Tom Petty‘s beach house in Malibu has sold for above asking price, and pictures show a luxury home that offers stunning views of the ocean.
Petty’s 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom beach house in Malibu originally went on the market for $9.85 million, and according to online property sites, it sold for $10.25 million in a deal that closed on Feb. 28.
The listing for the lavish beach house called it a “masterpiece in wood, brick and stone,” touting its “appeal, abundant views and cabin-like ambiance.”
The late rocker’s former beach house centers around a great room that comprises the living room and kitchen, separated by an oversized fireplace with a floor-to-ceiling brick chimney. The house features high ceilings, paneling and wood plank floors. A glass wall at the rear of the residence leads to a deck that runs the entire width of the house and offers sweeping ocean views, providing seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor living with steps directly down to the beach.
The property also features a private brick porch and a separate guest house/recording studio, and it offers 66 feet of beach frontage, as well as security and solar systems.
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Aldean paid $4.1 million for the new 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom, 4,452-square-foot beach house. The spectacular property affords the singer and his family the opportunity to walk out their back door and down a bridge to their own private beach, and the exterior of the villa features a courtyard with iron gates that includes gas lanterns, a swimming pool and a fountain.
The home’s interior includes a downstairs with an open floorplan and oversized windows, chiseled stone floors, a gourmet kitchen, a bedroom and study and a fireplace, with coffered ceilings throughout. The upstairs of the home includes two separate master bedrooms that both overlook the Gulf, as well as two more bedrooms that each have their own attached bathrooms.
The stunning home is also set for whatever weather might blow in from the Gulf. Built in 2005, the house features all-impact windows and doors, as well as Geo-Thermal heating and cooling, cellulose insulation, foam ceiling and floor insulation and more.