Former Bond Girl Ursula Andress Selling Vintage Beverly Hills Home for $2.5M

  • Mirrors for days

    Mirrors for days

  • Curb appeal

    Curb appeal

  • Vintage vibe

    Vintage vibe

Former Bond girl Ursula Andress is selling her Beverly Hills, CA, home for $2.5 million, and it's just the kind of glamorous abode you'd expect from the original babe to win the wandering eye of James Bond.

The Swedish-born model and actress had a long career on the silver screen. She's best remembered for her iconic role as Honey Ryder in "Dr. No," the first Bond film. She retired from acting in 2005 and is ready to leave behind her 90210 hideaway.

The 2,747-square-foot home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and plenty of awesome '70s vibes.

The living spaces feature a fireplace, parquet wood floors, and wraparound track lighting. The rooms are divided by columns and enclosed glass shelving for displaying valuable collectibles. Might we suggest the famous white bikini from "Dr. No"?

The master suite has rows of french doors opening up to views of the pool, courtyard, and mountains in the background. There is a fireplace and built-in bookshelves to balance the space.

However, the real glitz is in the master bathroom. With walls of mirrors, marble countertops, and a separate glassed-in shower, the room feels exactly like the kind of place where a glamour girl unwinds.

Of course, there's also a wet bar, which is perfect for making martinis, shaken not stirred.