On screen in the dreamy (and dramatic) soap opera world of Genoa City, actor Joshua Morrow is no stranger to the finer things in life. As Nicholas Newman, son of tempestuous tycoon Victor Newman, Morrow lives in the Tack House on the sprawling Newman ranch.
Off screen, "The Young and the Restless" star's actual home is just as impressive as anything the fictional Newmans might own. Listed for sale at just under $6 million, the six-bedroom home in Pacific Palisades, CA, features an impeccable interior design.
On the first floor, the formal dining room comfortably holds a table for 12 under a candle chandelier. A fireplace provides warmth, and a bay window adds natural light.
Off the formal dining room is an ample den with a tray ceiling and recessed lighting. Currently, the room houses a collection of sports memorabilia and three flat-screen TVs. ("The Young and the Restless" is on five days a week after all.)
The recently remodeled kitchen is large with top-of-the-line appliances and plenty of cabinet space. The room also features an arched range hood, coffered ceiling, and glass-paned accent cabinetry. The massive island and eat-in breakfast nook can comfortably seat the entire family for casual meals.
The master suite offers a vaulted ceiling, fireplace, and sitting area, while the master bath is big enough to fit most of the spurned women of Genoa City. The double vanity has plenty of storage space, including a welcome set of upper cabinets. There's also a walk-in shower and a freestanding bathtub, complete with a chandelier.
On the second floor, there are four additional bedrooms, including a nursery with a crystal chandelier and bay window.
While Morrow may be moving on from this home, we doubt he's leaving the Newman ranch any time soon. The hunky 41-year-old celebrated his 20th anniversary on the long-running soap in 2014.