Jane Seymour is living the fancy life! If you haven’t seen photos inside the actress’ home, then look no further. The former Live and Let Die star resides in a luxurious oceanfront property in Malibu, California.
Jane’s enviable residence sits on a coastal hill overlooking the ocean and boasts more than 6,300 square feet. The Tudor-style abode features various bedrooms and bathrooms, multiple living areas, a flawless kitchen, rooms for entertainment and much more.
You can often find Jane hanging out at her lavish estate, whether she’s working from the comfort of her family room or relaxing in bed. In November, the British actress gave a glimpse inside her kitchen while getting ready for her Thanksgiving celebration.
“The preparation begins now!” she captioned a clip of her cooking. “As promised, here is the video of me making chef Roland Passot’s delicious stuffing! I’m a messy cook, but we got there in the end, this dish was sooo tasty!”
In addition to her eye-catching interior, Jane’s mansion also includes a mesmerizing outdoor area. In her backyard, you can find space for dining on the patio, a massive pool and plenty of lush grass. The Somewhere in Time star’s pad also has a large garden that she likes to tend to over the spring and summer.
Out of all the space she has in her home, Jane revealed her favorite place to be is her bedroom. While chatting with the Los Angeles Times in October 2019, the Golden Globe winner explained why she prefers to spend time in her master bedroom.
“It’s my cocoon. This is where I contemplate life,” she told the outlet. “It’s where I wake up and see the magnificence of the world around me — that beautiful ocean, nature, the birds flying, and the dolphins jumping, and the whales spouting, and I just feel an enormous sense of gratitude.”
Jane’s bedroom offers a gorgeous view of her backyard and ocean, but most of the star’s home gives off a warm and relaxing vibe. Jane said it was her goal to “bring the outside in” while decorating the residence.
“My aesthetic is [to] have a place that I feel like I’m not closed in, that I’m part of the universe,” she shared. “As far as color, I like the off-white palette because the color I want in here is in the artwork and people’s faces and clothing and flowers and photographs.”
Scroll through the gallery below to see photos inside Jane’s Malibu pad!