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    Grrrowler

    I quite like the house inside and out, but $75 million is a ridiculous sum. For a beach house I would prefer something less stiff and formal, but because it’s on a bluff instead of on the beach itself, it works.

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    Ewan

    Great post Kenny! I know many people have been waiting for a closer look at this grand estate.

    A bit over priced. But oh well, it is Howard Marks for you.

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    GTC

    Very dissapointed. If this is how billionaires live then I must change my view of how a billionaire house must be like…Plus for this Very Modest looking property – $75M is an exagerate lot of money! But – I guess is Malibu and there everything is crazy and exagerate.

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      jason

      Are you Russian or Middle Eastern? This is a very tasteful & elegant home. It’s a Malibu beach house- it should be casual.

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        James

        What a well formulated argument Jason. Are you racist or just ignorant?

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    jason

    This is a great house. Super expensive, but it`s California. I like the proportions, but have some issue with the super pared down details. It`s almost post-modern. The interior spacesare great, but if anyone has seen the floorplans in the F &S monograph- it has some quirks. Probably from having to re-work an existing plan.

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    Sam

    Theres something about the facade thats really appealing but theres not much attention to detail. I expected this kind of laid back informal interior, it works well but I did not expect the eight figure price tag, genuinely would guess this at $5’000’000 tops especially when half the grounds still look under construction

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    Daniel

    Yikes. It’s nice but not $75 million nice. Honestly I’d rather have 2 or 3 VERY nice homes across the country than this one estate.

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    mak

    I love the intersection of the formal and the casual in this place; the buttoned up, and the turned down. I could see living here. Beautiful beautiful home.

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    Gene

    I bet Larry Ellison will scoop it up … Just for the hell of it …

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    Venom

    The house is not that great in my opinion, nice but not great. Something my parents or grandparents might like but not myself. The property itself though is fantastic. I still think the price was way too much.

    My favorite Malibu home is easily Courteney Cox’s house. Gorgeous. If I had that kind of money I would go to her front door and make her an offer.

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    Chicago

    $75 million for stucco and precast concrete?

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    Chris

    Its a gorgeous house, not my cup of tea, but quite nice. Not worth $75 million though.

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    c

    What you all seem to be missing is that while it is a big “nice” house— the value here is in having pretty much the largest sole parcel in Malibu. The house is a $10-15m house ( being generous )… the rest of the value is the like 10 acres it sits on.

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    Grrrowler

    The Real Estalker is reporting that the buyer is James Jannard, founder of Oakley. There’s also mention of HOTR in the article. :-)

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    andi

    Fantastic house. I see no problem with the price. They aren’t making beach front land anymore as far as I know so a couple acres on the sand in malibu is not going to come cheap people. Love the house, the grounds, the pool, the tennis court. LOVE IT. Seems like a deal to me.

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    Mai

    My dream house.

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