Barely two months after they placed their traditional Cape Cod-style home on the market for $13.75 million, actress Jessica Capshaw (“The Practice,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) and her husband, Honest Co. entrepreneur Christopher Gavigan, already have found a taker. The buyers: Los Angeles real estate agent Jacob Dadon and his wife Andrea Fischmann, a nail polish heiress to the fortune of OPI, who doled out $13.3 million for the place in mid-June.
That sale price is comfortably over the $10 million the couple shelled out in an off-market deal for the unfinished property on a prime corner lot back in 2016. Probably best-known for her portrayal of Dr. Arizona Robbins on the ABC medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy,” Capshaw was introduced to the show in its fifth season as an attending surgeon and the new head of pediatric surgery. Only scheduled to appear in three episodes, her character was extended to the rest of the fifth season, and she became a series regular in the sixth season. She’s also appeared as in “The Practice,” and most recently starred in the Netflix rom-com “Holidate.”
And, in case you didn’t know, the Brown University graduate also is a member of Hollywood royalty. Capshaw, 44, is the daughter of retired actress Kate Capshaw and the stepdaughter of Oscar-winning director Steven Spielberg, who her mother married when Jessica was 15 years old.
As for the Pacific Palisades pad, it was ultimately completed in 2017, and now displays six bedrooms and six bathrooms spread across 7,500-plus square feet of indoor-outdoor living space on two levels that’s ideal for relaxing and entertaining alike. It’s also chock-full of state-of-the-art features, including a HEPA air purifier, water filtering system, whole-house audio, and ozone filtration and a swim-jet system for the pool.