Tom Petty’s legacy lists Malibu’s ‘Moose Lodge’ for $9.85 million
Tom Petty and Heartbreakers lead singer and guitarist Tom Petty died in 2017 at the age of 66. The sale is not complete yet, but will be available on Christmas Eve.
The property includes the main house and another guest house that was used as a recording studio on .38 acres with 66 feet of beachfront. Built in 1950 with 3 bedrooms and 2,200 square feet. The listing says it has a “cabin-like feel,” with an antler chandelier in the dining room and plenty of knotty pine and brick.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Petty wrote and recorded many songs, including “Something Good Coming,” in a studio on the coast.
“Tommy loved that the beach house was almost entirely original,” his wife, Dana Petty, told Architectural Digest. “I remember him writing a lot of songs there.”
Petty paid $6.8 million for the location in 2010. He also owned another Malibu estate that was not for sale. It’s been the principal residence for many years in a gated enclave above Pacific Coast He Highway.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers formed in 1976. Also a member of the Traveling Wilburys, he has had a successful solo career as an artist. He has sold over 80 million of his records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time. He and the band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002.
Paradise Cove Estate to be sold to Oscar-nominated Beale heiress film producer for $91 million
The bluff mansion overlooking Paradise Cove will sell for $91 million at the end of 2022, making it one of the most expensive Malibu deals of the year. Just behind his $100 million purchase of another property nearby. The property’s original asking price was $125 million, according to the company. mud.
As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the buyer is Edward “Ted” Hamm Jr., the Oscar-nominated film producer (“Get Out,” “BlacKkKlansman”) and Hamm’s Beer heir. He is also the widow of Hampton socialite Elizabeth Kieselstein Cord Ham, who died in 2021 at the age of 41 from complications from Lyme disease.
The sellers were British video game programmer/director John Burton and his ex-wife Helen Musk, who paid $36.5 million in 2012 for the house built in 1975. The couple spent millions on a major renovation working with local architect Doug Burge.
Perched on 6.7 acres of escarpment, the Spanish Colonial mansion has approximately 340 feet of oceanfront and stunning views. The main house has 6 bedrooms and 9 baths in approximately 17,000 square feet of two-story living space, plus a guest house with two additional bedrooms.
The main building houses ocean-view offices, a cinema, and a gym. The grounds include tennis courts, a 9-hole mini-golf course, an infinity pool, relaxing recreational areas, and paths leading to the beach.
Professional Basketball Player Chandler Parsons Bounds
NBA basketball player Chandler Parsons purchased his Malibu property in 2019 and put it up for sale in early 2022. From 2011 to 2020, Parsons played for the Houston Rockets, Dallas He Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies and Atlanta Hawks in his NBA but suffered injuries. Due to his drunk driving, he was forced to retire.
The property was purchased last month by Steven Favos, founder and co-CEO of Colorado-based Stephen Charles A. Desert Company, for $13.5 million, according to records. The original asking price was $17 million for him.
The 1.4-acre site was built in 1990 and has been extensively remodeled over time. His two-story residence of 5,500 square feet has five bedrooms and a bath. Extras include a glass-enclosed wine cellar, tropical landscaping, fire pit lounge area, saltwater pool and spa, built-in BBQ and pizza oven, tennis court, covered pavilion with kitchenette and bar, and separate guest house with gym is also available. Game room, movie theater and roof deck with ocean views.
Moroccan-style house with ‘Planet of the Apes’ view for sale
The house reportedly has a great view of the beach where Charlton Heston discovered the Statue of Liberty’s head in “Planet of the Apes.” mudIt was the home of Frank Zappa’s widow, Gail Zappa, as well as Harrison Ford’s ex-wife, ‘ET’ screenwriter Melissa Matheson.
The property was purchased by Beverly Hills-based developer Sonny Astani for $9.6 million in 2013. He currently wants $32.5 million for his 1.13-acre land, which features an Islamic-Moorish style home with 84-foot cliffs and access to the beach.
Built in 1973, the two-story mansion has five bedrooms and 3,940 square feet. More unique spaces include a mezzanine library, a tower that has been turned into an office/writer’s room, a playroom “accessed through a secret door”, and a sunken conversation pit with Frank Zappa’s signature snake mosaic on the floor. included.