The actress Roma Downey and her husband, the television producer Mark Burnett, have put their beach home in Malibu, CA, up for rent. If you’re in search of a short-term SoCal getaway, this beach retreat is available and ready for move-in.
Pricing is seasonal: The home is $35,000 a month in the winter, or $100,000 per month during the current summer months.
Described as a “Cape Cod gem” in the listing details, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home is within the celeb-filled and gated enclave known as Malibu Colony.
The 3,829-square-foot residence is situated on an exclusive stretch of beach overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Relatively small by celebrity standards, the home packs quite a punch, thanks to its prestigious location.
Best of all for prospective tenants? The home is being offered fully furnished, with “casual, yet elegant shabby chic decor.”
The luxurious owner’s suite faces out to the ocean and provides breathtaking views. The large space offers two roomy sitting areas, an office area, a balcony, and a spacious bathroom.
The home’s other bedrooms include a guest suite on the upper level with skylights and gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean.
Out back is a large patio and a petite swimming pool for soaking up the abundant Southern California sun. There’s also an outdoor dining area and barbecue where you can enjoy meals al fresco.
Malibu Colony is the home of a number of celebrities, including Pamela Anderson, Ed Norton, and the tennis great John McEnroe.
Burnett, 60, is the creator and producer of reality TV hits including “Survivor” and “The Apprentice.” Downey starred for years in the CBS show “Touched by an Angel,” and married Burnett in 2007.
Downey and Burnett are represented by Susan Monus with Coldwell Banker Realty-Malibu West.
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