The Hoff's house is for sale, but not for the price he preferred.

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge settled a dispute between David Hasselhoff and ex-wife Pamela Bach, putting their house on the market for $5.95 million.

Hasselhoff wanted it listed at less than $5 million; Bach thought it was worth nearly $8 million. The 10,000 square-foot spread, including two guest houses, sits on an acre and a half in Encino.

Judge Robert A. Schnider issued his ruling last week, but it was publicly released on Tuesday. Hasselhoff and Bach divorced in 2006 after 16 years of marriage.

Bach had also been seeking vacate her settlement with the former "Baywatch" star, arguing that he improperly allocated $1 million. Schnider dismissed that claim.