A stunning Malibu celebrity home has hit the California market this summer, looking for a new owner that wants to get a taste of the lifestyle of the rich and famous.
Located at 3250 Serra Road in the prestigious Malibu Serra Retreat, the 13,926-square-foot home once belonged to famed Cheers and Frasier actor Kelsey Grammer and his former wife Camille, star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The couple were married in 1997 and divorced in 2011.
Boasting 7 bedrooms and 13 total bathrooms, the French-style property offers complete privacy behind 24/7 guarded gates, as well as easy access to all the entertainment, dining and retail destinations in Malibu.
The 7,814-square-foot main residence incorporates a gourmet kitchen designed by Wolfgang Puck, a climate-controlled wine cellar, a wood-panelled library, and a luxurious master suite with a private sitting room, oceanfront balcony and a spa-like bathroom.
The guest suites each feature cozy fireplaces, while a two-story ballroom adorned with an elaborate crystal chandelier sets the stage for celebrity-themed parties and lavish gatherings.
The outdoor space is just as elegant as the interior, featuring a resort-style swimming pool and bathhouse, a barbecue area, two outdoor spas, a lighted tennis court with a viewing terrace, as well as an organic vegetable garden and a fruit orchard.
Outdoor entertainment at 3250 Serra Road also includes a six-stall equestrian facility complete with a riding ring and outbuildings. Further amenities include an on-site security outpost, a Crestron-engineered cinema, staff quarters, an exercise room, and a four-car garage.
The property is being marketed by The Agency’s Sandro Dazzan and Cooper Mount. They will be hosting an open house on Wednesday, September 11th, from 10AM to 12:30PM. Be sure to check it out if you’re interested.
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