Sure, their marriage has fallen apart, they've been embroiled in custody battles, and one of them has actually wed and had a baby with someone else, but the good news for Kelsey and Camille Grammer is that they're set to make a pretty penny if they can sell their mega Malibu estate. According to Zillow, the couple bought the luxurious pad for $4.5 million back in 1998, well before the market skyrocketed and then crashed in more recent years. The divorced duo recently listed the property for $17.5 million.
The 4.75-acre property includes a tennis court, pool, "Monet lily pond" (does that sound like something for rich people or what?), and a barn. The main house — which is listed on the MLS as totaling 6,645 square feet, though Camille, a "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member, has told TMZ it actually totals between 8,000 and 9,000 square feet — features a gourmet kitchen designed by Wolfgang Puck, a library, living room, great room, master suite with views of the Pacific, and a home theater with its own kitchen and bathroom.
Whoever the next buyer is will most likely be hosting plenty of out-of-towners since the detached guest house is pretty impressive on its own, boasting multiple bedrooms, a kitchen, patio, and rooftop deck.
Kelsey and Camille, who separated in 2010, are no strangers to the real estate game and, according to Zillow, also own two Hawaii properties, multiple apartments in Manhattan, and a historic farmhouse in upstate New York. They've also been trying to sell their Beverly Hills mansion and ski house in Beaver Creek, Colorado (at list prices of $7.9 million and $16.995 million respectively).
The Grammers married in 1997 (in Malibu, ironically) and have two kids together … the only things that will be connecting them once all of these houses are sold.
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