Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell are selling their Los Angeles home.
The couple - who have been together for 33 years - have listed their Pacific Palisades mansion for $7.25 million, TMZ reports.
Goldie, 70 and Kurt, 65, bought the palatial pad, which has five bedrooms and five bathrooms, for just over $4 million in 2004.
The 6,389 square foot home also features a guest suite and a huge pool and spa.
Meanwhile, Goldie recently revealed her children Kate Hudson, 37, and 40-year-old Oliver Hudson - from her marriage to Bill Hudson - and her and Kurt's son Wyatt Russell, 30, urged the pair not to wed.
The actress, who never tied the knot with Kurt, explained that the children didn't want their parents to ruin their relationship by getting hitched because they are "perfect" without signing a piece of paper to prove it.
She said: "About 10 years into our relationship we asked the kids, 'Do you want us to get married?' and they went, 'No!'
"They loved it, it was perfect the way it was. They didn't want any trouble, they wanted us to not be married. Every child wants to be married, but not every relationship works and that is the truth."
Goldie - who has been married twice before, once to Bill and to 'West Side Story' actor Gus Trikonis - also shared her perfect equation for how much time a committed couple should spend together.
She admitted: "It depends on what year or era you are in in your relationship. In the beginning you want to be together all the time. And then you get jealous when they are gone for too long. I would say in a healthy long-term relationship, I would say it would be great to be together about 69 per cent of the time. "