The former home of Anna Nicole Smith has finally found a buyer, nearly six years after the onetime Playboy Playmate's death.
According to NBC News, Smith purchased the Studio City, California home under her given name, Vickie Lynn Marshall, in April 2005 for $1.335 million.
Upon her death in 2007, Smith's daughter, Dannielynn, and the child's father, Larry Birkhead, moved into the home.
Although Larry and his daughter were living in the Mediterranean-style home in the years after Anna's passing, Smith's one-time lover Howard K. Stern, gained the court's permission to transfer the home to under his name so that he could place it on the market and provide money for Dannielynn's care.
Stern, who was cleared of charges in Smith's accidental death this past November, initially listed the home for $1.75 million in July 2011.
NBC News notes the proceeds of the sale, after applicable taxes and just payment for real estate commissions, will go to benefit Dannielynn.
Per the listing, Nicole Smith's 4,700 square-foot Mediterranean-style two-story home features wrap-around balconies with a generous pool deck that overlooks the city lights of Los Angeles.
In addition to the amazing views, the property also has five bedrooms and 5.5 baths, wood and marble floors throughout, a living room with dual fireplaces and an open area on the bottom level for a gym.
Also, in the home's entryway is a gigantic pop art-style portrait of Anna Nicole, who only got to live in her dream home herself for two years after purchasing it.
You can check out pictures of Anna Nicole Smith's former Studio City home below: