Inside Bond star Pierce Brosnan’s $100m Malibu home inspired by Tomorrow Never Dies as he sells it to move to Hawaii
JAMES Bond star Pierce Brosnan is selling his luxury beachside Malibu home for a huge $100million.
The Tomorrow Never Dies-inspired mansion will see the 007 actor make a massive profit if it sells anywhere near his asking price.
Pierce, 67, built the plush Orchid House in 2010 after buying two separate plots of land for just under $7.5million back in 2000.
The innovative eco-friendly nine-bedroom house creates so much energy that it can power the main building, the outdoor pool and the two-storey guest house with enough left over to donate to the local grid.
The environment-conscious star was hands on in the design of the home and ensured it was self-sustaining by installing solar panels, energy-saving lights and a low-flow water system to reduce wastage.
Its Thai-style design features lots of wooden beams, clean lines and a tropical pool, and is influenced by Pierce’s 1997 Bond film, part of which was filmed in southeast Asia.
He previously said of the buildings there: “We fell in love with the architecture.”
The Mrs Doubtfire star and his wife Keely, 56, have already moved out and are living in Hawaii where they were pictured on the beach earlier this year.
Their former beach house is the perfect place for a new owner to entertain guests on its spacious patio and decked areas overlooking the ocean.
They can also be used as serene backdrops for relaxing yoga and meditation sessions too.
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The property, which boasts high-end furnishings, is listed with realtor Christopher Cortazzo who calls it a “once in a lifetime” buy.
Its 4,000 square feet boasts plenty of neat features including a 20-person movie theatre, a gym, spa, art studio, two bars and a temperature-controlled wine unit.
The area is popular with megastars with the likes of Dustin Hoffman and Steven Spielberg as neighbours.