He is aiming for gold in a golden state real estate game.
Former Disney Chairman and CEO Michael Eisner, 80, has listed Malibu’s spectacular compound for $ 225 million. According to The Wall Street Journal, if ultra-high net worth buyers wipe out amenity-filled cliff-top spreads at that price, the deal sets a record for the most expensive homes ever sold in California. Will be established. First reported news Of this list.
In addition, its high-value sale is one of the most expensive home deals in the world.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen His wife, Laura Ari Raga Andreessen, set a new California record in late 2021 with the purchase of fashion tycoon for $ 177 million. Serge AzriaMalibu compound. The journal states that the couple have purchased at least two properties in Malibu since their record purchase.
Featuring about five acres of nine buildings, the Mediterranean-style Eisner Estate is packed with real punch. It spans approximately 25,000 square feet and has a total of 16 bedrooms and 28 bathrooms between the main building, guest house and 2 bedroom caretaker cottage.Designed by Robert AM Stern — Architects behind Tony New York City’s address, including 15 Central Park West and 220 Central Park South — The list image shows a beamed ceiling, large windows that open outdoors, and a neutral-tone cabana right next to the beach. Shows a well-ventilated interior. Located on a cliff on a small beach known as Watkins Cove, the cabana is accessible by a cliff-side elevator.
Other perks include a gym, a pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and a tunnel from the pool area to a cinema with a large screen and several rows of luxurious seats.
Eisner and his wife, Jane, first purchased land on a cliff in the 1990s and have since worked on adjacent plots. The journal points out that the current offering spans at least five separate compartments. And the compound itself was gradually built over the decades, and the work was completed in 2020.
Listing Agent Kurt Lapaport Westside Estate Agency He told the journal that a strong asking price was guaranteed. What the Eisner Awards have built is its large and valuable location and access to the beach, which will be difficult to duplicate recently. Rappaport added that Michael Eisner “loves the creative process” and wants to sell because he is looking for the next project.
Eisner, who was with Disney from 1984 to 2005, now leads the investment company Tornante Company, through which he owns the Portsmouth Football Club in the United Kingdom.