Cher Lists Her Huge Malibu Mansion Complete With Panic Room And Climate-Controlled Wig Room For $85 Million… More Than 30 Years After It First Purchased For $2.95 Million
- Cher put her lavish Malibu mansion on the market for a whopping $85 million
- The Believe singer first bought the house in 1989 for $2.95 and tried to sell it in 2009 for $45 million
- The house took nearly five years to build and was inspired by Venice, Italy
- Located on the Pacific Coast Highway, the home includes a tennis court, infinity pool, seven bedrooms, a meditation room, a panic room, and even a temperature-controlled room just for its famous Cher wigs.
The opulent Malibu mansion in Cher can now be yours for $85 million.
The Believe songstress, 76, has put its Venice, Italy-inspired home on the market, decades after it was first purchased for just $2.95 million in 1989, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Located on the Pacific Coast Highway, the home includes a tennis court, infinity pool, seven bedrooms, a meditation room, a panic room, and even a temperature-controlled room for Cher’s famous wig.
Buy now! Cher brought the luxury Malibu complex to market for $85 million, more than 30 years after it first purchased it for just $2.95 million.
Cher bought the property, which boasts priceless views of the Pacific Ocean and took nearly five years to build, in 1989 before trying to sell it in 2009 for $45 million.
From the corridor to the interior, every part of the house is a sight to behold.
Visitors are greeted with a sight of 40 palm trees along the gated house’s driveway.
A Moroccan-style fountain in a courtyard brings a sense of calm and serenity to the property.
Music Icon: The singer who rose to fame as part of Sonny and Cher remains one of the biggest names in entertainment. This photo was taken of her wrapping up the Balmain women’s fashion show at Paris Fashion Week on September 28
Cher’s home has seven bedrooms, including a sentry gate that is also used as a guest house.
The main residence includes a basic suite with a meditation room and two closets, one of which also serves as a panic room.
Even the basic bathroom is breathtaking, designed after a bath with Turkish wooden screens.
The home has everything an A-lister like Cher and more could want, including an indoor and outdoor gym and a theater.
Home sweet home: The huge property has seven bedrooms, indoor and outdoor gym and theater
She even has a climate-controlled wig room that holds nearly 100 hair pieces, claims the 2002 book The Cher Scrapbook.
In an email sent to the Wall Street Journal, Cher recalled the “intimate dinners” and parties she hosted in this magnificent building.
“From every room, there is an ocean view,” she wrote.
Remembering how much she had enjoyed in the pool, she said she hosted “intimate dinners in the family dining room” as well as “larger parties in the patio and pool area.”
Iconic: “Everyone knows that house. It’s at the end of the bluff, so there’s no one on the right side,” listing agent Robert Cass said of the house, which is on the Pacific Coast Highway.
“I attended Rinpoche for a prayer session with a large group of friends,” she wrote.
The list is maintained by Drew Fenton and Robert Cass of Hilton & Highland. “Everyone knows that house. It’s at the end of the con, so there’s no one on the right side,” Cass told WSJ.
An entertainment icon, Cher rose to fame as the half of the highly successful musical acting duo, Sonny & Cher, alongside her now late husband Sonny Bono. It has since sold over 100 million albums and won a Grammy in 2000 for Best Dance Recording.
On top of her musical achievements, she has also achieved success as an actress. In 1988, she won an award Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Moonstruck.
I got you baby! She even has a climate-controlled wig chamber that holds nearly 100 hair pieces, according to the 2002 book The Cher Scrapbook.