Actor Jason Statham Listed his Malibu Mansion for $20M

Jason Statham and his wife, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, are letting go of their paradise home in Malibu, California. The famous couple decided to sell their property for an asking price of $20M.

Let’s take a look at the relaxing yet glamours rooms of this luxury property currently for sell.

As a matter of fact, the action actor has own this property way before he started dating the former Victoria Secret model.

The 3,909-square-foot home is a modern luxurious work of art. The 4 bedroom and 4 bathroom is nicknamed “The Black House,” since the cedar-shingled exterior is painted jet-black. Highlights include a wind-protected courtyard, a custom-made spa, and a cozy fireplace located in the living room that is built to spend lovely quality time with your family. 

The beautiful home has an open layout, a relaxing living room among other entertaining spaces like a cozy TV-lounge. The dining area has a a vintage Danish-modern dining set under a vaulted ceiling.

The kitchen has imported dark-grey oak cabinets, swank designer appliances, stainless-steel countertops, among other elegant perks, the kitchen’s informal dining room opens through several sets of imported doors. The costume made spa is one of the must comfortable entertaining features of the family home. In the second floor you can find the impressive master bedroom that allows the presence of morning glare in the room, and plenty of breathtaking views.


Some of the past and current residents of the neighborhood include Robert Redford, Larry Hagman, Burgess Meredith, Tom Hanks, Jim Carrey, Gordon Sumner. To learn more about the A-list beach house click here.

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