Melody Thomas Scott from Young and the Restless

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Young and the Restless star’s home on the market.

Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) from The Young and the Restless has put her 1988 Beverly Hills Post Office-area home of 18 years with her husband, soap producer Edward J. Scott, on the market. It’s listed for $7.25 million, and the couple bought it in 2001 for $2.3 million. Soaps.com has a rundown of the property. The two-story English Tudor-style home sits atop the Summit, with a fantastic view of the city skyline, the valley, and the ocean. It is at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and behind a 24-hour guarded gate. The home features stone and half-timbering on the exterior, and coffered ceilings and hardwood floors inside.

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When you walk inside you are greeted by a formal entryway and notice the two-story walls of beveled glass windows. The 6080 square-foot home has six bedrooms, 7 full updated baths, and a quarter bath. The fully renovated master bedroom is of the finest quality workmanship and includes two bathrooms, one with a large round standing bath overlooking the valley. There is also a dry sauna and a large walk-in shower. The home features wide hallways with ample storage, linen closets, and cupboards. Other rooms can serve as bedrooms, guest suites, nurseries or offices, many with their own separate side entrances. The kitchen features a stone-topped island with a sink and gas stove. There are formal dining rooms, living areas, a library, and a wine cellar. The yard covers more than a third of an acre and features beautiful landscaping and gardens, an infinity-edge pool, a hot tub, a cabana, a grilling and outdoor dining area. Realtors Carol Whelan-Garrett and Linda Riha of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices hold the listing.