Arnold Schwarzenegger moves into a temporary home
Action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife, Maria Shriver, need their space! So while their Pacific Palisades compound is being renovated, the couple and their four kids are moving into new digs. The temporary house is 13,000 square feet and sits on almost six acres in a gated community. Built in 2001, the Spanish-style mansion includes a screening room, a library, an office, a gourmet kitchen, and a gym. (Local brokers Mauricio Umansky, Christy Hilton, Rick Hilton, and Rodrigo Iglesias shared the listing.) Schwarzenegger’s permanent home — yes, he’ll be back — includes four houses, each more than 5,000 square feet.