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One look at Cindy Crawford’s Instagram and you’ll be swept away into a beautiful world of jet setting and lazy beach days. Well, you can now have a slice of that world as it was just revealed the supermodel and her businessman husband Rande Gerber are selling their oceanfront Malibu home.
For a cool $7.495 million—four times more than they paid for it—you can own a Spanish-style mansion perched right on the edge of the Pacific Ocean providing panoramic views from nearly every room. But, in addition to the incredible views, the 2,413-square-foot four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home also boasts stunning interiors.
After driving along a gated lane between Lechuza Beach and El Matador State Beach, you’ll enter the home via a terra-cotta-tiled porch. Once inside, you immediately get views of crashing waves through the wall of sliding glass doors that line the open-plan living space. A living room, dining room, and kitchen all flow into each other with a glass-railed deck jutting out into the sand.
Details like a white, slightly pitched ceiling with exposed beams add to the light and airy feeling of the space. The dark hardwood floors enhance the already natural, beach-inspired vibe. Or, as the listing describes it, a “Zen-like beach home.” And that’s just the main level.
Upstairs, you’ll find a master suite with those same stunning ocean views, a private balcony, and fireplace. The bathroom has a jetted soaking tub and skylight, helping you to feel one with the natural surroundings. Two guest bedrooms are also on the second level with one facing the ocean and the other a green cliffside. An additional fourth bedroom is possible if you want to convert the first-level office that comes with a private interior courtyard.
Though Crawford and Gerber traded this pad for another up the road, their comfortable, clean style can be found throughout. “I’m about comfort and the way things feel,” she previously told Architectural Digest. “My husband, he would sacrifice functionality for the look, and I wouldn’t.”
This sale marks the latest real estate move the power couple is making. They also own a midcentury-modern pad in Beverly Hills that they bought for $11.6 million and restored, and they reportedly raked in $45 million on the sale of another six-acre Malibu estate. It was also reported they purchased a La Quinta, California abode for $5.4 million, though it was listed for millions more.