A Los Angeles real estate professional has purchased a newly remodeled Malibu home in Broadbeach for $35 million.
Miriam Schaeffer, who owns 11 multimillion-dollar homes from Hidden Hills to Beverly Hills, bought the 4,300-square-foot property at 31048 Broadbeach Road. Dirt.com reported.
The off-market sellers were television producer Oren Koules and his wife, Shereen Arazm Koules.
The Two and a Half Men producer and his wife, a former Top Chef Canada judge, bought the three-acre waterfront estate in 2018 for $7.8 million, according to public records.
The couple then hired Malibu-based Steven Kent Architects to remodel the 1970s building, creating a main house and An independent hotel.
According to Detter, the result is “as magazine-worthy as any neighboring luxury hotel.”
Schaeffer, the ex-wife of OPI nail polish founder George Schaeffer and a former executive with the company, also owns three other Malibu properties, according to Dirt.
The gray-trimmed house has a gabled roof and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the Pacific Ocean, with 40 feet of ocean frontage.
Inside, wide-beamed ceilings hover above blond hardwood floors, and the living room extends into the kitchen with a long island adjacent to the formal dining area.
The oceanfront patio features an in-ground hot tub, and the upstairs master bedroom has a fireplace and glass-walled balcony. The atrium illuminates the floating staircase.
Shereen Arazm Koules planned and executed the interior design.
“A new glass-walled guesthouse, wrapped with horizontal timber louvres, sits above a slab-concrete garage on the street,” According to description by Steven Kent Architects.
Carolwood Estates agent Cooper Mount handled the listing, while Sotheby’s International Realty agent Jacob Dadon represented the buyer. Home.
The Coorses paid $14 million for a smaller home in nearby Broadbeach.Years ago, they had nearly Century-old Mediterranean mansion in Hancock Parkwhich was later sold to Ozzy and Sharon Osborne.
— Dana Bartholomew