Calling all James Bond fanatics and people with cash to burn, or, invest in, Pierce Brosnan’s iconic Malibu beach house is on the market for $100 million USD. Best known for his roles in GoldenEye and Die Another Day, Brosnan had even built the house inspired by the James Bond franchise which boasts 12,500-square-feet.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the tropical residence is currently the eighth most expensive home in the Los Angeles county.
The home was acquired after Brosnan directed wife, filmmaker and journalist Keely Shaye to build a “dream home”. Aptly titled ‘Orchid House’, the huge space draws inspiration from south-east Asia where the 1997 James Bond film, Tomorrow Never Dies was filmed. It reportedly took about 10 years to build, and features include wide-plank teak floors and a tiled roof made of green clay inspired by the temples the Brosnan couple admired in Thailand.
The property is roughly 1 acre while the pacific ocean is a mere 120 feet away. Designed by architects Ralph and Ross Anderson, the house features five bedrooms and seven fireplaces between the main building and guest house. The master suite is a huge 4,000 feet and boasts an art studio and ocean-facing deck.
The lower level of the house includes a screening room with seats for 20, two bars and climate-controlled wine storage with space for 200 bottles. Elsewhere, there’s a music room, a gym and a spa with two soaking tubs. A saltwater pool can be found outside and outdoor areas designed to be glassed in for the ultimate dining experience.
The couple have told the Journal they are selling due to being empty nesting and spend most of their time living in Hawaii.