Cher Chops $10 Million off Her Malibu Estate, Now Asking $75 Million
The Italian Renaissance-style property overlooks the Pacific Ocean
Fang Block | Mansion Global
Cher has relisted her Italian Renaissance-style estate in Malibu for $75 million, a $10 million, or 12% decrease from her ask of $85 million last October.
Sitting on 1.7 acres of land overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the house has 13,126 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, according to last week’s listing with Drew Fenton and Robert Kass of Hilton & Hyland.
The duo previously listed the property for $85 million in October.
Cher bought the underlying property for $2.95 million in 1989, records show, and had the Italian Renaissance-style villa built in 1999. It features limestone and marble imported from Italy and France, hand-wrought bronze doors, and custom hardware and tiles from Spain and Morocco, according to the listing.
The estate also has a tennis court and a gate house at the entrance, the listing said.
When the home hit the market last year, the singer and actress told The Wall Street Journal that she had entertained often in the home, hosting “intimate dinners in the family dining room” and larger “tented parties in the courtyard and pool area.”
Nicknamed the “Goddess of Pop,” Cher, 76, has owned her fair share of prime Los Angeles-area real estate. In the 1980s, she lived in a Moroccan-themed mansion in the Beverly Hills Post Office neighborhood that sold a few years ago for $16 million. She also sold a much humbler Tudor-style house in Beverly Crest in 2018 for $2.5 million. She also lived previously at the historic Owlwood Estate in Holmby Hills, which sold for $88 million in 2021.
Cher, as well as the listing agents, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.