Seems as though Camille Grammer’s Malibu fortunes have dramatically improved. Several years after her other Malibu house burned down—a victim of California’s devastating Woolsey Fire—the former OG cast member of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, who still frequently pops upon the show, has sold a different Malibu house for $9.4 million. That’s significantly more than the $6.6 million she paid for the place about seven years ago.
Unfortunately, since the deal closed off-market and the house was never publicly offered for sale, photos and details are scant. But dated rental listings and tax records paint a semi-complete picture of the quintessentially SoCal oceanfront residence, which Grammer quickly renovated following her purchase.
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Now partly clad in reclaimed wood planks that provide the three-story contemporary with a beachy, organic edge, the house is entered through a sunken courtyard garden and configured with three roomy bedrooms and three contemporary bathrooms in just over 1,600 square feet.
Stretching the full width of the house, the combination living/dining room flows easily out through not-quite floor-to-ceiling glass sliders to a huge deck with ship-like ocean and sunset views. A peninsula snack bar divides the dining area from the essentially brand new and fairly utilitarian kitchen that sports Shaker-style cabinets painted a milky and demure white, stone countertops and commercial-grade stainless steel appliances.
The top floor is devoted entirely to a spacious master suite that offers a fireplace topped by a flatscreen TV, a glass-walled reading nook, a small terrace with impressive coastline views and a marble-floored bathroom with a skylight topped shower. A small, adjoining bonus room could be utilized as a private office, a nursery or a yoga studio. As for the home’s two guest bedrooms, one of them opens to the entry courtyard and the other, on the partially subterranean lowest level, spills out to a partially covered dining and lounging deck with a hot tub, outdoor shower and direct access to the beach.
Records reveal the spendy new owners of Grammer’s oceanfront getaway are married couple Robert and Jennifer Lopata, he an executive at property management firm LPBM and she the Beverly Hills-bred founder of an educational consultancy firm. As for Grammer herself, she and second husband David C. Meyer still own and reside at their longtime main residence in L.A.’s prestigious Brentwood Park community.
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