Actor and model Pamela Anderson is selling her super-modern Malibu home for $14.9 million.
The privately-gated property has a rooftop deck with a fireplace, a sauna, and a separate guest house.
It also looks out onto a private lagoon and has access to a private beach.
The property is owned by Anderson and her bodyguard who she married in December. Anderson is selling the property to move to a house on Vancouver Island, Canada, that she bought around three decades ago and plans to renovate.
This doesn’t mean that the rich are fleeing Malibu, however. “The Malibu market has become the destination of choice for high net worth and ultra-high net worth individuals from across the nation,” Tomer Fridman, who is listing the property for The Fridman Group, said.
“Malibu Colony, in particular, is one of Los Angeles’s most important enclaves dating back to Hollywood’s heyday of ’20s glamour,” he added.
The home, known as Il Pelicano, boasts a secluded location on the beach that sets it apart from the nearby homes above on the cliff, Shawn Elliott of Nest Seekers International, who co-brokered the sale with Douglas Elliman, told Business Insider. (Shirley Sherman of Douglas Elliman, who also held the listing, declined to comment.)
“This is really the epitome of luxury,” Elliott said of the home. “You can be in anywhere in this house. You can be in the South of France, the Cote d’Azur, and you wouldn’t know it. This house is just a piece of heaven. I think that’s why it went for full price.”
Richison, who’s worth $3.6 billion according to Forbes, bought the property from Radical Skincare CEO Liz Edlich and attorney Dale Kinsella, who paid $2 million for the property in 2000 and spent 12 years building the beach house, according to Dirt.
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Chad Richison, the CEO of Paycom, paid $26.5 million for his new beachfront mansion in Malibu, as Dirt first reported.
Earlier this month, the CEO told Forbes that he had signed the Giving Pledge, the campaign for wealthy individuals to donate half their wealth to charity that was started by two of the world’s richest men, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.
A spokesperson for Richison’s company did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment for this story.
The previous owners, Radical Skincare CEO Liz Edlich and attorney Dale Kinsella, paid $2 million for the property in 2000 and spent 12 years building the beach house, according to Dirt.
“To their credit, this couldn’t have been an easy build and I’m sure it cost them millions of dollars to build it,” Elliott told Business Insider. “… I think it was probably very difficult to part with it, but I think they moved on.”
Edlich and Kinsella did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.
The Il Pelicano house sits close to the water, secluded from the neighboring homes up on the cliff.
Neighbors include Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, Lady Gaga, and Michael Milken, the former financier and “junk bond king” who President Trump pardoned earlier this year, Elliott told Business Insider.
The 3,800-square-foot home sits on a little over half an acre.
A significant portion of the two-story home’s square footage is made up of outdoor space.
The master bedroom features a fireplace and a private wraparound terrace.