This oceanfront architectural style compound is located at 22314 Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, CA and situated on Carbon Beach with 151 feet of beach frontage. It was built in 1992 and is composed of 3 pavilions and is a blend of contemporary and traditional architecture. There is a total of 10,317 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The main house features a 3-story rotunda foyer with skylight and spacious living areas. The screening pavilion is a barreled vaulted structure covered with a copper roof and copper awnings. This room serves as a family den when not being used for screenings. The third pavilion of the compound is the two story guest house. It consists of a living room, built in bar, bedroom suite, additional bedroom/gym and a bedroom downstairs. Upstairs there is a bedroom suite and sunning deck. The guest house opens to a covered veranda bordering the pool flanked by a gazebo for outdoor dining. The estate is listed at $50,000,000.

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  • Tony

    Very unique and cool. I love the bedroom.




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  • Grrrowler

    I think it’s a cool house. However, the Michael Graves style looks somewhat dated. That said, I think it may age well over the coming decades. As for the interior, the spaces themselves are great, but the interior is completely devoid of life. That said, the bones of the place offer amazing possibilities. The price is…well let’s say I almost did a spit take when I saw this yesterday.




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  • Joseph

    I really love the house, it has such a nautical and industrial feel to it.




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  • Daniel

    I find this repulsive. Looks like it was inspired by the communal shower at the YMCA.




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  • Joe

    This is Terry Semel’s beach house of Yahoo! and Warner Bros.




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  • NOVA Ben

    AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAHAHAHAHHAAAAA!!!!

    Oh….they’re serious…




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  • Chris

    I think the price is ridiculous. Its not that special to be honest




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  • lambskin

    Nice beach…the rest is awful-inside and out.




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  • dj1225

    hate to tell you but there is no such thing as the “architectural style.”




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    • NOVA Ben

      Yeah, that’s kind of like saying “this Ford Taurus is an automotive car”.




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      • Mark

        More like the Pontiac Aztec.
        My eyes still hurt…




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