Longtime Malibu Home of Debbie Reynolds Asks $18 Million
July 09, 2018 - Malibu
A Malibu, Calif., home built in the 1960s by the late actress Debbie Reynolds - and subsequently owned by the late Hollywood director Garry Marshall - is listing for $18 million.
The property is currently owned by Barbara Marshall, the wife of Mr. Marshall, who directed popular movies like “Pretty Woman” and created sitcoms like “Happy Days” and “The Odd Couple.”
In 1981, Mr. Marshall bought the property from Ms. Reynolds, who starred in the first film he produced, the 1968 movie “How Sweet It Is!,” Ms. Marshall said.
Located on Carbon Beach, where homeowners include billionaire Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, the home is approximately 3,192 square feet with five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
It has an oceanfront pool. The home includes some of Ms. Reynolds’s design flourishes, including Spanish tiles depicting fruits and vegetables that she brought home from vacations.
While the house hasn’t changed dramatically, it has been rewired and reroofed in the years since Ms. Reynolds owned it.
Tony Mark and Russell Grether of the Mark & Grether Group at Compass have the listing.
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