Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s sons are selling a house in Las Flores Canyon
Brandon Thomas, 25, and Dylan Jagger Lee, 24, just sold a home in Las Flores Canyon for $3 million; which is $1.035 million more than the brothers paid in 2018. TMZ first broke the news. Their parents, actress Pamela Anderson of “Baywatch” fame and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, should be proud. The house is directly to the left of the old Malibu Times building.
According to People, the Malibu property was featured frequently on the MTV reality show “The Hills: New Beginnings”, which starred Brandon and ran for two seasons.
The two-story contemporary, built in 1979, faces Las Flores Park and Creek; and has undergone a complete renovation. It has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, 2,600 square feet, a new kitchen, grassy yard, and outdoor lounging areas.
Longtime former home of Carol Moss, well-known Malibu activist and philanthropist, bought by a billionaire
Carol Moss, well known to many Malibu residents for her activism, philanthropy and kindness, had lived in the same home in “The Colony” from 1965 until her death last year at age 91.
The beachfront home is one of the oldest in Malibu, built in 1928; a fact that has not escaped the billionaire Ron Burkle, 69, who seems to collect historic and unusual properties.
In addition to buying the Moss house for $13.5 million, apparently his first beachfront property, he also owns Bob Hope’s goofy Palm Springs mansion (according to Dirt), saved Bob Hope’s sprawling estate in the Toluca Lake neighborhood from demolition in 2018 and bought Michael Jackson’s famed Neverland Ranch. Burkle also owns huge estates in Beverly Hills and La Jolla, as well as properties in New York and London. He previously owned a famous Frank Lloyd Wright home, the Ennis House in Los Feliz, but sold it in 2019.
Burkle’s primary residence is in Montana, in a 22,000 square foot “castle” on his own private island in Flathead Lake. He made his fortune with leveraged buyouts of supermarket chains like Ralphs.
Def Jam Records co-founder and nine-time Grammy winner Rick Rubin rents Point Dume home
After losing two Malibu homes in the Woolsey fire, record producer Rick Rubin bought a property in Point Dume in 2019. He then transformed the 1965 mid-century ranch style into a gated-style home very minimalist 2,298 square foot on a bluff-top with two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
Rubin also owns several other homes in Los Angeles and recently listed the Point Dume home for $75,000 a month.
His last Grammy win came in 2021, for Best Rock Album, for The Strokes’ album “The New Normal.”
‘The Young and the Restless’ Star Christel Khalil Buys Latigo Canyon Home
A star of the longtime popular daytime drama show “The Young and the Restless,” Christel Khalil, 34, recently purchased property on a ridge above Latigo Canyon for $2.15 million.
Khalil has now starred as Lily Winters in 1,600 episodes of the show over the past 20 years, winning an NAACP Image Award and a Daytime Emmy Award along the way.
The three-story modern Mediterranean villa she just bought is very private, with dense hedges and bougainvillea on a high ridge above Latigo Canyon, according to Dirt. The nearly 2,800 square foot home was built in 1989 and has since been transformed into a designer architecture with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The property is covered in lush landscaping overlooking the canyon and ocean.
Khalil also owns a 1940s cottage with a freestanding guest house in a quiet area of North Hollywood.