Fresh off a big movie year with “Independence Day: Resurgence,” Brent Spiner is ready to part ways with a home he owns on a Hollywood-famous beach.
Spiner has put a “for sale” sign in front of his three-bedroom, five-bathroom abode near Point Dume Beach in Malibu, California. All it will cost you is $10.9 million.
The Spanish-style home sits on a one-acre lot in the resort area, according to The Hollywood Reporter, surrounded by trees of all kinds. It’s a little more than 5,000 square feet, and includes an upstairs office that could be converted into a fourth bedroom. But the master bedroom is the centerpiece of the house, which offers not only an ocean view, but a fireplace, a deck, and what the trade publication called a “luxurious spa bathroom.”
Spiner, of course, is best known to fans as Data in “Star Trek: The Next Generation” as well as four movies, beginning with “Star Trek: Generations” in 1994 and ending with “Star Trek: Nemesis” in 2002.
Point Dume is famous in Hollywood not just for the celebrities that inhabit the area, but also for its place in films. The biggest feature of the beach was showcased in the 1968 film “The Planet of the Apes” where Charlton Heston finds the remnants of the Statue of Liberty.