Update, June 15, 2018: Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber have finally sold their Malibu mansion for a cool $45 million after just shy of two years on the market, Trulia reports. Despite the exorbitant price tag, the sale was technically a loss for the couple, who purchased the home for $50.5 million back in 2015 and intended to renovate and sell it at a higher price point.
Covering a sprawling 5254 square feet, the four-bedroom, six-bathroom home features floor-to-ceiling glass doors, a large kitchen with a breakfast bar, a massive master suite with a fireplace, sitting area, walk-in closets, and two spa-like bathrooms, plus panoramic views of the Pacific ocean.
Original Story, November 15, 2016: Supermodel icon Cindy Crawford has impeccable taste in fashion, but it turns out the star's talent translates to home décor, too. Crawford recently put her Malibu mansion on the market, giving house hunters a glimpse at the supermodel's flair for decorating.
Featuring warm wood floorboards and white lacquered high ceilings, the four-bedroom house reveals Crawford's refined taste in home décor. Sculptural wood stools line the kitchen island while woven accents carry the natural theme to the bedroom. Each room adheres to a laid-back neutral color scheme, which is only punctuated by the odd Shibori throw pillow in serene ocean blue.
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Crawford and husband Rande Gerber bought the house back in February 2015 before renovating it and listing the property on the market for $60 million, Trulia reports. The 5254-square-foot Malibu home features a standalone tub, gourmet kitchen and breakfast bar, media and entertainment room, beach access, in-ground pool, and fire pit. It's situated on three acres of manicured grounds, granting privacy to Cindy, Rande, and their two children Kaia and Presley. Take a look inside Crawford's stunning $60 million Malibu home to catch a glimpse at the supermodel's enviable décor style.
An all-white color palette makes the kitchen feel even more spacious.
Personal items such as a Peter Lindberg coffee table book adorn the living room.
A luxurious standalone tub makes a statement in the bathroom.
The home adheres to a white and neutral color palette, with warm wood accents.
The master bedroom features a floor-to-ceiling window, allowing natural light to flood the space.