David Saperstein lists Malibu home for $115 million
March 24, 2020 - Malibu
Broadcasting billionaire David Saperstein has put his Malibu mansion on the market for $115 million, which would make it the fourth most expensive house ever sold in California.
The founder of Metro Networks put his impressive Malibu home on the market, making it one of a handful of properties in LA county asking for nine figures.
If bought for the asking price, the property would earn its place as the fourth most expensive ever sold in the state.
The current record goes to Bel-Air’s Beverly Hillbillies mansion, which Lachlan Murdoch bought last year for $150 million.
David Saperstein's modern compound sits along 2.6 acres of coastline, overlooking the ocean near Paradise Cove.
The mansion is a 12-bed, 14-bath property with over 10,000 square feet to play with.
It’s shaped like a wedge, with the broad side serving as the entry and the pointed side facing out toward the water.
A wraparound balcony takes advantage of the scenic setting.
Almost every common space enjoys sweeping ocean views, including a limestone-clad great room and chef’s kitchen with steel cabinetry. Upstairs, the master suite includes a copper tub and a two-room closet with a bar.
For amenities, there’s a 20-seat movie theater, 40-camera security system and a spacious gym with three screens.
Out back, patios and vistas overlook a swimming pool and spa that mirror the shape of the home. The landscaped grounds tack on a tennis court and eight-car garage.
Included in the staggering sum of $115 million is a private beach along the California coastline.
According to the realtor, living at the home is complete with 'soulful sunrise to sunset views' from the infinity pool and says living there is like 'living on a cruise ship'.
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