Tom Hanks is hoping to find a buyer for his Los Angeles home which he purchased over 20 years ago shortly after his success in comedy movie 'Big.'
Tom Hanks has put his Los Angeles home on sale for over £3.3 million.
The 'Saving Private Ryan' star - who no longer lives in the luxury property located in the posh Pacific Palisades area - is keen to find a new buyer for the mansion which he brought with wife Rita Wilson in 1988, shortly after he was nominated for an Oscar for his role in 'Big.'
The couple - who married in 1988 and have two sons together - have since upgraded by splashing out on another property for £16.5 million which is where they currently live.
They also own two other homes in California as well as a plush Manhattan pad on Fifth Avenue which overlooks Central Park.
The home is described by Real-estate website Zillow.com as a ''legendary'' Spanish-style villa built in 1928 and it boasts a private beauty salon as well as a terrace with views of the ocean.
The 56-year-old actor is set to have a busy year after signing up to appear in a number of high profile movies including 'Saving Mr.Banks' - a film about the production of 'Mary Poppins' - and 'Captain Phillips' which tells the story of the 2009 Somali pirate kidnapping.