'The View' co-host Whoopi Goldberg's longtime LA mansion is back on the market

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A year after Whoopi Goldberg sold her luxurious Pacific Palisades home, it is now back the market. 

The EGOT winner and current co-host on 'The View' bought the home for $2.547 million in 1993 and owned it for nearly three decades before selling it in February 2018 for $8.8 million. Before Goldberg, the house initially belonged to Vicki Baum, a famous Austrian writer known for the critically-acclaimed novel Grand Hotel. It was later owned by Oscar-winning actor David Niven.

Inside, the 7,000-square-foot home features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms. Additionally, the airy living spaces and beautiful crown molding along with extra-large windows create a casual living environment with a luxurious edge. 



Take a look at the decked-out home in the slideshow below:

The home is currently listed by Compass for about $9.595 million.