Built by Edward Niles in 1993, the Herman House sits on nearly seventeen acres with unobstructed white-water views of the Pacific Ocean in Malibu, an affluent, beachfront city in northwestern Los Angeles County, California, United States.
The 5,904 square foot, three bedroom, five bath property includes a sixty-foot pool, a helipad that doubles as a driving range, and parking for twenty-five cars!
The floors are fossilized limestone beneath twenty-two foot tall cathedral ceilings.
Owned by director Graham Henman and fashion stylist Paris Henman of Henman Guitars, this custom glass and steel home is offered at $7.95 million.
Henman House Broker’s description:
“Gated & Private Custom Ed Niles Glass & Steel Malibu Estate on 16.9 acres framed by manicured lawns & mountain top/ocean views. Stainless steel & glass panels wrap around the entire home into the interior with gorgeous fossilized limestone tiles & 22′ cathedral skylight ceilings. The gourmet Kitchen features a black diamond fireplace & limestone view deck with a built-in BBQ/kitchen that connects to the family room.
The bright and private Master suite features surround sound, private patio/lawn with panoramic views and a luxurious bath with an abundance of storage. On the other side of the house are the 2 bedrooms with 200 sq. ft. lofts, an office or study with an en-suite bath & the living room. The estate features custom indoor & out lighting throughout.
The backyard is truly special, with a 60 x 12 foot pool surrounded by a large grassy yard, a pool side office with full bath and brand new sauna, and stairs down to a 50’ helipad composed of a thick grassy lawn that is also the perfect driving range. 25+ car parking, separate guest house, dog run and room to put a tennis court or stables. This property has also been featured in numerous television and motion picture films.”
Photos by: Doyle Terry
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