Julia Roberts is unloading her Hanalei, Hawaii estate to the tune of $29.85 million—and it's a big mansion. Huge.
The sprawling 3,792-square-foot property, nicknamed "The Faye Estate," has belonged to Roberts since she bought it for $13.4 million in 2011, as Zillow reports. Built in 1946, the home features seven bedrooms, four full bathrooms and is surrounded by as much as 9,000-square-feet of room for additional building, should the new owner feel so obliged to renovate.
And beach-lovers with $30 million to drop, rejoice: The property sits atop a 200-foot stretch of the picturesque Hanalei Bay. Roberts was in good company in Hanalei: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and cult film legend Chuck Norris own land in the area as well.
Julia's scenic island getaway is a home that is sure to be missed—although the actress reportedly has another gorgeous estate in Hawaii, which, well, should soften the blow quite a bit.