Remember that large, chic, modern, but very empty beachside mansion sometimes inhabited by Robert de Niro’s professional thief, Neil McCauley? Well, it’s now up for sale for $21 million USD ($32 million AUD) and it looks far less ominous with furniture inside (go figure).
The four-bedroom property located at 26940 Malibu Cove Colony Drive was built in 1982 by architect, Ron Goldman, and features plenty of bright and airy spaces perfect for soaking up the natural beauty of the Pacific Ocean.
Located in the gated community, Malibu Cove Colony, the property is able to deliver both expansiveness and privacy. That feeling of openness and seclusion is made possible by the building’s playful geometry thanks to the dissolvable walls that allows you to choose the blend of indoors and outdoors.
The master bedroom has a private terrace area overlooking the sea, with a little sitting area decked out with a fireplace and a built-in desk for the ultimate work from home area.
Additional features include the living and dining area equipped with yet another huge balcony, and a chef’s kitchen with professional grade appliances.
Upstairs is connected via a central floating staircase and there you’ll find the four bedrooms.
Recent refurbishments include a solar power system and Tesla chargers. There isn’t a entertainment area and exercise space, but the two-car garage could be converted a gym if need be.