It’s no secret the late Johnny Carson loved California, and his beloved Malibu beach home is now on the market for $81.5 million.
Mary E. Nichols/TopTenRealEstateDeals.comOne of the two bedrooms inside the late Johnny Carson’s $81.5 million mansion.
The former “Tonight Show” host famously moved the late night series from New York to California in 1972. Soon after, in the mid-1980s, Carson himself made California his home, buying a property overlooking Point Dume Beach, according to Top Ten Real Estate Deals.
Mary E. Nichols/TopTenRealEstateDeals.comThe indoor arboretum inside the late Johnny Carson’s $81.5 million mansion.
Carson lived there until his death in 2005. He was 79.
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The home, which also features a guest house and sits on four acres, was designed by architect Ed Niles.
Mary E. Nichols/TopTenRealEstateDeals.comThe ocean terrace inside the late Johnny Carson’s $81.5 million mansion.
The main two-bedroom home measures at 7,083 square feet. It features an entertaining lounge space that boasts 30-feet-high glass windows along with an indoor arboretum perfect for any nature lover. The home also has an ocean terrace overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Mary E. Nichols/TopTenRealEstateDeals.comThe sundeck, gym and locker room inside the late Johnny Carson’s $81.5 million mansion.
The master suite sits on the home’s upper level and has his-and-hers bathrooms and closets, complete with onyx fixtures.
Mary E. Nichols/TopTenRealEstateDeals.comThe living room inside the late Johnny Carson’s $81.5 million mansion features 30-foot high glass ceilings.
Along with a guest home that has two bedrooms of its own, the mansion features a sun deck, pool, waterfall, koi pond, tennis courts, gym and locker room, along with a wine and tasting room.
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