American media personality Paris Hilton and her fiancé Carter Reum have purchased a $8.4 million home where the celebrity couple intend to settle down and start a family in the gorgeous seaside city of Malibu, California.
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Paris Hilton, the 2000s “it girl,” is now back in the limelight with her new Netflix reality show “Cooking with Paris.” The 40-year-old great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels, is offering a glimpse into her glamorized version of domesticity with cooking sessions alongside celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Demi Lovato. In the first episode of her series, Hilton expressed her desire to start a family soon after her upcoming wedding. Since 2019, Hilton has been romantically involved with author and entrepreneur Carter Reum. The pair got engaged in February with a custom emerald-cut engagement ring. Following an extravagant 10-outfit wedding ceremony, Hilton states, “I feel like I’ve been living like a 21-year-old for my entire life, and now I’m ready to move on.”
Evolving from her self-invented “Barbie airhead” persona, Hilton is prepared to settle down and lead a more simple lifestyle. The socialite and her new fiancé recently purchased an intended permanent residence together. Their newfound abode is a Malibu mansion in California previously owned by the late Universal Pictures former chairman Tom Pollock. The seaside property was sold for $8.4 million and Chris Cortazzo of Compass represented both the buyer and the seller in this deal.
Built in 1955, Hilton’s newly acquired abode boasts three bedrooms and three baths. The interior features an open floor plan for an expansive and airy atmosphere. On the first floor, the layout highlights a spacious living room, media room, and dining room with fireplace. The contemporary kitchen where she has filmed “Cooking with Paris” is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, granite countertops, and sweeping ocean views. Decorative elements of the home comprise of stone tile floors and floor-to-ceiling windows spanning 3,000-square-feet for plentiful sunlight.
Upstairs, the primary suite includes wood floors, a cozy fireplace, a spa-like stone tiled bath, and two oceanfront balconies with a jacuzzi and lounge areas. The wraparound deck lined with barbecues and outdoor dining space offer a staircase that descends directly onto La Costa beach. Other luxe amenities of the Malibu home consist of a two-car garage, an outdoor shower, a walled garden, and sunrise-to-sunset oceanic scenery.