Pierce Brosnan Lists James Bond–Inspired Malibu Estate

Now that Pierce Brosnan and his other half, filmmaker Keely Brosnan, have actually relocated to the Hawaiian island of Kauais North Shore, theyre ready to let go of their long time Malibu dream home– to the tune of $100 million. The couples sprawling oceanfront estate, which they resided in for the previous 18 years, took roughly a decade to finish, and was mainly motivated by their journey to Thailand in the late 90s, where Brosnan shot much of 1997s Tomorrow Never Dies.”We fell in love with the architecture,” Keely told the Wall Street Journal, including that “it was a labor of love” to get the ideal shade of green on the houses distinct clay-tile roofing system, which was inspired by Thailands lots of temples. The one-acre compound comprises two adjoining parcels that they purchased in 2000; the couple initially resided in the midcentury-modern home on one of them, however they eventually razed that and designed a brand-new 12,500-square-foot spread with the help of Ralph & & Ross Anderson. Presently, there is a main house and a visitor house boasting an overall of 5 bed rooms, 14 restrooms, and 7 fireplaces, with an impressive 120 feet of private water frontage.The green roofing system is particularly striking.
Photo: Mike Helfrich for Chris Cortazzo of CompassDiscover AD PROThe ultimate resource for style market specialists, brought to you by the editors of Architectural DigestArrowThe fantastic space in the main home is the central center of the resort-like property, with walls of glass sliding doors that open out onto the expansive back deck. Wide-plank teak floorings link the living and dining areas, and lead to a top-notch gourmet kitchen area with customized teak kitchen cabinetry, two stoves, 2 center islands, and quartz crystal counter tops. The least expensive level of the primary home is indicated for amusing, with a screening space with its own bar along with arena seating for up to 20 guests.