TV writer and producer Anthony Zuiker has relisted his striking Malibu mansion…for $10 million, this time around.
The “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” creator/producer paid $7.5 million for the Los Angeles-area contemporary about seven years ago. The property’s idyllic hillside locale is an ideal setting for the home’s imposing architectural above the water.
The sprawling home’s concrete facade features a dramatic extended entry, and a great deal of towering concrete. Inside, the five-bedroom home warms up considerably; for ballast against the ponderous concrete and industrial sconces are wide-plank walnut floors that are very warm, as well as stacked stone. A staircase with walnut treads enhances the invitational feel of the shared living spaces.
The gourmet kitchen wows with dark cabinetry, light countertops, an eat-in center island, and stainless steel appliances. The indoor living spaces flow seamlessly outside to the beautiful backyard via pocketing glass, and clerestory windows help bring a feel of liberation to the spaces. The home’s upper level transitions neatly to a rooftop deck with a fire pit.
Outside, a wraparound covered deck offers plenty of cover from the sun, as well as wood grain upper and lower. The property’s exterior spaces also contains a tennis court, a saltwater swimming pool with spa, all on 1.4 acres of lush, tropical land.