Comedian Russell Peters is Looking to Sell Malibu Home for $8M

Russell Peters, one of the most famous comedians, has relisted his mansion for just under $8 million, which is approximately $4 million less than what he listed it for in 2016.  Built in 1999, the property was purchased by Peters in 2015 at $4.73 million.  After remodeling and expanding, his two-story Malibu home offers 10,000 square feet of living space with a total of seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

The home’s exterior showcases an extravagant flourish for its port-cochère. The interiors feature a double-height foyer with an inlaid stone tile floor, a dome ceiling, and a contemporary crystal chandelier.

This remodeled ocean view estate effortlessly flow into the dining room that can seat 18 + people.  Its top-notch amenities include a contemporary kitchen with an oversized island and breakfast area that overlooks the ocean, a family room with a marble-topped wet bar, a gym, and a 10-seat home theater with tiered seating. 

The first floor includes a private office and a large guest suite while the second floor features a grand master suite with panoramic coastal views, and a wrap-around terrace.  The world-class master bathroom features a freestanding tub, a sauna, a double-sized shower, amazing ocean views, and phenomenal walk-in closets.  The additional bedrooms are all junior master bedrooms, each with walk-in closets and well-appointed bathrooms. 

On the outside, the house sits on a 1.35-acre lot which offers you a pool, a sun lounge, and a patio living area, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the Malibu ocean views.

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