It looks like is done Watching the Bay in Florida, as she's ready to trade in her Malibu mansion for a home in the Vancouver Island town she was born in.
After owning the property for two decades, buying the home in 2000 for $1.8 million, she listed her long-time sweet escape for $14.9 million.
The Baywatch star decided to move back to her home town following her surprise wedding to bodyguard turned husband, Dan Hayhurst, last Christmas Eve, Anderson told New York Post.
“I feel more settled on my sustainable ranch on Vancouver Island with space to rescue more animals," the blonde bombshell explained. "It’s still beachfront. One foot away from the water — and I’m lost."
Scroll through to see Anderson's enchanting Malibu beach house.
The actress' contemporary oasis is the ideal mixture of elegant design, sustainable living and the perfect beachside lifestyle.
The open-concept living space is complimented by the warm wood floors and details alongside the crisp white walls and decor.
The stunning gourmet kitchen is complete with a slab island and counters, custom cabinetry as well as the finest appliances.
Behind the cozy living room is a floating staircase that leads to the second-floor amenities.
The glass sliding door between the main living space and patio is ideal for any discerning buyer looking to entertain.
Talk about a slice of paradise. The master suite boasts a fireplace and Fleetwood doors, leading to a private balcony with panoramic views.
The serene backyard offers a custom platinum-tiled pool with a bar area and outdoor entertainment space, which separates the main house from the guest house.
The property emphasizes the Southern California indoor-outdoor lifestyle that all buyers crave.
The dry sauna is just one of the features that makes Anderson's home so desirable.
In addition to the home being privately gated, the new owners will be able to enjoy exclusive beach key access.