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This $81 million mansion is the most expensive in Malibu history

The Property Addict / Distinct Dwellings

Apr 19 2017

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This Malibu, California, manse is the iconic beachside community's most expensive listing to date, on the market for a steep $81 million asking price. this-$81million-1 Formerly known as the Malibu Castle, the property has been unoccupied since it was destroyed by fire in 2007. For over a year, it has undergone a luxurious revamp slated to be completed this month. this-$81million-2 In 2015, architect and developer Scott Gillen purchased the 3.5-acre property for $9.7 million, and has spent the past two years constructing the "New Castle," a 10,500-square-foot masterpiece that rivals its predecessor in palatial style. The main residence boasts five bedrooms and six baths, while a separate 4,000-square-foot guest house has two bedrooms, four baths, a kitchen, and its own spa. Soak in stunning hilltop views of Santa Monica Bay, the Catalina Islands, and Malibu Colony through glass walls that slide open onto several sunny decks. this-$81million-3 The spectacular home also features a wine tasting room, infinity pool, and 120-foot-long great room. And for the king and queen who value their privacy, the extraordinary estate is situated on a cul-de-sac at the end of a 400-foot-long gated driveway. Carly Olson, Architectural Digest



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