Pierce Brosnan Lists Malibu Beach Home for Sale for $100 Million

A James Bond-worthy Malibu retreat is now on the market, courtesy of former 007 himself. Pierce Brosnan is listing his palatial beach home for sale, with a staggering $100 million price tag attached.

The actor and his wife, journalist and filmmaker Keely Shaye Brosnan, started working on the custom 12,500-square-foot home in 2002, shortly after the debut of Brosnan’s fourth Bond film, Die Another Day. It took a decade to complete the sprawling residence, which is designed in a Southeast Asian-style that’s inspired by the Irish actor’s time in Thailand shooting Tomorrow Never Dies.

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The Malibu getaway, which the Brosnans named Orchid House, sits on 1.18 acres of land right on Broad Beach, with 117 feet of direct oceanfront, per the listing held by Compass broker Chris Cortazzo.

Pierce Brosnan and Keely Shaye Brosnan have relocated to Hawaii. Presley Ann/PMC

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Developer makes offer to buy Jeffrey Epstein house in Palm Beach


Todd Michael Glaser says if deal goes through, he would raze home of late sex offender and develop house there on speculation.

Darrell Hofheinz
 
| Palm Beach Daily News

Developer Todd Michael Glaser has made an offer to buy the Palm Beach home of the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein with plans to raze it and build a house there on speculation, Glaser has told the Palm Beach Daily News.

But any sale is still in the early stages and not yet finalized.

Glaser has put down an initial deposit on the property, but he wouldn’t disclose the amount or how much he has offered to pay for the house. 

The lakefront property at 358 El Brillo Way remains listed for sale at $21.995 million in the local multiple listing service. Listing agent Kerry Warwick and broker John Hackett, both of the Corcoran Group, declined to comment.

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LACKIE: Will second wave of COVID burst Toronto real estate bubble?

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Buyers and sellers alike seemed to share the belief that in the face of an all but guaranteed second wave, the time was now.

All the while, the condo market was showing signs of distress.

In response to widespread job losses, particularly in the hospitality and service sector, university classes moving online, and the short-term rental market being decimated by the abrupt loss of tourism, the rental market was flooded with vacant downtown condos.

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It wouldn’t be long, analysts predicted, until investors, faced with uncertain returns, started dumping their units.

By the time September rolled around and the original mortgage deferral programs ended, the condo market surged with new listings — a 215% increase over the same month last year.

For the first time in a very long time, the term “buyer’s market” was

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Health care real estate firm eyeing metro Denver for corporate headquarters

A multibillion-dollar California real estate investment trust and the U.S. arm of a Japanese aerospace firm are considering locating their headquarters in metro Denver, according to incentive requests approved this week by the Colorado Economic Development Commission.

Healthpeak Properties, a real estate investment trust based in Irvine, Calif., was approved for up to $5.3 million in Job Growth Incentive Tax Credits if it brings 166 net new full-time jobs to the state. The company, which applied under the codename Project Pegasus, expects the primarily executive-level jobs will pay an average annual wage of $425,213 a year.

“It would be the highest projected average annual wage if they move forward with Colorado,” said Jill McGranahan, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade.

One question around Healthpeak’s award is whether it could actually take advantage of those state tax credits. Real  estate investment trusts must pay out

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Speedy WRs help Carr bring back vertical game to Raiders

Derek Carr dropped back and unleashed a deep strike that Nelson Agholor caught for a touchdown. Two drives later, Carr did it again when Henry Ruggs III got behind the Kansas City defence and brought in another pass for a touchdown.

The quarterback who has been criticized for too often settling for checkdowns is finally showing the aggressiveness the Raiders hoped he would after they drafted the speedy Ruggs.

The performance Carr delivered against the defending champion Chiefs might have even made the difficult-to-please late owner Al Davis smile if he could have seen it.

It was also a sign that the Raiders (3-2) might have an offence that can keep up with the more dynamic teams in the league as they head into their bye week seventh in the NFL in scoring at 30.2 points per game.

