricultural and ranching possibilities.
The home has been on and off the market since 2017, the year after Reynolds died at the age of 84 after a nearly 70-year career on screen and stage. Her death came the day after Fisher, the author and “Star Wars” actress, died at the age of 60.
It was set to be auctioned in 2017, Mansion Global reported, and later listed for just over $3.5 million in 2021, listing records show. The price was reduced to $2.95 million in April, and the listing was removed earlier this summer.
Mr. Fisher, 64, did not immediately return requests for comment. SFGate first reported the listing.