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"Charlie's Angel" star Kate Jackson hasn't acted since 2009, but the exceptional actress remains a beloved television icon. Now 72, Jackson has gone through many ups and downs and called several houses home before moving to Virginia for quiet farm life. Let's look back upon the houses Jackson once lived in, and they're quite far from what you'd expect.
Jackson reportedly bought the 2,654-square-foot house in Studio City for over $1 million in 2001. The estate boasts 1.5 acres of private grounds and is an extremely enchanting country retreat.
The traditional style home features hardwood, slate floors underfoot and wood-beamed, vaulted ceilings overhead.
The two-story house has 4 bedrooms, including a master suite with his/her bathrooms and closets. The bedrooms give a Hamptons feeling and look extremely elegant and fresh.
Built in 1951, the property has been tastefully tamed, and new lush landscaping has been added. It's now valued at at least $6 million.
Jackson occupied this 4,300-square-foot home in Beverly Hills for just over 4 years and sold it for $1.9 million. The house boasts a guest suite, butler's pantry, and maid's quarters.
Jackson purchased this 1,900-square-foot house for an incredible $2 million in Santa Monica, California, in 2008.
It's a one-story home with just two bedrooms. Jackson lived here with her adopted son, Charles Taylor, for 4 years.
At that point, Jackson actually couldn't afford the home. To pay for it, the actress drained her savings account.
As a result, Jackson, unfortunately, suffered "financial ruin" after buying the property.
Jackson later revealed that Richard B Francis, the very person she entrusted with her finances, pressed her to buy the expensive estate.
Jackson also claimed that Francis was aware of her grossly overpaying for the house.
Jackson thought that her financial advisor hadn't handled her finances well, so she sued Francis for over $3 million.
The lawsuit was later settled, and Jackson finally sold the house for a mere $800K.
A source once described the house as "a hellhole filled with rat droppings, moldy food and heaps of debris."
After going through thick and thin, the former angel in her seventies has opted for secluded farm life and is rarely seen in public. Hope everything is well for her!
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