Henry Mancini’s Malibu beach house put up for sale at $11.6 million

KUALA LUMPUR (September 14): Composer Henry Mancini’s mid-century beach house in Malibu, California, United States, has gone up for sale for $11.6 million (RM52.5 million) , according to a press release published on Tuesday, September 13. Mancini, who died in 1994, bought the property for US$147,500 in 1972.

The two-story, four-bedroom, three-bathroom beach house has a built-up area of ​​2,212 square feet and is located on Malibu’s La Costa Beach. The home offers ocean views from Point Dume to Queen’s Necklace, according to the statement.

The oceanfront living room features a marble fireplace and sliding glass doors that open to a deck and private beach access. The master bedroom has its own terrace, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and an en-suite bathroom with marble shower and bathtub. Another bedroom on the second floor also offers ocean views and a terrace.

In addition, the kitchen, which is connected to the dining room, is equipped with stainless steel appliances, Viking double ovens and a breakfast bar. The home also has a two-car garage and driveway space for two additional cars.

Nearby shopping and dining options include the remarkable oceanfront Duke’s Restaurant, which is 400 yards from the house, Iron Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Nobu Malibu, and the Malibu Country Mart.

Located along the coast just north of Los Angeles, Malibu is a coastal city known for its beaches and luxury beachfront homes.

Often cited as one of the greatest composers in film history, Henry Mancini won four Oscars and 20 Grammy Awards and was famous for River of the Moon and Pink Panther theme.

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