Paris Hilton, Carter Reum Buy Oceanfront Malibu Getaway
When pregnancy rumors get too tedious or selecting those 10 wedding dresses for your upcoming nuptials gets too stressful, Paris Hilton can now escape her old Beverly Hills stronghold to Malibu’s more laid-back beach community. Records reveal that America’s favorite hotel heiress turned socialite turned business mogul and his fiancee Carter Reum, a venture capitalist and son of the late mogul Robert Reum, have shell out $ 8.4 million for a waterfront home. on the desirable La Costa Beach.
Hilton, always a crafty entrepreneur, has already filmed a promo video for her new Netflix show “Cooking With Paris” in the kitchen of the Malibu home. But when the cameras are off and she doesn’t feel like making a plate of her famous lasagna, you can be sure that the house is just a five-minute drive from the former celebrity hotspot Nobu Malibu.
Tax records say the roughly 3,000-square-foot home was built in 1955, but the place clearly underwent a major cosmetic makeover sometime in the 1990s. While contemporary, the interiors also feel vintage in a way. which is just now starting to come back into fashion, with salmon-colored travertine and rounded-edge granite kitchen countertops galore. Naturally, there are also huge glass walls and plenty of space on the beachside terrace to soak up those spectacular ocean views.
While the $ 8.4 million price tag may seem like a lot of money, and it is, the seller’s side actually suffered a loss on the property. Records show that the location was last transferred in 2007 for the exact same amount of $ 8.4 million to Tom Pollock, the now-deceased former president of Universal Pictures. With 14 years of maintenance costs and high commissions from real estate agents, the loss on paper certainly ran into the hundreds of thousands.
Chris Cortazzo and Ali Gagerman of Compass made the list; Cortazzo replied to the buyers.
Although perched high on the bustling Pacific Coast Highway, the contemporary blocky home is well fortified from the street behind a navy blue wall. Of course, there are also cameras and a sophisticated security system.
Behind the wall, there is a simply landscaped patio for your maintenance-free peace of mind. According to the list, the patio has “space for yoga” or a “work table.” Squint and the white exterior of the house could almost resemble Mykonos.
Inside, tile floors flow throughout the open living room and adjoining dining room. Banks of stunning glass windows capture whitewater views, while a fireplace warms the occasionally cold interiors. That is hot.
Outside, a concrete terrace has space for a barbecue center, alfresco dining, or a casual break.
Without a doubt, Hilton’s favorite room in the house is the kitchen, which is perfect for her with its vaguely vintage 90s and early 2000s vibe. High-quality stainless steel appliances and plenty of space on the granite countertop they can accommodate any professional chef.
The salmon-colored tile stairs lead upstairs, where the three bedrooms of the house are located. Floors change to wood in the oceanfront master bedroom, which has its own balcony and fireplace. Luxurious and charmingly dated, the master bathroom offers a built-in soaking tub, glass shower, and dual vanities.
Stairs from the deck lead down to the sandy beach of La Costa. The property also includes a comfortable outdoor shower.
Other amenities include an outdoor hot tub and a two-car garage with a “work station,” according to the listing. And if they’re feeling good as neighbors, Hilton and Reum now share a beach with big financial hitters like Candy Spelling, Fashion Nova CEO Richard Saghian and Bosch creator Michael Connelly.
In addition to the couple’s new excavations in Malibu, Hilton continues to own their former primary residence in Los Angeles’ Mulholland Estates gated community, a Mediterranean-style mansion that they acquired in 2007 for approximately $ 5.9 million. He also has a penthouse in one of New York City’s prewar boutique buildings, acquired in 2014 for $ 4.9 million.
This story first appeared on Dirt.com, which includes additional photos.