- Take a look inside Pierce Brosnan’s 12,500-square-foot Malibu Estate
- The former James Bond has listed the Malibu residence for a stunning $100 million
- Named “Orchid House,” the property has about 120 feet of ocean front
- Nearby neighbors include Danny DeVito and Dustin Hoffman
Today’s Daily Dream Home is shaken, not stirred… Pierce Brosnan and his wife, Keely Shaye Brosnan, are selling their sweeping Malibu estate for a stunning $100 million.
The creation of this Thai-inspired escape was the direct result of Brosnan’s fourth Bond movie, 2002’s “Die Another Day,” which grossed $431.9 million at the box office — and provided the actor with a big bonus.
After the success of the movie, Pierce told Keely to “‘Go build your dream house,’ ”… “And she did.”
The couple purchased the land in 2000. It took them over 10 years to build the estate, which was inspired by Southeast Asian architecture and design while filming the 1997 Bond movie “Tomorrow Never Dies.”
Called “Orchid House,” the sprawling estate includes five bedrooms and seven fireplaces between the main house and the guest house. The master suite alone spans 4,000 square feet, and comes with two fireplaces, an art studio and a deck that looks out to the ocean.
The lower level of the estate includes a screening room with seats for 20, two bars and climate-controlled wine storage with space for about 200 bottles. Additionally, there’s a music room, a gym and a spa with two soaking tubs.
Sandy lounges and glass-enclosed dining areas fill the Malibu backyard, which centers on a saltwater pool and descends to 117 feet of beach. The two-story guesthouse also serves as a pool house with a bar.
Pierce and Keely are selling the property because they now spend more time in Hawaii, where they have a house on Kauai’s North Shore.
“I love Malibu,” Pierce told the Wall Street Journal. “It has my heart.” But these days, “home is very much here in the islands of Hawaii.”
Chris Cortazzo of Compass has the Malibu listing. Photos courtesy Mike Helfrich.