Scream series actor David Arquette has sold his plush trailer park-style Malibu-based pad for $1,450,000 which is built on the Point Dume Club park.
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer star initially put the swanky property under the hammer for $1.797 million in October last year but he was forced to drop the price tag by $350,000 to secure the sell.
Spectacular views overlooking the ocean and the Malibu coastline as well as saunas, a heated swimming pool, a tennis court and clubhouse are just some of the features of the two-bedroom home, according to the park's website.
Fantastic news! David Arquette sold his trailer park-style two-bedroom pad boasting of ocean views, a heated swimming pool and tennis courts for $1,450,000 after knocking off $350,000 from Malibu home
With its advantageous open plan interior, there is a spacious kitchen and living space on offer which is furnished in a clean-cut polished modern style.
The minimalist kitchen boasts of a breakfast bar, with three teal green stools, as well as a good amount of islands and a built-in double oven.
Magnificent snaps captured the extent of the luxurious balcony overlooking the picturesque oceanic views in the beautiful Malibu setting.
Happiness: David Arquette is very happy with his ladylove Christina Arquette (pictured in February 2018)
Work of art! With its advantageous open plan interior, there is a spacious kitchen and living space on offer which is furnished in a clean-cut polished modern style
So stylish: The minimalist kitchen boasts of a breakfast bar, with three teal green stools, as well as a good amount of islands and a built-in double oven
As well as chic and comfortable deck chairs, the balcony was kitted out with a wooden table and four chairs which of course would be perfect for guests in the summer.
Lots of light poured in from the gigantic windows to show off the amazing interior, where a striking red sofa and rugs were set up to provide the ultimate comfort.
Although the pad has just a modest two bedrooms, the master chamber was impressive in size as it was