It’s only fitting the “vertical game” is a big part of the

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Hot Property: ‘Leave It to Beaver’s’ Barbara Billingsley former Malibu home lists for sale

The former Malibu home of actress Barbara Billingsley, known for her role as matriarch June Cleaver on the beloved show “Leave It to Beaver,” is for sale at $8.775 million.

Built in 1948, the cozy beach house is one of just six residences on Surfrider Beach, a half-mile stretch between Malibu Pier and the Malibu Lagoon that has long been revered by surfers.

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Sales of single-family homes recorded in Sonoma County for the week of Sept. 6

Eighty-seven single-family homes sold in Sonoma County during the week of Sept. 6 ranging in price from $285,000 to $7.6 million.

Topping our list of real estate transactions for the week was 720 Shiloh Terrace in Santa Rosa which sold for $7,630,000 on Sept. 8. This seven bedroom, eight bathroom, 8,138-square-foot Mediterranean villa featured a tennis/sport court, a 4,100 indoor pool and a fitness pavilion.

See what homes are selling for near you.

Bodega Bay

20700 Wren Court, $1,500,000

Calistoga

5860 Sharp Road, $1,550,000

Forestville

8656 Mirabel Road, $330,000

8344 Trenton Road, $675,000

Guerneville

16431 Watson Road, $535,000

Healdsburg

220 Fir Circle, $575,000

863 Limerick Lane, $935,000

849 Dry Creek Road, $1,220,000

620 Dry Creek Road, $1,520,000

Monte Rio

22926 Conifer Drive, $599,000

19475 Redwood Drive, $760,000

Petaluma

1713 Clairmont Court, $295,455

143 W. Payran St., $595,000

222 White Oak Circle, $600,000

2036 Clydesdale Way, $685,000

833 Western Ave., $715,000

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Soaring Home Values Reminiscent Of Recovery From Recession: Zillow

The typical home value rose to $259,906 in September, a remarkable growth rate that includes the largest month-over-month increase in 15 years and the largest quarterly growth in seven years.

Home prices continued to rise at a rapid rate, climbing at levels not seen since the recovery from the housing crash and Great Recession, according to a study released Friday by Zillow.

The typical home value rose to $259,906 in September, a remarkable growth rate that includes the largest month-over-month increase in 15 years, the largest quarterly growth seen in seven years and annual growth at the highest rate in nearly two years, according to the study. Even the rate of price acceleration is growing more quickly than at any time in the past six years, according to Zillow Chief Economist Jeff Tucker.

Jeff Tucker | Photo credit: Zillow

“Home values are accelerating more quickly than any time since 2014,

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Dell’s New Tiger Lake-Powered Inspiron 14 2-In-1 Is On Sale For Just $699

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Intel’s 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake family of processors really impressed us in terms of is single-threaded performance gains as well as its general high level performance. It doesn’t matter what the task, content creation, productivity or otherwise, 11th-generation Core processors from Intel could handle it with ease. The only problem, as we saw it, was that the newest tech was only initially available in some higher-end, high-priced systems. Dell has come to the rescue today, however, with its midrange Inspiron 14 5000 series of notebooks and 2-in-1 systems, and we think the price is just right. 

Dell has a pair of Inspiron 14 5000 systems up for sale on the PC maker’s own website. It starts with the flexible and versatile 2-in-1 notebook, all of which come with a 14-inch touch-enabled display, NVMe solid state storage, and 3,200 MHz DDR4 memory in a single-channel configuration. That’s not as big

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Mass. eviction, foreclosure moratorium has expired

Thousands of Massachusetts families are at risk of losing housing amid the coronavirus pandemic as the state’s eviction and foreclosure moratorium has come to an end.That ruling, which expired Saturday, had protected tenants from being kicked out of their homes during the COVID-19 crisis. There were protests across Boston during the past few days calling for an extension of the moratorium.Gov. Charlie Baker and his administration have announced millions of dollars in additional resources for people who are having trouble paying rent.Upon the expiration of the state’s moratorium, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moratorium immediately kicked in. Residents, however, have to meet certain eligibility requirements in order to be protected by the CDC moratorium. This comes as many landlords and banks have been footing the bill, and concerns growing over some people taking advantage of the moratorium.While landlords could begin serving eviction notices as early as Monday, … Read More