Earlier this week, we presented what $100 million can buy you in New York City. Here, we take a peek at what the hefty sum can land you on the West Coast.
Sited on six acres in Malibu, Kurt Rappaport‘s extraordinary estate—located just off the Pacific Coast Highway—was conceptualized by architect Scott Mitchell, whom Rappaport commissioned to begin the project shortly after he purchased the land in 2006.
The hilltop home—which measures in at a whopping 22,000 square feet—comes with the longest private pool in California: a 168-foot-long behemoth, said to resemble the monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The property’s 15,000-square-foot main house—which touts interiors designed by Denise Kuriger—features a spacious living room, a master suite complete with a luxurious bathroom, a separate wing of bedrooms for the real estate mogul’s kids, and a basement with a game room and a home theater, not to mention two guest suites tucked in an adjacent pavilion.
The 43-year-old all-star broker—whose client list is chock-full of Hollywood who’s whos—invested $60 million to build the palatial residence: a savvy move, considering the property is worth nearly double only a year and a half after its completion.
According to Architectural Digest, Rappaport commented, “I compare the making of this house to the filming of Titanic. We didn’t know how long it would take or how much it would cost, but we were certain it was going to be great.”
Tour the entire haute residence here: