Mel Gibson’s Lavender Hill Farm in Malibu costs $14,500,000. Back in the 1980s and 90s, Mel Gibson earned his networth for making movies like Braveheart, Ransom, Payback and, of course, the Lethal Weapon franchise.
In 1985 he was named People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive and he landed on the publication’s high-sterically schmaltzy 50 Most Beautiful People in the World list in 1990, 1991 and 1996.
Mel Gibson purchased the Malibu Home Serra Retreat in January of 1993. This home ios recently renovated with Spanish hacienda style, and sits on 2.57 flat acres and measures 5,403 square feet with 6 bedrooms and 6 poopers including a privately situated second floor master suite with a separate sitting room warmed by a kiva style fireplace, two walk-in closets, and a private pooper with a yellow, black and white tiled floor, a couple of built in corner cabinets, and twin pedestal sinks above which is a mirror that’s far to small for the space.
The formal living and dining rooms that have tiled floors and heavy. The main house includes a large kitchen that is open to the breakfast room and family room, a small library lined with built in book-shelves, a media/music room, office, exercise room and sun room. There are three fireplaces–in the living room, library and master bedroom–for taking the edge of the nippy coastal air.
The home also includes staff quarters, 3 guest houses, 2 offices, a detached gym, and a rustic, open air garden cabana/entertainment pavilion with horizontally installed paneled walls, high ceiling, fireplace and built in barbecue center.
The park-like, celebrity style grounds include vast expanses of green lawn, mature shade trees, fruit orchards, organic gardens, a large swimming pool and spa with and adjacent pavilion, shaded terraces, a lighted north/south tennis court and a human size chess board.