Drop a glimpse at this mesmerizing mansion on a private beach. Charlize Theron's Malibu home is elegant and luxurious with a minimalist vibe. Indulge yourself into an overwhelming tour in this inspiring location.
Celebrities often find refuge in modest and isolated spots. This
time we have the privilege to sneak into the lovely mansion of one
of the most popular actresses of our times, Charlize Theron. The
beautiful actress decided to purchase this house on a private beach
of La Costa in the mesmerizing Malibu.
This magical location is one of the favorite travel destinations of celebs who are fond of taking a walk in the sand and having a romantic experience with their partner. The house has 3 bedrooms and no less than 3.5 bathrooms. It is undoubtedly the perfect house for those who come to relax together with their family and would like to take full advantage of the 2,095 sq/Ft size of the celebrity house.
Malibu is one of the dream refuges for everyone who would like
to spend some precious time relaxing. Charlize along with her
former partner Stuart Townsend enjoyed the atmosphere of this
fabulous mansion and decided to decorate it to suit their
preferences. The versatile furnishing teamed up with minimalist
refinement give the real value of the house.
The living room is perked up with nautical shades and sophisticated furniture pieces. The landscape is extremely sight-pleasing offering dwellers the chance to watch the waves. The actress used a multitude of staples to inject some versatility and a Mediterranean, still modern vibe into her house. As one of the oldest houses on La Costa beach, the mansion definitely proves to be one of the most valued estates in Malibu.
Apparently, Charlize Theron is a real fan of the utilitarian interior design trend. The built in bed is one of the most prominent proofs of how she managed to play with space. Comfort is the idea these rooms radiate without too much fuss or flamboyant decoration ideas. In order to achieve a harmonious impression it is enough to play with pillows, carpets and other easy-to-handle décor pieces.
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