Malibu Marvel: Newly Constructed $95M Mansion Is the Week’s Most Expensive Home

Admit it: You like peeking inside some of the country’s most opulent homes. We certainly do!

From show-stopping designer kitchens to mind-blowing living areas, these extravagant offerings are fun to ogle, whether you are in the market for a luxurious estate or simply dream of living like a Kardashian.

A recently built custom mansion on one of the most desirable coastlines in the country has hit the market in Malibu, CA, for a heart-stopping $95 million, making it this week’s most expensive home on®.

Other pricey properties to hit the market this week include a riverfront mountain retreat in Colorado, a fabulous Florida penthouse with a rooftop terrace and pool, and a replica of the White House on the West Coast.

For a full look at this week’s 10 most expensive homes, scroll on down.

10. 66 Baxter Road, Nantucket, MA

Price: $24,750,000
Island beauty: 
Tucked away on the easternmost side of Nantucket, this oceanfront estate offers sweeping views of the Atlantic.

The 1.5-acre property is located in Siasconset and includes a six-bedroom main home and a three-bedroom guest cottage. The main home is a historic summer residence dating to the early 1900s, and the cottage was constructed in 2004. The main home features modernized interiors and original beadboard, built-in cabinetry, and restored hardwood floors.

The property comes with a tennis court and tennis shed located on two adjacent lots.

Nantucket, MA


9. 5785 Pine Tree Dr, Miami Beach, FL 

Price: $24,900,000
Newly neoclassical:
This brand-new, three-story home built on the waterfront features a stunning, circular glass staircase.

The eight-bedroom, six-bath home is being offered fully furnished. Oversized windows throughout feature extraordinary views, and luxe highlights include a kitchen with touch-sensor cabinetry, a primary suite with a private family room, an elevator, two laundry rooms, an atrium with water features, and a circular, marble driveway.

Out back, there’s a cabana with a kitchen, a heated pool with a sunken seating area, and a concrete dock.

Miami Beach, FL


8. 31401 Mar Vista Ave, Laguna Beach, CA

Price: $24,995,000
Modern mansion:
This five-bedroom residence sits on an unheard-of 12 acres and features unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean.

From the expansive terraces to an entertaining veranda, there are numerous spots to soak up the California sun. Finishes for the 12,730-square-foot interior were chosen by an Architectural Digest Top 100 designer.

The completely automated estate features a spectacular home theater and “a multimillion-dollar fire suppression system,” according to the listing.

Other amenities include an elevator, en suite bedrooms surrounded by walls of windows, resort-inspired bathrooms, and fitness facilities.

Laguna Beach, CA


7. 1150 River Dr, Aspen, CO

Price: $26,000,000
Mountain retreat: 
This seven-bedroom mansion features beautiful views of the Roaring Fork River.

Located in Black Birch Estates, the 8,530-square-foot home sits on a wooded acre. The living area is surrounded by glass to let in an abundance of natural light, and the bright kitchen offers custom cabinets, stainless-steel appliances, and an island with a prep sink. There is even an indoor pool to do some laps.

From the glass-enclosed sunroom to a spacious back patio, there are many spaces to take in the serene views of nature.

Aspen, CO


6. 19575 Collins Ave Ph 43, Sunny Isles Beach, FL

Price: $31,918,000
Posh penthouse:
Atop the Regalia Residences tower sits this spectacular, two-story unit decked out in luxury and security.

The 9,193-square-foot interior features Crestron automation, according to the listing. The great room has enormous windows to capture the ocean views, and the designer kitchen features high-end appliances and a custom wine cellar. Upstairs, the primary suite offers two bathrooms as well as a spa with a steam room and sauna. The private rooftop terrace has a pool and outdoor kitchen.

HOA dues for the penthouse are a staggering $14,500 a month.

Sunny Isles Beach, FL


5. 401 El Cerrito Ave, Hillsborough, CA

Price: $38,900,000
Western White House: 
This mini replica of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is anything but small inside.

About half the footprint of the original in Washington, DC, the West Coast version still spans 24,350 square feet. Designed by architect Julia Morgan, the 11-bedroom estate from 1915 even features an Oval Office. The presidential suite has two bathrooms and two dressing rooms. Historic highlights include ornate mantels, crown molding, wood-paneled walls, built-ins, and fireplaces.

The 3-acre lot comes with separate staff quarters, a fitness room, a wine cellar, and a pool with a pavilion.

Hillsborough, CA


4. 11870 Ellice St, Malibu, CA

Price: $47,800,000
Fishing for compliments:
This contemporary estate comes with an impressive 2,000-gallon indoor aquarium and 20,000-gallon outdoor koi pond.

The oceanfront abode measures 20,000 square feet and was completed in 2022. It features an open floor plan, motorized glass walls, and lush gardens. Designed for entertaining, the luxurious sanctuary features six bedrooms (each with a private terrace), two four-car garages, a professional home theater, and a 95-foot infinity pool.

A no-reserve auction is being held with bids accepted July 25–31.

Malibu, CA


3. 670 Hot Springs Rd, Montecito, CA

Price: $59,900,000
Mediterranean villa:
This 20,000-square-foot property has gone through a 15-year restoration, which was completed in 2017.

The seven-bedroom residence was initially listed in 2021 for $74 million. Featuring 17th-century and 18th-century design, the interiors include French oak parquet floors; Dutch, Italian, and Spanish tiles; and other materials imported from Europe.

Out back, the 10.4-acre lot comes with a covered terrace, a pool, lush gardens, and beautiful walkways lined with orange and lemon trees.

Montecito, CA


2. 10250 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Price: $65,000,000
Paul Williams-designed estate: 
Hidden away on nearly 3 acres, this primo property boasts 14 bedrooms and 25 bathrooms.

The main home was designed in 1939 by architect Paul Williams, whose celebrity clientele included Frank Sinatra and Lucille Ball. The three structures offer a total living space of 30,000 square feet. One of the buildings includes a dedicated spot for entertainment with its theater and game room.

The property includes a massive motor court, a pool house with a Turkish bath, an infinity pool, a tennis court, and a greenhouse.

Los Angeles, CA


1. 24168 Case Ct, Malibu, CA

Price: $95 million
Seaside paradise:
This seven-bedroom mansion “perched on the tip of a 24-acre promontory” was recently constructed by developer Scott Gillen. It offers California living in its grandest form.

The custom kitchen has two refrigerators, two double-wall ovens, and a separate prep area. The primary suite comes with a fireplace, terrazzo flooring, and a private outdoor spa.

The 3-acre lot includes a two-bedroom guesthouse, a 133-foot infinity pool and spa, a motor court, and a three-car garage.

Access to the ultraluxe, 10,272-square-foot home is permitted through a 24/7 guard gate and a gated entry.

Malibu, CA

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