“She Sold Her Home For $11.8M To Move To Her Grandparent’s Former Farm”: Why Did Pamela Anderson Chose To Live Alone With Her 5 Dogs?


Pamela Anderson has made headlines with her picturesque lakeside property on Vancouver Island, Canada.

Several years ago, she took on the challenge of renovating her grandparents’ former holiday village after leaving her Malibu beachfront property, which she sold for $14.9 million. Returning to her childhood home felt like coming full circle after years of travel.

This captivating journey was documented in the new More4 property series, “Pamela Anderson’s Family Home Renovation.” Situated on six acres, the property comprises three main buildings: the Boathouse, the Roadhouse, and the Cabin.

The Boathouse, with its stunning water views, was transformed into Anderson’s envisioned primary residence. After completing renovations on The Cabin, attention turned to refreshing The Boathouse.

The final touch was The Pier, extending the property’s usable space over the water, aligning perfectly with Anderson’s affinity for the sea. The expansive pier offers breathtaking views of the British Columbia landscape.

Every aspect of the renovation, from the front porch to the rose garden, was meticulously planned to reflect Anderson’s chic aesthetic.

Maintaining her beloved imported roses presented a unique challenge, with not a single bud to be harmed during construction

The addition of a wooden swing added a touch of whimsy, while updates to the kitchen, including a second oven for family gatherings, showcased Anderson’s hospitality.

Even the laundry room was transformed into a space where Anderson enjoys chores, accompanied by a glass of rose wine.

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