SOLD | Built 1958 | 4,010 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5 Baths | 1.03 Acres
Sir Anthony Hopkins’ charming Point Dume estate recently sold for $10.5 million, just $1 million off from its original $11.5 million asking price. Originally purchased by Hopkins in 2001 for a conservative $3.8 million, this home has shared the limelight with Anthony. From withstanding the deadly Woolsey fire in 2018 that destroyed the neighbouring residence to surviving the torrential mudslides in 2019, this home has seen its fair share of natural disasters. One of Malibu’s most dramatic locations, the 4,010 square foot estate features 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and is nestled between Zuma Beach and Point Dume.
Inside the home you’ll find a large living area with a white painted stone fireplace. Wood floors and a tiled kitchen open to a glass-enclosed breakfast nook. Hopkins upgraded the original look by adding a clay tile roof and painting the exterior a pale yellow. The home was originally built in 1958 and has had many upgrades and additions including a one bedroom guest house, pool cabana, an outdoor kitchen and barbecuing area, as well as a master suite with sauna. The estate sits in a prime location with stunning views of the Pacific ocean, Catalina Island, and down the coast to Palos Verdes.