Emilio Estevez, ‘Brat Pack’ Actor and Son of Martin Sheen, Sells Malibu Estate for $6.35M

Emilio Estevez, ‘Brat Pack’ Actor and Son of Martin Sheen, Sells Malibu Estate for $6.35M

Published: December 20, 2016 | By: American Luxury Staff

Emilio Estevez, actor turned writer-director, and legendary member of the 80’s Hollywood posse The Brat Pack, has quietly sold his European-style country estate in Malibu.

The home, designed in the California-Med farmhouse style, is a four bedroom, five bath affair with 3,731 square feet of living space and artisanal flourishes. It rests on a spit of land of roughly an acre in the Pont Dume neighborhood, and features its own small vineyard, which, at one time, provided the fruit for Casa Dumetz, the label created by Estevez and his partner, actress Sonya Magdevski.

Constructed in 2008, the post-and-beam house features a great deal of hand-painted and stenciled accents, limestone fireplaces, and arched thresholds for an open feel. An outdoor fire pit, and the kitchen island, are hand-tiled. A wine-room enclave is dressed fully in Tuscan earth tones, glazed terra cotta and leather, and features an arts-and-crafts stained glass lantern. Exterior lighting is subdued and atmospheric lantern-style. The home clearly was a work-in-progress for the couple, and the result is comfortable, unassuming, and expressive.

The farmhouse, located on one end of the acreage, flows directly into a series of raised garden beds, and then the vineyard, a lovely progression for a Malibu celebrity home. There are fruit trees, also, and of course the regulation pool area, in this case edging a tasteful brick patio. In 2013 the property was listed at $7.8 million, so it sold for about 20% under initial list.

Emilio Estevez, son of actor Martin Sheen, began his film career working with Coppola in the 1980’s teen drama ‘The Outsiders,’ but hit his stride as punker Otto in Alex Cox’s cult classic ‘Repo Man,’ in which he acted across from Harry Dean Stanton. Most notably in recent years, he wrote and directed 2006’s ‘Bobby’; the film, about the assassination of Robert Kennedy in 1968, became a more generally elegiac paean to a period when politics and irony were not assumed to be perennially spliced.

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