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The $80M Estate is Malibu’s Most Expensive Home, ever!

By Victor Baker


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Built on the old site of the iconic Malibu Castle, this brand new architectural masterpiece aims to break all records in Malibu, after it was listed for sale at a jaw dropping $80 million!! Set on 3.5 acres, adjacent to the gorgeous Serra Retreat, this expensive estate will offer its next owners some of the most stunning views of the Santa Monica Bay, Catalina Island, Malibu Colony, and Surfrider Beach – among many other things, such exclusivity and luxurious interiors.

The Malibu Castle was unfortunately destroyed following a fire ten years ago, but real estate developer and architect Scott Gillen bought this impressive property for $9.7 million and turned it into one of the most incredible homes in the entire world. Featuring a 400-foot private, double gated driveway, this magnificent estate brags about five bedrooms, six bathrooms, as well as a motor court and valet stand.

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The 10,500-square-feet home benefits from the touch of high-end designers Minotti and Bottega Veneta, who added handmade rugs from New Zealand and a 12-foot teak dining table to an already impressive construction. Furthermore, custom teak doors and cabinetry, as well as 80-year-old, dry-aged oak flooring are complemented by artwork by Ellesworth Kelly and Jonathan Burofsky that will surely overwhelm anyone.

Of course, there’s a lot of cash to be spent if you want to call this property ‘home’, which is why the feature list keeps on going in an effort to justify the $80 million price-tag. There’s also a wine tasting room, a game room and media room, as well as breathtaking 75-foot infinity pool, with a cascading waterfall. Oh, and did we mention the one year of concierge service is included?

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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