Sean Penn Selling Luxurious Malibu Mansion For $6.55 Million

Sean Penn is looking to make a nice little profit on the Malibu home that he bought in 2009 after it was revealed that he’s put the mansion up for sale for $6.55 million.

The two-time Academy winning actor, who picked up Best Actor gongs for his performances in Mystic River and Milk, originally purchased the mansion for $3.8 million just six years ago.

You can check out a selection of images of the impressive abode below. And if you have a spare $6.55 million spare you could even make it your own too.

According to Page Six, Penn’s home, which was originally built in 1960, features an open kitchen, a dining room, five bedrooms, family room, and a living room that looks out and has immediate access to the grass yard and pool. It’s 1.4 acre in size, and its garage can house approximately 10 cars.

But Penn’s mansion’s main selling point is the fact that it has immediate access to the mostly private Riviera III beach.

However not everyone is overly impressed with Penn’s abode, and Variety have even chastised its decor and artwork. The publication labelled the inside as “shockingly uninspired and mildly depressing middle-aged bachelor furnishings.”


They also added that it features a print of Che Guevara, the Argentinian revolutionary who has inspired hundred of thousands of posters across dorm rooms across the world. Meanwhile Realtor have described it as a “beach shack chic,” while they noted that its open kitchen has an “exposed-beam ceiling.

It’s also been reported that the house is a short walk to the Point Dume bluff, which is an area that is surrounded by cliffs and sand and has been featured in the likes of Planet Of The Apes and Iron Man.


Sean Penn used to share the home with his ex-wife Robin Wright, whom he divorced in 2010. It now looks as though The Gunman actor is looking to sign off that chapter of his life by purchasing a new house that he will then share with his current beau, Charlize Theron. There have even been rumors that the duo are going to marry later this summer in her hometown of Johannesburg, South Africa.

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